The Carlyle Sailing Association has what you're looking for if it's sailing near St. Louis, sailing in Illinois, sailing near Belleville, sailing near Edwardsville, sailing near Collinsville, sailing near Scott Airforce base ( AFB). Or perhaps you are seeking sailing lessons near St. Louis, sailing lessons in St. Louis, sailing lessons in Illinois, Or maybe you want to learn to sail near St. Louis or learn to sail in St. Louis or learn to sail in Illinois. Check out the great sailing at CSA. Our popular fleets include Lightning, E-scow, Flying Scot, Melges, Comet, Catalina, San Juan and more. There are great opportunities for sailboat racing and daysailing, plus great on-shore facilities. There are also several learn to sail programs for adults and kids.    Find out more

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Find us at N 38°38'32.56"  /  W 89°20'33.31"

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The Carlyle Sailing Association offers a wonderful world of sailing -- from casual daysailing to serious racing, instructions for adults and juniors and lots of great on-shore social activities.

The season is over for 2014, but come sail with us in 2015.

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Carlyle Lake Association

One voice for the many diverse interests
in the Carlyle Lake area.

CLA has been instrumental in working for the betterment of Carlyle Lake.

Find out more
about CLA’s
latest efforts in the
2014 update report

Wonderful job opportunity

(with lakeside accomodations!)

The Carlyle Sailing Association is looking for an energetic individual with a sailing background to act as its onsite harbormaster.

Benefits include salary plus bonus, 12 month use of the harbormaster’s house on the CSA grounds, utilities, membership, beautiful views and the opportunity to interact with many of the best sailors in the Midwest.

More details HERE

Chilly weekend for Cats’ Muddy Waters Regatta

Despite the weather, a good time was had by all

On Saturday when winds kicked up with gusts of 24 mph and races had to be abandoned, but Mike Hill stepped in to offer rides on his J-105. All aboard really appreciated being high and dry rather than being cold and wet on the cats. On Sunday, the weather turned more favorable and two races were held.

What a great weekend!

Adventures aboard Draco

Follow Mary and Joe Bartman’s

Mary and Joe are headed south along the east coast aboard Draco, a 36 foot Islander. They hope to be in the Bahamas this winter. Mary says they will keep sailing her until they run out of wind.

For a more compete telling of their adventures follow Mary’s blog HERE