Available Crew

UPDATED FOR 2018          CLICK HERE to open in separate window

Don't have a boat? Want to race? Crewing for
CSA skippers is a great opportunity to get involved in sailing.

Click HERE - get on the list!

Crew?

PROs .... Please use THIS XLSX FORM to report race results for regular races. Using this form will get results published to the web faster.

2018 CSA Sunday race results HERE.

(Prior years back to 2010 available in separate tabs)

Racing dashboard

Racing dashboard

CSA Sailing Instructions

Updated for 2017 HERE.

Racing library

On the Library page you will find lots of resource material relative to racing at CSA, including links to editable MS Word docs for NORs, SIs, etc.  

Crewing is a great way to learn sailing!

Looking for crew? Check the crew list.

Scroll down for list of available crew or click Crew List

Boats
for rent
HERE

Boat Yard Looking for a boat, but not sure what is right for you? Check out our buying guide. Then check our classifieds.

Sailboat Primer

Classifieds


CLICK HERE
for more

information
about CSA

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Membership Application

Got race duty?

2018 Hare & Hound dates set

May 12, June 2, July 14, Aug. 11, Sept. 22, Oct 13.   All sailing clubs welcome!

Come for the race. Stay for the chill & grill, BBQ and live band

The 2018 Hare and Hound races will build on the success of last year. It is open to all classes of boats and we encourage you to take friends and family out for a structured sail around the lake for an afternoon of racing with the emphasis on fun. After the race, come back to the pavilion for the results, BBQ (bring your own item to grill and a side to share), free beverages and live music. The starts will be based on your PHRF number. The slowest boats start first, eliminating a crowded starting line. Scoring will be simple because a yacht's finishing position will depend solely on when she crosses the finish line in relation to the other competitors. The race course will remain the same for the entire 2018 season.

After the race, come back to the pavilion for the results and free beverages. Plan to make a day of it by grilling out. How about an evening sail too?

Sail 4 of the 6 and you qualify for a H&H excellence award at the Commodores' banquet!

Check out the flyer.

  1. The Skippers Meeting is at 10:00 AM (required)

  2. The boat with the highest PHRF number will start at 11:00 AM.

  3. We will try to score 4 divisions, Low/high PHRF;
    One Design & Cats

  4. Questions, contact Jerry DeWille at jkdewille@sbcglobal.net

The race course will start directly in front of the CSA Pavilion. From the starting line you sail to the Coles Creek mark (Red Line) and make a port rounding. From the   Coles Creek mark you proceed to the Allen Branch (Blue Line) mark make a port rounding then return to the Coles Creek mark (Orange Line). You make a port rounding of the Coles Creek mark (Green Line) and return to the cabin fleet start finish line. See the drawing of the course above and topo with the compass headings at the skippers meeting.

Time to sign up for race duty

... great way to learn about racing

What it's all about... The race duty crew normally consists of three people on the committee boat (the pontoon boat) plus one or two whalers (motorboats) with two people aboard each. Those on the committee boat manage the race - determining the course, raising and lower flags, sounding signals. They also record the results.

Folks on the whalers place the racing marks and act as safety crew, should assistance be needed. Being part of this crew puts you in the company of experienced sailors and racers. You can learn a lot just being part of the action.

CLICK HERE TO SELECT YOUR DUTY DATE

2018 Race Duty Assignments

2018 Hare and Hound results, as they become available