Fleets

These sailboat classes have active fleets at White Rock Lake:

Butterfly

  • LOA (length overall): 12′ 2″
  • LWL (length at waterline): 11′ 11″
  • Beam (width): 54″
  • Hull Weight: 135 lbs.
  • Sail Area: 75 sq. ft.
  • Mast Height: 18′ (breaks into 2-9′ sections for travel/storage)
  • Description: Butterfly Fleet 20 sails out of the White Rock Boat Club and CSC. The Butterfly is a 12′ cat-rigged scow which is usually sailed by one person. They race on Saturdays year round.
  • Fleet: These sailboat classes have active fleets at White Rock Lake:

Butterfly

LOA (length overall): 12′ 2″

LWL (length at waterline): 11′ 11″

Beam (width): 54″

Hull Weight: 135 lbs.

Sail Area: 75 sq. ft.

Mast Height: 18′ (breaks into 2-9′ sections for travel/storage)

Description: Butterfly Fleet 20 sails out of the White Rock Boat Club and CSC. The Butterfly is a 12′ cat-rigged scow which is usually sailed by one person. They race on Saturdays year round.

Fleet Info: http://fleet20.blogspot.com/

Laser

LOA (length overall): 13′ 4″

LWL (length at waterline): 12′ 6″

Beam (width): 4′ 8″

Hull Weight: 130 lbs.

Sail Area: 76 sq. ft.

Mast Height: 20′ 1”

Description: Lasers are again being raced at White Rock Lake out of both CSC and the White Rock Boat Club. They race on Saturday mornings year round and also on Wednesday evenings in the summer.

Fleet Info: https://sites.google.com/site/dallaslasersailing/

Sunfish

LOA (length overall): 13′ 10″

LWL (length at waterline): 13′ 5″

Beam (width): 4′ 1″

Hull Weight: 120 lbs.

Sail Area: 75 sq. ft.

Mast Height: 15′

Description: The Sunfish participate in the Wednesday evening and Saturday racing. The Sunfish sail out of WRBC and CSC. The Sunfish are regular participants in the Texas Sunfish Racing Circuit

Fleet Info: http://www.sunfishclass.org

Flying Scot

LOA (length overall): 19′

LWL (length at waterline): 18′ 6″

Beam (width): 6′ 9″

Hull Weight: 850 lbs.

Sail Area (main&jib): 191 sq. ft.

Sail Area (spinnaker): 200 sq. ft.

Mast Height: 28′

Description: The Flying Scot is a 19′ sloop rigged boat with a main, jib and spinnaker. With a crew of two or three, the Flying Scot is a stable, fast boat ideal for both Sunday racing and family daysailing. These guys race on Sunday afternoons at the lake.

Fleet Info: http://www.fssa.com/

Vanguard 15

LOA (length overall): 15′ 3″

LWL (length at waterline): 15′

Beam (width): 5″ 6′

Hull Weight: 190 lbs.

Sail Area: 127 sq. ft.

Mast Height: 19′ 9″

Description: The Vanguard 15 is a popular sloop sailed by two people. This boat has a large racing heritage with fleets around the country.

Fleet Info: http://www.v15.org

Day Sailor

LOA (length overall): 16′ 9″

LWL(length at waterline): 15′ 5″

Beam (width): 6′ 3″

Hull Weight: 580 lbs.

Sail Area (main&jib): 145 sq. ft.

Sail Area (spinnaker): 95 sq. ft.

Mast Height: 22′ 6″

Description: The DaySailer is, quite naturally, for day sailing. But we think it is also for fleet sails, long or short, large company or small; for shared year ’round fun. A Day Sailer is durable, stable and seaworthy, easy to trailer and easy to rig, launch & sail.

Lightning

LOA (length overall): 19′

LWL (length at waterline): 15′ 4″

Beam (width): 6′ 6 “

Hull Weight: 700 lbs.

Sail Area (main&jib): 177 sq. ft.

Sail Area (spinnaker): 300 sq. ft.

Mast Height: 26′ 2″

Description: The Lightning is a 19′ sloop with a main, jib and spinnaker. At 700 lbs, it is a comfortable daysailer with a active international racing program. Lightnings race on Sundays.

