Charlotte Sailing Center

2015 Forms Available!

Monday February 23, 2015

Please go to the services and forms section to download.

Ice is here and the Policy to get it!

Wednesday June 22, 2011

The ice arrived yesterday! The deal with the ice this year: It is on a honor system, you put down what you take and we bill you for it. Last year we took a bath on the ice due to people not writing down what they took. With that being said, the combo has changed. To get the combo we will need to get a $20 deposit from everyone that would like to get ice from here. In exchange you get the combo. At the end of the year if things don't match up, the expense will be divided among the people that have the combo. Sorry to be this way but I can't afford to buy ice for everyone. The cost per bag of cube is $1.75 and block is $2.50. Thank you

Mast Stepping!!!!

Tuesday June 7, 2011

For people who are making their way back home after spending the winter off the Lake, we can step your masts! CSC is one of the few marinas that is capable of stepping masts currently. We have a crane with 84 feet of boom for virtually all mast heights. Give us a call or email to set up a time to get your mast stepped.

More Flooding!

Tuesday May 31, 2011

The lake goes down, the lake goes up, the lake goes down, the lake goes back up. That seems to be the story of the Spring so far. With the huge storms that rolled through here late last week the Lake has gone back up and is still rising as of today. Lake level this morning at 6AM was 102.85 and the rivers are very full again. I am going to try something different with the docks while the bank is flooded and the gangway unusable. I will post something else when that part is done. Once I am able to get some docks in the water, I will start putting boats in. Keep in mind that your moorings are set with a 3:1 scope at about 98 feet so things are pretty tight with the chains right now. Thanks for your patience. Things are going to get better down here! More to come...

FLOODING AT CSC (**updated with pictures!)

Thursday May 5, 2011

Well, last week the lake set a new record level at 102.8. It went down a bit over the weekend and now has risen to 103.3 (according to NOAA) as of 8 AM on May 5, 2011. I cannot put the docks in yet as the gangway is floating! When the level goes down so there is a dry path to the dock, I will repost. What this means for your boat: I can still launch boats, you just won't have any place to put your dingy. There is no shoreline to drag it up onto. Please be understanding with the delay as it is out of my control. If you want your boat in please call me and we can talk about it. I will be posting some updated pictures on the web page shortly so you can see what is going on here! Thanks Andy

New winter storage form available

Tuesday August 31, 2010

Note that the new winter storage form is available for download in PDF format. Reminder that all forms must be submitted by Sept 18th!

Anyone interested in open class, fun racing during the week?

Thursday June 24, 2010

If anyone would like to test your racing skills against other boats, please let me know. I would like to get an open class (everyone is welcome!) race going 1 night/week. Something fun and different to try. You wouldn't need to have any racing experience-it is just for fun. Please email me to let me know if there is any interest charlottesailingctr@myfairpoint.net

Tee Shirts, Sweatshirts, Hats, and Free Bumper Stickers are now Available

Thursday June 24, 2010

I have just gotten in a new shipment of tee shirts, hoodie sweatshirts, and hats. Stop in to take a look and get some great CSC items. CSC flags are at the printers right now and will be available in a few weeks. I also have some free bumper stickers in the office. Stop in to get your CSC wear!!!!

New Crane Has Arrived!!!!!!

Thursday June 24, 2010

Last Tuesday, CSC took delivery of a 35 Ton Grove crane!!! This has been a long time coming for me and for the great customers of CSC. What this means for CSC customer: Now your boat can get launched on your schedule as well as hauled out on your schedule. This also means I can get to the top of any mast without any trouble.

First Launching Day!

Tuesday May 11, 2010

Thursday marks the first day a boat will touch the water for 2010.