Renton Sailing Center
A warm welcome!
Founded in 1965, Renton Sailing Center, a non-profit organization, promotes the sport of sailing through classes, races, and recreational sailing at Gene Coulon Park at the south end of Lake Washington. Sailing classes begin in May and continue through the end of September. Recreational sailing, repairs, and maintenance clinics are conducted year round.
Our Mission Statement: Promote the sport of sailing in the community through classes, races, clinics and recreational sailing.
Vision: Provide safe, accessible sailing for everyone in our community.
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RSC News - Fall 2021
Latest Newsletter: please see our latest Newsletter here.
Our meetings are on the 4th Wednesday of the month, and they start at 7:00 p.m . Check your email for a Zoom link.
This summer we had 4 crews take the Catalina 27 to the South and Central Sound. Members who are checked out through our checkout sheet may skipper one of the keelboats they are checked out on for overnight cruises or away races for up to seven nights a year. Renton Sailing asks for a recommended donation of $50/night for cruising or away races to keep up with the maintenance expenses of our Keelboats.
Private lessons: to provide members and people from the general public a chance to learn sailing in a safe and small environment, we have begun to offer private lessons. These lessons are $125 per hour for small boats, and $150 per hour for keel boats, and are scheduled at a mutually agreeable day and time. The lessons can be for general skill building or to meet certification requirements. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Any new student should provide a completed float test form.
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