Sebago Regattas 2015

Sebago 1

July 17, 18, 19

Sebago 2

August 21, 22, 23


We would love to have you come join us for one or all of the Sebago weekends. This is a great place for any new sailors to come out and start to get competitive. There's never a nasty surf to sail through and no need to wash your boat down at the end of the weekend. Here at Sebago Lake, we race PHRF open class racing which provides a means for any type of beach catamaran to race each other based on a timed handicap system. We race Saturday and Sunday around the buoys or set a long distance race around the islands. A committee boat sets the course and keeps time. We quit early enough so that you can get in a nice pleasure sail afterward . On Monday, it's all fun, sometimes sailing across the lake for ice cream..During the evenings we sit around the campfire toasting marshmallows and telling sailing stories. Arrive early on Friday and leave late on Mondy for that additional sailing pleasure. Leaving Monday also helps beat the Sunday evening rush south. Come and spend the weekend with a bunch of friendly cat sailors who just love the sport.


From NH, MA and points South
Take the Maine Turnpike (I95/I495) to exit 11 (Gray). Take ME Route 115 West to ME Route 302 North for several miles through Windham & Raymond. A few miles past the big swing, look for signs to Sebago Lake State Park and take left onto State Park Road for a couple more miles where you will find the entrance for Sebago Lake State Park Songo Beach and Day use area. (If you cross the river by the locks, go back east.) This is also the site for group camping. At the toll both, tell them that you are with the Catamaran Racing Association of Northern New England or Prindle Fleet 80 and they should let you proceed to the group site. Follow this road for about a mile. When you pass the Rangers Cabin on the right, the boat launch will be coming up on the right shortly after. Drop your boat here and proceed to the next right where the Lagoon group campsites are. We typically have sites L1 & L2 which are after the bathroom on the right. If you are staying until Monday, try to stay in L1 where if you are leaving Sunday, stay in L2.

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Sebago Lake 2011

Another beautiful day on Lake Sebago with the winds coming out of the East at about 12 knots. Great competition at the starts as usual making for another spectacular event.