State Fair Regatta was a major success today with 49 boats competing. Nice September day with 15ish breeze and gusts to 20. Results
The Corinthian Sailing Club is located within a city park on beautiful White Rock Lake in Dallas, Texas. CSC was chartered in 1939. From the beginning, the purpose of CSC has been to promote the sport of sailing and sailboat racing in North Texas. The all volunteer club focuses on racing with a well attended racing program and club sponsored regattas held year round. The club is nationally known for its excellent sailors and fine race management. The club also has an active youth program and teaches adult sailing. The club sponsors several charitable events and many social activities each year.
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The 2020 Fall regatta schedule at CSC is set and plans are being solidified, NORs are being written and registration is opening. You may follow the progress on the Regatta Notices page.
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WFAA film is being digitized by a SMU library grant, and someone noticed this short footage of CSC from 1970:
Unfortuntately there is no sound.
Roland Foerster is in the captured screenshot; Bonnie Foerster is in blue in the first shot inside the clubhouse. The lady in the yellow top with pigtails is Jim Sahleh. The gentleman in the suit is Len Aubuchon, who was commodore at the time. I'll update this list as we identify more people.
Whether you're an experienced sailor or just getting started, have your own boat or looking to crew - welcome aboard! Learn more about membership at CSC.
The Butterfly, Corinthian, Flying Scot, Laser and Snipe fleets provide varied sailing experiences. Learn more about the sailboats and sailors at White Rock Lake.
Educational opportunities are available for all ages and skill levels. You may find your niche in junior camps, adult classes, Women on Water program, racing clinics or chalk talks on the dock.