Sailing Class



Regattas and Events

Browse the calendar for upcoming Interlake Class Regattas and Events.

Travelers Series

The Traveler Series is a great way to improve your sailing skills and meet new people.

Founder's Cup

Friendly fleet competition between all the Interlake Class Fleets.

Find an Active Fleet Near You

Fleets are local groups of Interlake sailors who typically have weeknight or weekend racing and social activities.  Reach out and get started!


What to Expect At Your
First Regatta

Your first regatta is an exciting experience. The first thing to know about an Interlake regatta is that everyone wants to see you there. 

Before you leave, check your trailer bearings and lights at least a week beforehand. If either of these need attention you don’t want to be doing it the morning that you leave. And consider giving the Fleet Captain from the club that you are visiting a call. They can give you a heads up on anything that you should know. Find a good crew, perhaps some of the experienced sailors in your fleet, and hit the road!

When you arrive, let someone know that you are there and that it is your first regatta. Other Interlake sailors will be happy to help you make the day or weekend a success.

What do I need to do to sail at the National Championships?

The Interlake National Championship (often referred to as “Nationals”) is the biggest event of the year and, in addition to being a celebration of Interlakes and the people that sail them, it is where we crown our National Champion each year.  But Nationals is for everyone, and we encourage you to go. 

To sail at Nationals you must be a current member of the Interlake Class Sailing Association (ISCA), join or renew, register for the event for Nationals , and get your boat measured to ensure that it meets specifications. This is generally done on the day before racing starts at Nationals. If you have any questions on this, please reach out to the Chief Measurer and they will help you.

Tuning and Tips