It´s All About Sailing & Fun
Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains,
30 miles from Boulder or Ft Collins and 50 miles from Denver
Challenge the race course, or enjoy a peaceful sail on a sunny afternoon.
At Carter Lake Sailing Club, you´ll have the opportunity to do both.
CLSC has secured docks & slips, clubhouse with kitchen & camping available for members.
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Regatta and Junior Sailing Sponsors
(don't forget-scroll to the bottom of the homepage to see what is going on this weekend at the lake)
The goal of our Junior Sailing Program is to pass on our love of sailing to the next generation. Youth between the ages of 10 through 16 learn to sail and be safe on the water - all while having a great fun time! Click on the Junior Sailing tab to see the 2014 program dates and details. For more information email Laurel at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sailing Club News
Sign Up for the North U Intro Match Racing Clinic is Now Open! (Posted: 2014-03-29)
North U has gotten a anonymous donor to give them a grant to fund an Intro to Match Racing Clinic.
Carter Lake is lucky enough to be able to host this event with Denver Sailing Association as our cohost.
The Clinic dates are May 30-June 1st at Carter Lake.
The Clinic with begin May 30, Friday evening at 6pm, for an onshore class session, followed by on the water coaching, video debriefs and culminating with a Match Race on Sunday afternoon.
We will be providing snacks on Friday evening, continental breakfast and lunch on Sat/Sun, and dinner Saturday evening.
You can sign up for the clinic here: http://www.regattanetwork.com/event/8236
Check out the flyer under the racing tab for more info: http://sailcarter.org/content/racing/178_1.pdf
If you'd like to help out with this event or have questions, please contact Tim Gormley at RaceCarterLake@comcast.net
Upcoming Events this Spring (Posted: 2014-03-09)
THE SLIPS ARE IN! Racing starts in less than two weeks!
Mark your calendar for the April 9th SAIL meeting at Brooklyns. One of my favorite events in the SAIL seminar season is this last event: a movie of last years sailing highlights produced by the same folks that did our videos for this site, Randy and Lisa Shelton from Colorado Coconuts. Rumor has it this year features footage from the Lady Wilson Cup at Carter Lake. The meeting is at Brooklyns Bar (the one near Mile High Stadium, not the one near the Pepsi Center) in Denver. We usually get there around 6pm to have some pub food, a beer and chat with fellow front range sailors. It's a great time.
If you missed the Racers Meeting March 22nd, you lost out on your chance for anyone to care what you think about the racing schedule. Please keep all muttering and discontent to your self. Better luck next year..
Other rumors floating around:
There may be a sailing gear swap meet at Carter Lake sometime this spring. Start boxing up your partners unused sailing stuff to clear out your house now.
This last one is actually not a rumor but substantiated fact. US Sailing is working a deal that will give your regional sailing organization $10 for everyone that joins US Sailing through the regional sailing organization (which in our case is Rocky Mountain SAIL, rmsail.org). If you join both RM SAIL and US Sailing, US Sailing will discount your membership $10 as well. Such a deal. Both these organizations use your dues to promote and enhance sailing.
Don't forget to get your PHRF certificate from Rocky Mountain SAIL before the racing season starts. If you need help with this, let me know.
-Tim (the race committee chairperson)