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Welcome!

Both racing and social sailing is catered for in monohulls and catamarans
at
Carcoar Dam, via Blayney, New South Wales, Australia

As at October 2011, the water level has risen to over 85% capacity
Social sailing and racing will be again held each Sunday at the Sailing Club,
from 10am, during the warmer months.

is ongoing,
held at Carcoar Dam Sailing Club.


dot  Please check our BLOG for the latest news, results, photos, weather forecasts, water levels etc etc. Thanks.

wang07
STOP PRESS!
Even 10-year-olds can win at Regattas! .
Timothy Hone has been awarded the
for his contribution to sailing in the Central West, and specifically with Sailability, on Wednesday 20 December 2006.

Maritime Medal


Visitors and new members are always most welcome.

Carcoar Dam Sailing Club Inc. (CDSC) is a small, friendly, family club offering racing and social cruising each Sunday during the warmer months. We have four club dinghies available for visitors, two rescue boats and a well equipped spacious clubhouse with a gas kitchen, hot showers, clean toilets and BBQ's. The club has wonderful views of the dam and is surrounded by native trees, making an ideal camping ground for visiting sailors and their families.

dot  Ask about our "Try Sail" days.

dot  Drop-in and check us out one Sunday.

dot  Join our so we can keep in touch with you.

dot  Become an active Member of CDSC.

CDSC has operated for over 37 years. It is one of the only sailing clubs managing to survive in the Central West, existing on the generosity of its members and many donations of both resources, skills and time.

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Racing & Social Sailing
Racing is conducted using V.Y.C (Australia) and follow basic rules. All classes of sail boats are welcome, with Lasers, Solos, Mirrors, Access 2.3 and 303s, Corsairs, Maricats, and Hobiecats regularly in attendance (among many other classes).

Social sailing also takes place, for those with a less-competative nature, who wish to just enjoy the freedom and joy of just getting out and enjoying time out on the water. Arrive anytime after 10am on a Sunday.


dot  Two races are normally conducted each Sunday, with the first commencing around 11:30am. 

dot  Junior classes are also encouraged.

dot  Check out some Sailing Helps & Aids for more successful, enjoyable sailing.

dot  Boats For Sale

dot  - directions, views, weather and accommodation


Sailability 
Sailability Central West is based at CDSC. Here are details and the latest program for this exciting international sailing movement. 


Annual Regatta 2011 -12 is to be held over the weekend of 25-26 February 2012.
Check our blog for details about our Regatta this season!


Club Shirts
Short-sleeved blue cotton polo casual Club shirts ($20), and long-sleeved fluro-yello SPF-50 sun-protective Club sailing shirts ($25) are now available in different sizes. our secretary Marcia Lac for more information.


Accommodation
Motel/Hotel-style can be found in nearby Blayney and Carcoar. Contact the Blayney Tourist & Community Information Centre
on (02) 6368 3534  or    or  Blayney Heritage Country  or   or  Neville.

dot  Of course, you can also freely camp-out by our Clubhouse.
     We have quiet shady family-friendly sites, clean toilets and hot showers.

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(Original Webpage design : Peter Durkin
Nov 2004. Pages resurrected by Mal Kiely 16 Oct 2006)

Our webpages updated on 16th February 2012  update