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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

When: February 19, 2019 - 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Where: Maryland Heights Community Center, 2300 McKelvey Rd, Maryland Heights, MO 63043

What: Sailing, Adventure, Extreme Sports, Risk-Taking, Following Your Dreams, Education, Asthma.

Rich Wilson is one of only three Americans to race a 60 foot high-performance sailboat, solo, non-stop around the world. Not only did he do this once, but he did it twice and in both cases, he was the oldest person to do so (58 first time around and 66 the second time around). Come listen to Rich tell the story of his adventure, what it took to get there and how he made it happen. In his one and half hour presentation he will cover all of the topics mentioned above. This event is open to the public with advanced registration. There is no specific cost to attend, however we will be accepting donations at the door. Click HERE TO REGISTER or contact davidcrosby@charter.net for more information.

Photo from https://www.vendeeglobe.org/en/skippers/69/rich-wilson

When: March 19, 2019 - 7:00 - 9:00 pm

What: Sailing, Adventure, Following Your Dreams.

Where: Brentwood Community Center

            2505 South Brentwood Blvd

            Brentwood, MO 63144

Time: 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Did you know that the eastern half of the United States is an island? Tom and Tracy Grass are a retired local couple from Creve Coeur, Missouri that set off in June 2016 to travel the Great Loop in their 26 foot sailboat. Come hear Tom and Tracy talk about boating over 5,600 miles through 20 states, the Bahamas and one province of Canada. Along the way, they saw beautiful beaches, sailed past the Statue of Liberty, traveled the historic Erie Canal and Great Lakes, motored their boat through downtown Chicago, and on down the Inland Rivers of America's Heartland to and through Kentucky Lake, on their way to the Gulf of Mexico and beyond. This event is open to the public with advanced registration. There is no specific cost to attend, however we will be accepting donations online (see registration link) or at the door. Click HERE TO REGISTER or contact davidcrosby@charter.net for more information.

Registration is limited to 240 people due to event location limitations.

Registration is limited to 90 people.

CSA will provide drinks. Please bring a pot-luck dish to share.

General Presentation Information:

  1. Advanced registration is required for both presentations.

  2. There will be drinks and appetizers available at the presentations, but these will not be sufficient to be a full meal. Please plan accordingly.

  3. Presentations are hosted by Carlyle Sailing Association. 

  4. Presentations are open to the public (with advanced registration).

  5. There is no fixed cost to attend the presentations, but we suggest a $10-$20 donation.

A retired couple from Carlyle Lake circumnavigate the eastern United States in their 26’ sailboat. Come hear about Tom and Tracey’s grand adventure around America’s Great Loop.