Now at two great locations:
Lake Quinsigamond -- Worcester, MA
Lake Chauncy -- Westborough, MA
Founded in 1960 with one simple goal -- to bring "Boating for All" to greater Worcester!
"It’s so good to give and be part of a place that will create everlasting sailing memories. It has made a difference in my life. And I hope it will make a difference in others.” - Mitch Friedman, Member since 2012
“I find that, on a stressful day, closing with a sail at Regatta Point restores my tranquility; on a pleasant day, it enhances my appreciation of how nice of a day it has been. To be outside after a day behind walls, only the sky above, the gentle movement of the boat, the wind alone propelling me silently through the water. There’s no better way to end the day or while away the weekend than Regatta Point Community Sailing." - David Getz, Member since 1982.
Did you know that we have an O'Day 22 called Whisper. She’s located in Wickford, RI on Narragansett Bay. Included in the Adult Membership is the cruising class. Earn certification at Regatta Point and start sailing the bay.
(There is an additional charter fee to sail Whisper)
Did you know there is a video how to page? Great to have on your cell phone while sailing. Click here see the videos.
Sailing & Paddle Sports for Ages 7 and up.
Guppies - Ages 7 - 9
Sailing Camp - Ages 9 - 12
Junior Program - Ages 13-17
Deckhands - Ages 9 to 13
Guppy Deckhands - Ages 7 to 9
One Membership covers it all:
Lessons, Boats, Guest & even Kayaking
individual, couple & student memberships
Whether you are a:
Beginner looking to try something new,
An old pro looking to sail closely,
Or somewhere in between
Regatta Point is here for you!
7 miles of Lake Quinsigamond
Stand Up Paddle Board
Unlimited Access Pass Available
Regatta Point Community Sailing is an Accredited US Sailing Community Sailing Center
US Sailing’s Community Sailing Accreditation Program identifies those programs that are offering the highest level of boating education and public access. Programs of all types are eligible, provided they meet the specific guidelines set forth by the Community Sailing Council.
Organizations that are recognized enjoy increased visibility as some of the best facilities in the country. Additionally, US Sailing Accredited Community Sailing Centers are invited to participate fully in the governing process that molds, shapes and improves the quality and reach of US Sailing programs.