The Sylvan Lake Sailing Club (SLSC) is a volunteer organization for sailors in and around Central Alberta. We sail on Sylvan Lake and operate out of our home base of Marina Bay; where the club has access to 30 slips for members on an annual basis. We gather for races, sailing instruction and to socialize - all while enjoying the comradery of racing and the wonderful sport of sailing.
This website is designed as a resource for anyone interested in what our club has to offer. It is filled with applications, instructions, race results and general information.
Current Club Members: Please take a few minutes to peruse the website to see recent updates and all that it has to offer.
The fall AGM has been scheduled for
Saturday, October 19th from 2-4 pm
at the Sylvan Lake Legion
4916 50 Ave, Sylvan Lake, AB
Can you believe the 2019 sailing season is almost upon us? As I write this, I reflect on many moments in my life that sailing has given to me. Whether it be as a young child or currently as a member of the SLSC sailing has always been a highly sociable, enjoyable and challenging activity that I always look forward to.
For me, the Sylvan Lake Sailing Club really embodies those elements of socializing and enjoyment along with many personal and team challenges. These opportunities come together to create enriching experiences, new skills and long-lasting relationships.
Over the winter months your Executive has been working to ensure the club and its infrastructure are up to the task of of programing great social events and an exciting racing program. Also, don’t forget about our ‘Community Sailing Experience’ as introducing new sailors to the sport is a highly rewarding activity and an important part of confirming the next generation of nautical enthusiast.
Speaking of being involved, the club executive has done a brilliant job at ensuring that the SLSC website will allow you to simply follow the club’s scheduled programs and ongoing member communications throughout season. It is important to remember that the SLSC would not exist without the continued support and engagement of its volunteer members and I encourage all new and current members to engage and provide support wherever possible.
See you on the dock!