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Community Sailing Program (CSP)

The Moraine Sailing Club CSP provides an opportunity for members to sail and race on Lake Arthur without having to own a sailboat.  The CSP enables access to club-owned sailboats through an on-line reservation system.  Members share the use of the boats and help maintain the boats and equipment. Since it is an all volunteer club, CSP members are asked to participate in community work days which are organized by the CSP director.  This keeps the boats in good working  condition throughout the season. 

CSP Members

To reserve boats, review the CSP club rules, view videos and review rigging instructions go to the CSP Member page.

New to the Club?

If you are new to the club and wish to become qualified for the CSP, join at the basic membership level first.  

  • Sign up for Learn to Sail 101 Sunfish or Learn to Sail 201 Flying Scot if you do not yet know how to sail, if you need a refresher course on sailing or rigging skills, or if you are unfamiliar with these classes of boats.  

  • CSP members may qualify for one or all boat classes.

  • Graduates from LTS who join CSP during the same sailing season will be eligible for a discount in CSP fees for the remainder of that season.

Boats Available to Members

  • 6 Flying Scots on trailers

  • 1 Flying Scot at Davis Hollow Marina dock slip

  • 15 Sunfish on racks

  • 5 Hobie 16 Catamarans


Boats can be reserved on the club reservation system. Boats are stored at Watts Bay unless stated otherwise.  A trailer hitch and towing ball will be needed for the Flying Scots on trailers.

How to Qualify for CSP

  • Skillfully demonstrate all sailing skills covered in either Learn to Sail 101 Sunfish or 201 Flying Scot by participating in MSC 304 CSP Qualification Days.  This free course is a check-ride with one of our instructors to demonstrate your skills to become Community Sailing Program qualified.  Sign up is required on the Learn to Sail page

  • During the check-ride the following skills need to be successfully demonstrated on either a Sunfish or Flying Scot:

    • Properly rig and launch the boat

    • Successfully sail the boat upwind and downwind

    • Safely return to the dock, de-rig and return the boat to its original location

  • Participate in program orientation

  • Agree to the terms of CSP Rules of Operation

  • Once qualified, become a CSP member (do not become a member until you have been qualified.

  • Become a Basic member if you need to take or re-take a Learn to Sail course.


Get in Touch

Contact the Community Sailing Director

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