Our Pennsylvania Sailing Program is located on Lake Naomi, one of the largest private lakes in Pennsylvania. Powerboats are prohibited, thus preserving the quiet waters for canoeing, kayaking, rowing, windsurfing, paddle boarding, and of course, sailing.
As a Sailing Community, instructional and competitive sailing programs are offered throughout the summer. Every weekend, races and regattas decorate the lake with colorful sails. The Sailing Association plans special family activities and events for sailors of every age.
These sailing classes are for youths ages 8 to 16 who attend 2, two-hour classes for six weeks. Each student will learn sailing basics and try sailing solo.
These sailing classes are for youths ages 8 to 16 who attend 2, two-hour classes for six weeks. Advanced Beginners must be able to sail on their own with the support of a nearby instructor. B-Fleet Lesson / B-Fleet Racing - Youths aged 16 and under who sail solo will be introduced to the basics of racing. Sailors must be confident in their sailing ability to qualify.
A-Fleet Lesson / A-Fleet Racing - A-Fleet is for youths aged 16 and under who have demonstrated their skilled racing abilities in past fleet lessons and racing.
Adult Classes will be offered for Beginners and Advanced Beginners on Saturdays throughout the summer for members 17 years of age and older. Two, three-week sessions will be offered.
Private Sailing Lessons are offered in 50-minute long classes and are designed to meet individual abilities and needs, whether you are a first-time sailor or ready to move on to racing. Club-supplied Sunfishes, Lasers, or Dusters are available but need to be requested in advance.
RC Sailing Fleet #9
RC (radio control) Sailing also has a place at the Lake Naomi Club. The RC Laser is patterned after the original Laser: simple, easy to sail, and fast! During the summer season, there are races held off the shore at the Administrative Office. During the winter months, the fleet moves indoors and races at the indoor pool in the Community Center where large fans simulate the wind.