Fleet Info: http://www.lightningclass.org/

Optimist Pram

LOA (length overall): 7′ 9″

LWL (length at waterline): 7′

Beam (width): 3′ 8″

Hull Weight: 77 lbs.

Sail Area: 35 sq. ft.

Mast Height: 7′ 5″

Description: The Optimist is used as the entry level pram in the CSC youth sailing program. A great boat to learn the basics of sailing.

Fleet Info: http://www.usoda.org/index.html

Snipe

LOA (length overall): 15′ 6″

LWL (length at waterline): 13’ 6″

Beam (width): 5′

Hull Weight: 381 lbs

Sail Area: 128 sq. ft.

Mast Height: 21′ 5″

Description: The very first chartered Snipe Fleet (# 1) originated at White Rock Lake in 1934 and now calls the CSC home. The Snipe is a 15-1/2 ft. sloop weighing 381 pounds with serious “go-fast” controls which have attracted racing sailors world-wide. Very tight one-design class rules and superior construction requirements mean these boats remain very competitive for years. The Snipes race Saturdays, year around.

Fleet Info: http://www.dalsail.com/TexasSnipe/InternationalSnipeClass-Texas.htm

 

Laser

  • LOA (length overall): 13′ 4″
  • LWL (length at waterline): 12′ 6″
  • Beam (width): 4′ 8″
  • Hull Weight: 130 lbs.
  • Sail Area: 76 sq. ft.
  • Mast Height: 20′ 1”
  • Description: Lasers are again being raced at White Rock Lake out of both CSC and the White Rock Boat Club. They race on Saturday mornings year round and also on Wednesday evenings in the summer.
  • Fleet Info: https://sites.google.com/site/dallaslasersailing/

Sunfish

  • LOA (length overall): 13′ 10″
  • LWL (length at waterline): 13′ 5″
  • Beam (width): 4′ 1″
  • Hull Weight: 120 lbs.
  • Sail Area: 75 sq. ft.
  • Mast Height: 15′
  • Description: The Sunfish participate in the Wednesday evening and Saturday racing. The Sunfish sail out of WRBC and CSC. The Sunfish are regular participants in the Texas Sunfish Racing Circuit
  • Fleet Info: http://www.sunfishclass.org

Flying Scot

  • LOA (length overall): 19′
  • LWL (length at waterline): 18′ 6″
  • Beam (width): 6′ 9″
  • Hull Weight: 850 lbs.
  • Sail Area (main&jib): 191 sq. ft.
  • Sail Area (spinnaker): 200 sq. ft.
  • Mast Height: 28′
  • Description: The Flying Scot is a 19′ sloop rigged boat with a main, jib and spinnaker. With a crew of two or three, the Flying Scot is a stable, fast boat ideal for both Sunday racing and family daysailing. These guys race on Sunday afternoons at the lake.
  • Fleet Info: http://www.fssa.com/

Vanguard 15

  • LOA (length overall): 15′ 3″
  • LWL (length at waterline): 15′
  • Beam (width): 5″ 6′
  • Hull Weight: 190 lbs.
  • Sail Area: 127 sq. ft.
  • Mast Height: 19′ 9″
  • Description: The Vanguard 15 is a popular sloop sailed by two people. This boat has a large racing heritage with fleets around the country.
  • Fleet Info: http://www.v15.org

Day Sailor

  • LOA (length overall): 16′ 9″
  • LWL(length at waterline): 15′ 5″
  • Beam (width): 6′ 3″
  • Hull Weight: 580 lbs.
  • Sail Area (main&jib): 145 sq. ft.
  • Sail Area (spinnaker): 95 sq. ft.
  • Mast Height: 22′ 6″
  • Description: The DaySailer is, quite naturally, for day sailing. But we think it is also for fleet sails, long or short, large company or small; for shared year ’round fun. A Day Sailer is durable, stable and seaworthy, easy to trailer and easy to rig, launch & sail.

Lightning

  • LOA (length overall): 19′
  • LWL (length at waterline): 15′ 4″
  • Beam (width): 6′ 6 “
  • Hull Weight: 700 lbs.
  • Sail Area (main&jib): 177 sq. ft.
  • Sail Area (spinnaker): 300 sq. ft.
  • Mast Height: 26′ 2″
  • Description: The Lightning is a 19′ sloop with a main, jib and spinnaker. At 700 lbs, it is a comfortable daysailer with a active international racing program. