Sailing in Springfield


Select Local Merchants

  • Nashalla Sailing
    Established: 2000 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 1 person Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours Brands Used: Our mini-yacht is an Aquarius 21: safe, comfortable and fun. Pro Tip: Our boat has a big cockpit, a bow sundeck and a swim ladder. Bring sunscreen, hats and smiles. Handicap Accessible: No Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Evening sails: Twin Lakes, Salisbury CT Recommended Age Group: Adults
    Read More
    Twin Lakes
    Salisbury, CT US
  • Nashalla Sailing
    Established: 2000 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 1 person Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours Brands Used: Our mini-yacht is an Aquarius 21: safe, comfortable and fun. Pro Tip: Our boat has a big cockpit, a bow sundeck and a swim ladder. Bring sunscreen, hats and smiles. Handicap Accessible: No Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Evening sails: Twin Lakes, Salisbury CT Recommended Age Group: Adults
    Read More
    254 Twin Lakes Road
    Salisbury, CT US
  • Crab Apple Whitewater
    Crab Apple Whitewater sends adventure seekers on river-bound thrill rides daily from early April through mid-October using inflatable kayaks for Class I?II rapids and larger group rafts for Class II?IV rapids. Crab Apple Whitewater charts routes through the Berkshire Mountains on rivers such as the Deerfield, making use of natural flows and daily dam releases in order to control the challenge for kayakers and rafters of all skill levels. Trips are consistent due to dam control, but vary based on interpretations of fortunes found in the guide?s tea leaves the night before. All adventurers strap on provided helmets and life jackets and attend a safety lecture prior to casting off.
    Read More
    2056 Mohawk Trl
    Charlemont, MA US
  • Club Fitness Hartford
    Hornet Marine President David Hartmann got his taste for boat design from his father, Hal, an engineer who helped create the smooth-riding deep-vee hull now included on each Hornet 17 speedboat. Today, the 17-foot seacrafts zip through the water with help from Mercury MerCruiser engines, each carrying up to five passengers perched on custom upholstery. Hornet Marine invites landlubbers on factory tours and test drives at its headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut, where a staff of nautical experts also keep ships shipshape with oil changes, detailing, and other boat-maintenance services.
    Read More
    400 Middle St
    Bristol, CT US
  • Regatta Point Community Sailing
    From its outpost on on Lake Quinsigamond, Regatta Point Community Sailing has trained recreational sailors to hit the water for more than 50 years. Since it opened in 1960, the member-based club dedicates itself to accessible, safe, and responsible boating programs that maintain a respect for the environment—another reason why the club will never try to cut corners by trading canvas sails for a bunch of gas-powered hair dryers. The staff of instructors imparts sailing fundamentals to experienced seafarers and newcomers as well as children. Three youth tracks are offered for future captains, including a ten-week summer camp, a junior membership program, and the Deckhands after-school program in the fall and spring.
    Read More
    10 N Lake Ave.
    Worcester, MA US
  • Indian River Marina
    At Indian River Marina, gentle currents of scenic tidal wetlands host kayakers of all skill levels during four-hour nautical treks. To start each paddling odyssey, guests select from a medley of vessels including tandem, convertible, and recreational kayaks before launching from the marina's shores. As bluejackets drift atop the intimate waterways, layers of blossoming frondescence volunteer leafy greens to create a flowing framework of natural surroundings. After four hours of high-fiving the gregarious tides, shellbacks return to the marina to picnic or shower away the tears of overly attached oars.
    Read More
    58 Commerce Street
    Clinton, CT US
Advertisement