NSA has 160 wet slips that range in size from 25 to 28 feet long and 12 to 13 feet wide. Wet slips are assigned by the Harbormaster on a first come, first serve basis. We usually have a waiting list for slip assignments.
NSA has 10-15 moorings inside the cove and along the south side of a rock jetty. The moorings are equipped to handle sailboats up to 30 feet long. Moorings are assigned by the Harbormaster on a first come, first serve basis.
NSA has a hydraulic boat crane that may be used by members who have completed the crane training program.
NSA has two fenced storage yards that will accommodate up to 300 small and large boats. Individual storage spaces range from 10 to 15 feet. Yard spaces are assigned by the Yardmaster on a first come, first served basis.
The Afterdeck Activity Center is a 45'' X 70'', three-level log structure located in the Ninnescah Sailing Association complex at Lake Cheney, Kansas.
Funded by NSA members and friends, and built almost entirely by volunteer labor, the Afterdeck was officially opened May 1, 1999.
The main level offers a full kitchen, restrooms, a large open space for a wide variety of functions. There are also two lofts for NSA use - classes, meetings, etc. The wrap-around observation deck provides an exceptional view of the NSA sailing complex, the harbor, and Cheney Lake. The lower level is primarily a shelter and storage area, including mechanical equipment. Next to the lower level is a large concrete patio for outdoor eating and other activities that is sheltered from the prevailing Kansas south winds. .
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