Mascoma Sailing Club

The Mascoma Sailing Club  is
located on South Main Street, Enfield, next to the Northern Rail Trail on Mascoma Lake.

Our mission is to make the sport of sailing affordable for everyone. We are also dedicated to introducing people to the sport of sailing at no cost through our Thursday evening sloop events, and we especially encourage residents of Enfield to sail with us. Contact us if you want explore sailing!

The club is open from May until the end of October. Members who own boats are able to leave them at the club, using shore facilities or Club moorings. The Club also owns sailboats that are available to members who are experienced sailors.

Sloop races are held according to the interest among the membership. Through an affiliation with the Northeast Sailing Association, members may participate in NSA-sanctioned regattas held throughout northern New England.

Those who join the Club can make use of the Club's two Javelin, a Rhodes 19, and two Lasers on dollies, provided that one is a qualified skipper who has had an orientation to the boats. Membership forms and boat use policies can be found in the set of links in the left column of this Web page.

For more information, please contact:

Sally Sharp (smsharp66@gmail.com) or

Bill Fontaine (wfon55@gmail.com)


The Sailing Club includes Enfield residents among its members, and as a Club, we try to give back to the community that has been so welcoming to us.


The Sailing Club aspires to be a community resource that provides a way for interested Enfield residents to explore the sport of sailing. 

  • Join us for our Thursday evening sailing events during the summer. In 2018 we had thirty two individuals attend one or more times.
  • Hosting "Women Can Sail" events for Enfield and area residents.
  • Summer Youth Sailing Programs are available to Enfield students by registering through Mascoma Valley Recreation
  • Participation in the Enfield Old Home Days and hosting the Old Home Days Community Sailing event.
Support for the Lakeside Park:
  • Donations by Club members to the Park's fundraising campaign
  • Contributing $2,000 a year toward the Park's maintenance
  • Participation in the Enfield Green-up events
  • Helping to fund the Lakeside Park porta-potty, in partnership with the Town and the Rail Trail
  • Contributed $3,000 toward the construction of the paved non-motorized boat launch
  • Enfield Winter Wing Ding cosponsor  with the Enfield Village Association
  • Donated to the Eagle Scout project to build the Lakeside Park kiosk
  • Club members volunteer to monitor the Lake for Eurasian milfoil, from the Lakeside Park to the mouth of the Mascoma River, and have participated in other efforts of the Mascoma Lake Association to identify milfoil for removal.

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Recent Announcements

  • 2019 Griesbach Regatta Results The Griesbach Regatta honors Ernie and Marga Griesbach, who donated the Club Rhodes 19, which is enjoyed by many. Here is a brief account of the Griesbachs and their connection ...
    Posted Aug 5, 2019, 1:39 PM by William Fontaine
  • Thursday Community Sailing - July 25th Interested in learning about sailing? Join us for our Thursday evening community sailing. You'll have an opportunity trim the sails and even spend some time at the helm if ...
    Posted Jul 24, 2019, 7:32 PM by William Fontaine
  • Enfield Old Home Days Community Sail - July 27 Mascoma Sailing Club is celebrating Enfield Old Home Days on Saturday, July 27th by hosting sailboat outings from Enfield's Mascoma Lakeside Park on a first-come, first-served basis ...
    Posted Jul 22, 2019, 8:17 PM by William Fontaine
  • Thursday evening sailing - July 18 The Mascoma Sailing Club is hosting Thursday Evening Sailing on July 18thIf you are interested in sailing and want to see what it's like, you are welcome to ...
    Posted Jul 16, 2019, 8:17 PM by William Fontaine
  • Sailstice Event postponed to Sunday June 23 Due to the forecast for Saturday, with winds expected to gust to 30, we are postponing Saturday's Sailstice event to Sunday June 23 at 2pm. 
    Posted Jun 21, 2019, 8:07 AM by William Fontaine
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