Sailing Links

Mariner SailsMariner Sails

For Sail repair, Wind Surfing, Catamaran Sailing, or Kayaking, these are the folks to call (972-241-1498). www.mariner-sails.com


DCYCDCYC

The Dallas Corinthian Yacht Club was founded in 1956 on the North Shore of Lewisville Lake. The Club and its nine acres are nestled on one of the most beautiful sections of the lake. The view is spectacular. For more information visit. www.dcyc.org


Chamonix IIChamonix II

LOCATED AT PIER 121 MARINA ON LAKE LEWISVILLE: The Chamonix II is a 2004 70-foot Gold Coast catamaran with 2,380 square feet of party space. U.S. Coast Guard certified for 105 passengers, the Chamonix II offers a safe, spacious environment for guests of all ages to experience the joy of catamaran sailing. For more information visit. www.bigdcats.com


LLSC BurgeeLake Lewisville Sailing Club

The Sailing Club at Pier 121 Marina. For more information visit. www.llsailingclub.org


RISE Web SiteRISE!

We are proud to announce a partnership with RISE. RISE is a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding the opportunities of the physically challenged. As our program develops, we will be exposing both children and adults to the wonderful world of sailing. For more information visit. www.riseadaptivesports.org


Sailing Anarchy

Sailing, watersports, powerboat racing stories, blogs, sailing news, sailboat classifieds and sailing websites from around the world. www.SailingAnarchy.com


A Scout’s Guide to Boating Knots

Knot-tying has a variety of purposes, but the usual reason to tie a knot is to connect two pieces of cord or rope. When boating or sailing, whether on yachts or smaller watercraft, tying knots is an important skill, as boaters need knots to secure their vessels to a pier as well as to assemble and repair rigging for sails or nets. Some knots are only intended to hold things together temporarily, while others are designed to be very secure. Security and safety often rest on the type of knot you choose to use and the quality of the knots you tie in your line. Read more…. https://www.hmy.com/a-scouts-guide-to-boating-knots#

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