About Our Club
Eight Bells for former Commodore (2009) and longtime club member, Cynthia McMenamin. Cynthia was a dedicated member of our club who contributed enormously to our community. She was always ready to welcome guests and add a touch of splash to our clubhouse. While she will be missed, we are comforted by the fact that she is now reunited with her beloved husband, Joe.
The Mohican Sailing Club was formed in 1945 as a venue for small-boat family sailing and racing. It continues today with nearly the same mission:
to promote sailing, to promote and provide a venue for small-boat racing, to encourage and assist members in improving racing skills, to provide members with family recreation and social activities, and to promote seamanship and water safety.
Here is an example of what small boat sailing looks like at our club.
All persons with an interest in any part of this mission are welcome to join us.
The Mohican Sailing Club is a non-profit organization built, maintained and managed entirely by club members. We are dedicated to keeping our annual dues low, and our success depends on cooperative support through our members serving as officers and on committees and taking part in work days.
- What We Sail
- Social Activities
- Our Venue and Facilities
- Sailing Lessons
- Membership Information
Come Visit Us or Contact Us for More Information
Most every spring, summer or fall Sunday afternoon starting at Noon (check out our calendar link) – use the maps and directions link above, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.