The Columbia Sailing Club, located on Lake Murray, is organized as a nonprofit corporation under the laws of the State of South Carolina, and is committed to providing educational and training programs to the community on all aspects of sail boating. Club activities include sailboat races, regattas, race management training, youth sail camps, boating safety, first aid and a host of other activities that promote the sport of sail boating.
Lake Murray is a man-made lake of 78 square miles with 520 miles of shoreline, a length of 41 miles and an advertised width of 14 miles The lake is contained by a large earthen dam which was the largest in North America at the time it was built in the1920s.
The Club''s facilities include a well-protected marina, 4 launching ramps, a gin pole, and other sailing-related amenities. The marina, shown below, has 100 berths for sailboats from 22 to 33 feet in length. Land parking slips accommodate an additional 100 boats.
There is always something going on at the club. Some of the events are even planned and organized. Most of those are listed below. As for the rest of the fun, you just have to come up and make it happen !
CSC Board of Stewards Meeting:
Any Club member may attend the Board of Stewards meeting held the first Wednesday of every month, 6:30 PM at the Clubhouse. If you should have an item you want placed on the agenda, please contact the Commodore at least a week in advance.
Friday Night Happy Hours:
There is usually a crowd of 5 to 35 at the club on Friday evenings. In the summer, the rockers are busy, the fan is spinning and the cool drinks are waiting. In the winter, the fireplace contains a welcoming fire to warm the work weary bones.
Happy Hour is every Friday evening, beginning when the first member arrives and ending when the last leaves.
Club Contact Details
||Columbia Sailing Club
||292 Shuler Road