From the Helm

A word from the Commodore.

I am very pleased as Commodore to welcome you to our club.  I see you are interested in sailing. There are 9 Sailing Clubs in Saskatchewan. In southern Saskatchewan there are 2 Clubs, Queen City Disabled Sailing Club and  Regina Sailing Club.

The Club is located next to the boat ramp in the Resort Village of Saskatchewan Beach, overlooking what is the best view on Last Mountain Lake. The lake is approximately 100 kilometres long, room for everyone. There are public beaches   and facilities provided by the village.

During these Covid times, we will be in compliance with all Government restrictions. Our priority is our members’ safety as well our objective is to grow our membership. We plan to have regular evening sailing for dinghies and cruisers on a weekly basis.

We are a relatively small and friendly club with members who are willing to help new sailors to get involved. Some of our members have cruisers which are trailerable and need access to the RVSB boat ramp. Others have their own dinghies that can be launched from our club ramp on the beach.

We all  need to keep developing sailing skills. This can be  done by attending our Mobile Sailing School, lessons from other club members or by sailing with other members. The club is for sailors of all levels and skill sets. It is your choice to be a Recreational sailor or learn to be a competitive regatta sailor.

We are a sailing club, not a “yacht club” so our social activities are informal. We are a non profit organization and do our own maintenance and work to ensure the club is ready and available for our membership. We benefit as a member of the provincial Saskatchewan Sailing Clubs Association.  Our clubhouse, ramp, dock, equipment and boat storage areas are located on the leased property of the Resort Village Saskatchewan Beach on Last Mountain Lake.

Our objectives are to promote and advance the sport and recreation of Sailing, by encouraging all facets of sailing, including training, racing and cruising. We require all safe practices both on and off the water.

Club membership is open to anyone who wishes to sail. Our hope is that you find your inner sailor, like the rest of us.

We are always looking for new members.

Regina Sailing Club
Charles Morgan