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2017-18 Sailing Season is underway

   Have you got a dinghy or windsurfer in your garage collecting dust? Why not pull it down from the rafters and join us on the lake this...
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REGISTRATION SUNDAY 27 AUG 2017

REGISTRATION DAY Sunday August 27. Come and see us at Jamieson Park, Narrabeen Lakes, from 10am.   Have you got a dinghy in your garage collecting...
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Club Boat Leasing Policy

A new information and policy document on leasing club sailing dinghies has been published.  You can read it here.
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2017-18 Sailing Program

The Sailing Program for the 2017-18 sailing season have been posted on the website.       
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Merchandise Orders

Want to look the part this sailing season? Well here is your chance to buy some NLSC merchandise! We will be again selling the polo shirts in short...
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2016-17 Sailing Program and Duty Roster

The Sailing Program and Duty Roster for the 2016-17 sailing season have been posted on the website.  Make sure you check both so you don't miss out...
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Too busy to volunteer at NLSC?

Too busy to volunteer? We totally understand because we’re all in the same boat. That’s why at NLSC, we work hard to support our volunteers so...
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111 Year Race Series - Sunday 24th January 2016

To celebrate 111 years of sailing on Narrabeen Lakes this season, NLSC is hosting a two-race series on Sunday 24th January and awarding the winner...
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Sabot Australia Day Regatta

This year marks the 180th Australia Day Regatta, making this the oldest continuously-conducted annual sailing regatta in the world. Why not be a part...
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Special sailing day at Narrabeen Lakes for Legacy families

  For the 9th successive year Narrabeen Lakes Sailing Club (NLSC) has treated a group of children aged 5 to 15 to a special morning on the water as...
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For the 9th successive year Narrabeen Lakes Sailing Club (NLSC) has treated a group of children aged 5 to 15 to a special morning on the water as part of the sailing club’s annual Sydney Legacy Sailing Day.

Every year we work with Sydney Legacy to provide young families with an opportunity to sail a range of different dinghies on Narrabeen Lakes.

After spending two hours on the water learning the ropes last Sunday (13 December), Santa arrived by boat and joined the children and their families for lunch and to hand out early Christmas gifts. They obviously enjoyed it so much that it is difficult to get them off the water, even with the promise of a visit from Santa. It is a highlight to see these young children enjoying our wonderful lake and steering a boat, often for the first time in their lives.

This year, the event received welcome support from the ship’s company of HMAS Canberra, a Landing Helicopter Dock Ship and the largest ever ship built for the Australian Defence Force.

The ship’s second in command, Commander Jason Hunter, was on hand at Narrabeen Lakes Sailing Club to help Santa provide gifts to all the children.

 

Commander Jason Hunter, NLSC Commodore Pam Wilson and Sydney Legacy President Eric Easterbrook