Louisville Sailing Club


Louisville Sailing Club
Big Fun In Small Boat Sailing!

Current Conditions

August 06, 2015

This Week's Schedule

Thursday 6:00 PM - Family Sailing - Bring the kids, the family or friends and spend a relaxing evening on the water. 

Saturday - 2:00 Thistle Racing

Sunday - 11:00 Laser Racing

Sunday - 2:15 Highlander Racing

Tuesday - 6:00 PM Sunfish Racing

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Crew Duty Assignments

Crew Duties Click Here
Full List of This Years Crew Assignments Click Here
Each individual is responsible to recruit a replacement if they are unable to fulfill their own obligation.
Fleet Captain - If your fleet decides not to race, please contact the crew duty members as soon as possible.

8/8-8/9 Ray Kkeinhelter; Anne Pierson; Micky Gregg
8/15-8/16 Joe Burch; Scott Kremer; Bill Bockmon
8/22-8/23 John Bright; Pete Lachapelle; Thor Steffen

Handicap Fleet - All boat types (except Lasers and Sunfish) can race with the Highlanders or Thistles.  In addition for Highlanders and Thistles getting credit in their fleet results, they will also be recorded in the Handicap fleet. (Race Committee needs to keep time of each boat for Handicap Fleet results)

Upcoming Event

Commodore's LSC Sixty Year Celebration - September

Club House Reservation

Contact Lisa Hart

John Campbell- August 6, 2015

It is looking good to see boats populating the lower level once again.  All fleets sailed this past week.  "So much for sailing in June and July"  The parking assignments for boats below is located on the window of the club house.  Be sure to check it out and use the tie downs.  If the wind blows your boat into another boat, you are responsible for the damage.  David Bauer is the docking chair.  He can make arrangements for your boat if you paid for parking below.
ALL The Cool Kids ARE Doing It!

Yes, ALL the cool kids ARE doing it! After sailing several boats over the years, I sold my old Laser and bought a new Sunfish from the 2014 Worlds and I am sailing on Tuesday nights with the Louisville Sailing Club Sunfish Fleet. We are now the largest and most active fleet at the club.  We had 14 or 15 boats on the line last night and we have the potential for 20 or more.  I haven't had this much fun sailing in a very long time. I used to think of the Sunfish as an introductory boat for non sailors, a kids boat and a boat for folks wanting to float around the lake on a lazy Saturday afternoon. I was wrong.  I guess he old saying "everything old is new again" is true. - Keith Kenitzer  Louisville, Kentucky
Club Work List
  • Build three cradles for launching Club boats.  There are plenty of 2"x4"s laying around the property.  (This would be a good job for those of you who use club boats.)
  • Check gutters of club house and install missing gutter guard that is laying on the lower deck.

Please Identify all your property that is at the club.  The stickers go at the foot of the mass or near the goose neck.  One should go on the trailer next to the hitch.  Identify the boat by placing a sticker at the starboard bow under the water deflector.