Keowee Sailing Club, located in Seneca, South Carolina, is a cruising and racing sail club on Lake Keowee in view of the Blue Ridge escarpment. If exploring the club for the first time, click on the “About” link above.  If you are interested in joining the club please click on the “Join” link above. Current members can access special files using the “Member” link along with the correct User ID and Password. All other links are available to the public.

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Remembering Jane…

Copied from http://hosting-15851.tributes.com/obituary/show/Sarah-Jane-Polk-108500699 What to say about our incredible mother? Sarah Jane Belt Polk had so many wonderful characteristics. She was curious and intrepid: willing to go on adventures and to learn new...

Labor Day Boat Parade

The KSC Events Committee would like to INVITE YOU to the FIRST KSC Labor Day *Socially Distanced* Boat Parade Come join us for a new, FREE, exciting holiday event! The Labor Day *Socially Distanced* Boat Parade is a fun, safe way for us to see one another and...

2020 Pirate Day!

Pirate Day 2020 has been redesigned to be socially distant in these rough waters.  Pirate Day will have 2 parts…..first, a Socially Distanced PIRATE DAY & High Tech SCAVENGER HUNT on Lake Keowee, and second, a Socially Distanced PIRATE COSTUME CONTEST! 

COVID-19 How We Move Forward

KSC Re-opening Process   Club Operations Update as related to the Coronavirus:   For the past 2 months we have been operating Keowee Sailing Club with limited programs and operations. This has been done to protect the health of our members and reduce...

Looking for a Way to Help!

While each of us may be experiencing the COVID-19 Pandemic in different ways, it is evident that this ordeal will leave a lasting impact on each and every one of us. Some of you may be struggling with spending 24/7 with your loved ones, some may be wishing they could return to work and many are just wishing that things would go back to “normal”. We are all looking forward to the day when the Keowee Sailing Club is able to get back to our “normal” racing, cruising and socializing. 

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