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. Provide safe, accessible sailing for everyone in our community.
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RSC News - Summer/Fall 2020
Since Washington is still at Stage 2 of reopening, restrictions have continued to apply. Unfortunately this meant that we couldn't hold sailing classes this year. We hope to have classes next May 2021 - on. Please check back.
Club Members may now sail. Dockmasters will have the ad-hoc title of "Guide" as they have additional certification and training to facilitate open sailing. Open Sailing in Phase 2 may serve up to 12 individuals from up to 8 households including the Dockmaster. The Dockmaster who has volunteered for the session will accept RSVPs and will notify folks if they are accepted or on standby or wait list. In phase 2 up to 2 crews may be on the dock at one time to rig or un-rig. The dockmaster will coordinate comings and goings. Please see email communications for more info. Mask up everyone! Stay safe.
New sailboat added to our fleet. Our newest acquisition is a Jalapeno, a J/80 Sailboat. See our fleet page for more information about this beauty. The Jalapeno has already sailed in it's first race at Newport Shores. According the captain, it's fun to sail and thoughtfully laid out.
This purchase is part of a long range plan that began in 2012 for fleet improvements. The J/80 is a 2001 model that was purchased in Portland and trailered to Seattle. Commissioning and repairs are underway to get the J/80 Jalapeno up to a high standard. Details