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Newell Sailing Club offers it's members excellent inexpensive access to Lake Newell.  Leave your sailboat semi-setup at the club located within Kinbrook Island Provincial Park.  Come and camp at Kinbrook Island Provincial Park and stay for awhile.  Our members enjoy kayaking, windsurfing, catamaran sailing, dinghy sailing and larger cruiser style sailing from our facility on Lake Newell.   The club offers it's members a lot of amenities including semi and secure storage of equipment, one parking spot per member for sailboats,  secluded beach launching area, simple cooking facilities, no-charge launch fee at the park launch ramp, etc.  For the racers we have hosted many regattas over the years and have actively promoted youth sailing programs starting with the optimist dinghy.  We have a fair number of active racers and many recreational sailors in the club as well.  Consider joining the Newell Sailing Club in 2015 and enjoy Lake Newell and the amenities of the Newell Sailing Club!  Download a membership form from the Files & Forms tab above, fill it out and send it in with your payment.  We welcome all new and returning members!

Small Mooring Ball Field for Cruisers
Front row parking for larger trailer sailers
Hand launch dinghy park at White Pelican Park
Lake Newell Resort


Special Thanks to the 
Brooks Volunteer Fire Department
for their help at our annual Prairie Wind Regatta!



Thanks to our Sponsors Listed Below

Brooks Water Pure and Simple




 

       



Calendar of Events

The club purchased two better quality kayaks recently for training and re-sale.  Contact Larry/Betty VanPypen for info.  vanpypen 'at' cciwireless.ca 
The best season for kayaking is approaching fast.  If you are interested in learning more about this popular pastime and learning from some very experienced kayakers contact Larry or Betty.  Small donation required.  Picture and more info on windsurfing/kayaking page.

Thank you to all who came out Saturday for the Corn Cob Regatta. Special thanks to Amy and Kieran Mills for setting up the "scrabble" scramble. Everyone seemed to enjoy the sailing, the game and of course the great potluck after. Combing points from the actual regatta finish order plus the points from the Scrabble game, first place went to Bette Van Pypen, second to John Cormack and third to Mike Sonnie.


Wednesday night sailing/windsurfing/kayaking start date is June 17th running on certain Wednesdays through to last Wednesday of August.  Certain Sunday afternoons as well.

Windsurf Clinic Saturday Sept 5th 1-4:30pm

contact dsnell 'at' eidnet.org  for info.


Fall cleanup is slated for Sept 23 this year which falls on a Wednesday, Even though it is a regular school and work day please come out if you can for even an hour or two.We would like to get the boats winterized as well as the clubhouse. Removing screens, emptying the water tank and cutting the grass all need to be done.


                  Consider helping the club

 by volunteering your time and record your jobs and time spent in the log book in the maintenance shed.  Collect 15 hours and get a rebate of your annual dues by $150.


Prairie Wind Regatta Success

Thanks to the efforts of members of the club another successful regatta was hosted.  The Seaspray and Fireball Nationals were completed as well.  The competitors were treated to a variety of wind conditions and on Sunday the winds were very strong.   We really appreciate the time and effort of our members and non members who help to put this on.  Results are posted on the Regatta page.






Please check our Buy and Sell tab above if you are interested in what's for sale.