The Bare What you Dare Regatta is a Multihull regatta open to all “beach catamarans” and other similarly sized multihulls. The regatta usually takes place in late April where the weather conditions start to turn pleasant for sailing. Besides the on the water activities, the club typically provides a couple of meals and hors d’oeuvres throughout the weekend. This regatta is a terrific way to start off the sailing season! If you have a beach catamaran (typically 22 feet in length or shorter), come join us for the low pressure, always fun, Bare What you Dare Regatta. Racing is usually broken up into two handicap fleets but we are happy to accommodate one design starts for multihull classes that meet the very minimal requirements.
The Keowee Cup Regatta is an open invite two day regatta to most boat types that wish to participate. Typical expected classes are multihull, flying scott, PHRFA, PHRFB, and we host cruising distance races as well. The Keowee Cup Regatta usually takes place in early May when spring is on full force and the fresh breeze funnels down the lake from the nearby mountains. Come join us for two days of racing and kick off your sailing season with the Keowee Sailing Club.
The Grits ‘n Haggis Regatta is a Flying Scot only regatta. The regatta usually takes place in May when the weather is starting to get consistently warm and the water temps are getting pleasant. This two day event is a popular regional event for Flying Scots and usually sees around 30 boats competing. Gracious food (including one morning with a traditional English-style Grits ‘n Haggis breakfast) and entertainment are provided throughout the weekend. In addition to the racing, food, and entertainment, this regatta usually incorporates a technical sailing/racing Flying Scot oriented clinic for those who wish to gain knowledge shared from other knowledgeable sailors.
Information about other Keowee Sailing Club’s Major Open / Regional Regattas!