Whether you enjoy the competition of racing, opportunity to keep learning, fellowship, or relaxation of a sunset sail, sailing is the perfect sport to last a lifetime.
Renton Sailing Center (RSC) offers:
- Sailing instruction through classes and clinics
- Open sailing
- Fun activities
- Women’s sailing
- A variety of sailing vessels
Founded in 1965, RSC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit community sailing organization dedicated to the sport of sailing. We foster a family-like atmosphere to support the interests of sailors of all abilities.
As a member of RSC, you will have the chance to learn the necessary skills to sail safely and efficiently in our boats. You will also have opportunities to make your own contribution to the organization through teamwork and volunteering.
RSC provides US Sailing Small Boat Instruction and sailing clinics. The Center also supports an active small boat racing series that begins in May and goes through the summer.
Our US Sailing Small Boat instructors are experienced, excellent instructors who know how to put the fun into learning sailing.
We hope you will join us!
Contact RSC with any questions by e-mail at Info@RentonSailing.org.
Renton Sailing Center is located at Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park at the south end of Lake Washington (next to the canoe launch at the north end of the park). The address is: 1201 Lake Washington Boulevard North, Renton, Washington.
RSC members meet monthly to discuss center goals and activities. Occasionally we have special presentations by members or guest speakers. It’s a great way to get to know our fellow sailors.
- Fourth Wednesday of each month
- 6:30-7:00pm social time, 7:00-8:00pm meeting
- Kennydale Memorial Hall
- 2424 NE 27th Street, Renton, WA
- From I-405, exit at NE 30th (exit 6)
- Head east to NE 27th Street for approximately 0.5 mile
Officers are elected and key positions assigned annually in January.
RSC Governing Documents
Articles of Incorporation (dated March 10, 1965)
Articles of Incorporation Amendment (dated May 28, 1965)
By-Laws (dated February 3, 2004)