|San Juan 21
The SanJuan 21 Fleet website
2018 looks like it might be the year when 21 SanJuan 21 sailboats line up each week for the Wednesday Night Racing Series.
The SanJuan 21 is the most active fleet at Glenmore and typically race with a main sail, jib, and spinnaker with a crew of three.
These trailerable keelboats weigh approx. 1,400 pounds and are easily towed to and sailed on other lakes.For the recreational sailor, these are easily launched and the large cockpit comfortably seats 6 or eight adults for an afternoon or evening sail.
Our sailors place top three at the SJ21 North American Regatta.
The Fireball Fleet website
|The Fireball is a one-design high-performance sailing dinghy sailed by a crew of two, and sports a single trapeze, symmetric spinnaker and chined hull.
The Fireball is a highly competitive dinghy, with large fleets worldwide and state, national, continental and world championships held annually. Competitors of all ages help make this class enjoyable for everyone.
Glenmore Sailing club has produced North American and Canadian champions several times, and even a 7th place finish at the World Championships.
||The Laser is a popular small sailing dinghy. The design of this boat emphasizes simplicity and performance.
The Laser is one of the most popular single-handed dinghies in the world. By 2010, the number of boats produced was approaching 200,000... this is attributed it being robust and simple to rig and sail.
The Laser also provides very competitive racing due to the very tight class association controls which eliminate differences in hull, sails and equipment.
For women and smaller sailors, there is a smaller sail (the Laser Radial) which can be used with the standard Laser hull to create a whole new boat.
These boats are also used as cottage boats to putter around in for a afternoon by one or maybe two people.
Glenmore Sailing Club has produced several top ranking Laser sailors, at Provincial, National and International competitions, in both youth and open competition. In 2013 GSC instructor Nick Hamel won the bronze medal at the Canada Summer Games.
||One of the most popular sailboats for youth, the Optimist is easy to learn and sail, even for the youngest child.
The Optimist is a small, single-handed sailing dinghy intended for use by children up to the age of 15. It is one of the most popular sailing dinghies in the world (130,000+ boats).
The small boats train the champions. Very small children are sometimes "doubled up" (one steers and one controls the sail) but usually the boats are sailed individually. This is a great sailboat for youth to gain confidence and develop / improve skills.
| Martin 16
||The Martin 16 is a breakthrough in small boat design. The weighted keel makes it a very safe boat for people with severe disabilities. The high lift keel makes the boat very stable, trailer launching is simple and the boat can be easily rigged by one person.
The inherent stability of the boat, along with the adjustable seating and specialized control systems make the Martin 16 truly accessible to all physically challenged sailors. It is also a lively performance boat for able bodied sailors, this promotes the goal of integrated sailing for recreation and competition.
| X Class
||GSC always welcomes people to come out and race whatever boat they have. This could include 505's, Wayfarers, CL 16's, Sea Sprays, Y-Flyers, Sunfish, Santana 20, J80... you name it, our club has had it on the start line!