Sailing Web Directory

Sailing employs the wind—acting on sails, wingsails or kites—to propel a craft on the surface of the water (sailing ship, sailboat, windsurfer, or kitesurfer), on ice (iceboat) or on land (land yacht) over a chosen course, which is often part of a larger plan of navigation.

American Sailing Association

The American Sailing Association is the predominant standards bearer and codifier in the arena of recreational sailing education in the Americas. The organization was founded in 1983 by television producer Lenny Shabes who felt there was no recognized educational system in place to learn the sport of sailing. Today there are over 300 affiliate schools that teach the ASA methods via the many textbooks the Association creates and publishes. Over one million sailors have come through the American Sailing Association learning system.

American Sail Training Association

Founded on April 3, 1973, by Barclay Harding Warburton III, the American Sail Training Association (ASTA), now known as Tall Ships America, is currently the largest sail training association in the world and a founding member of Sail Training International.

Alum Creek Sailing Association

The Alum Creek Sailing Association (ACSA) was formed in 1982 to promote the sport of sailing. First started by Prindle, G-Cat and Nacra catamaran sailors who wanted to enjoy the same level of competition when Hobie Cats were king, the Alum Creek Sailing Association quickly became what it is today: sailing families, individual sailors and sailing enthusiasts with various types of vessels (mono-hulls, multi-hulls and sailboards).

Asheville Sailing Club

The Asheville Sailing club is a social club that organizes sailboat races and social events. We sail our boats from the Marina area of Lake Julian Park. The club is a registered non-profit organization. It is important to know that Lake Julian Park owns the Marina which includes: Buildings, Lockers, Land Boat Storage, Picnic Shelters, Wet slips, Boat Ramps, Docks, and other Park items.

Blue Water Sailing School 

Blue Water Sailing School is an American Sailing Association certified sailing school with lessons for sailors at every experience level. 


Beneteau or Bénéteau is a French sail and motor boat manufacturer, with production facilities in France and the United States.

Brown Sailing

The Brown University Sailing Team is one of the oldest and most successful organizations on campus. The Brown University Yacht Club was founded in 1896 and was one of the first college sailing programs in the country. The current Sailing Team is consistently ranked within the top ten in the country, racing in the highly competitive New England District of College Sailing. We are an active athletic team: we have a full time coach, we practice four days a week, and we enter several regattas every weekend from September through November and March through May.

Bay View Sailing

The Bay View Sailing program offers multi-level courses designed to take students from beginner (ages 9+ and have passed level 3 swimming or equivalent) to experienced sailor. This program follows the U.S. Sailing Instructor curriculum and has at least one U.S. Sailing Certified instructor on staff to lead and direct the program. Various group sessions as well as individual private lessons are offered.

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