Job jar and work and sailing logs are now online, see them on the member page on the right.
2020 Memberships now available
We are always looking to new members. Our 2020 membership application can be found at our membership page.
Learn to Sail
If you ever wanted to learn to sail or polish up on some old rusty skills this is the perfect opportunity to do so. The school uses 420 sailing dinghies for groups of two from the same household and lasers for single participants.
For More Information call: Charles M at 306-535-0808
See what we are up to
Our club has a proud history of achievement by both individual members and by the club – previously known as the Last Mountain Lake Sailing Club. We sail out of the Last Mountain Lake Sailing Centre at Saskatchewan Beach 35 minutes NW of Regina.
We have had successful performances by club members at Provincial, Regional, National and International competition.
Membership and service on Provincial and National organizations and committees.
Host of the Jeux du Canada Summer Games (2005). also of Western Canadian Championships and Sail West Events on numerous occasions.
Located high on a bluff, featuring a large veranda overlooking a wide expanse of lake, our clubhouse has full kitchen facilities, complimented by a comfortable lounging area & changing rooms. Picnic tables, BBQ’s and toilet facilities are available for the use of members and guests.
The club offers a friendly, family oriented atmosphere. A number of sailing and related social activities are organized throughout the season, including a racing regatta which attracts sailors from all over the province. And you can invite your friends out for a picnic or a BBQ any time!
If you have your own sail boat…
A locked compound is available for members with their own dinghies. Dinghies may be left in the upper locked compound for the winter and the trailer yachts can also be left in an unsecured area of the grounds. Many sizes and models of yachts are represented at the club.
…or want to use club boats
If you don’t have a boat, and aren’t sure you want to make that investment yet, not to worry! The club owns several Lasers, which are meant to be sailed by one person and 3 Laser II’s, which can be sailed by two or three people. We also have a couple of “beginner” boats for those who are rusty or need to build experience. The club also owns a 16 foot canoe. Club boats are available to any member who has demonstrated sailing competency by either Sail Canada or equivalent qualifications or a practical demonstration of their skills to the club executive.
If you need us to skill you up then please ask because we have a number of very competent sailors in the club who are happy to assist. Please note that club boats can only be used for participating in or training for sanctioned events.
If you prefer a more challenging sailing regime, use the club as your “qualifying location” for 8-10 or more regattas around the Province between late May and mid September. We also hold regular club regattas for skill building on Wednesday evenings and on weekends.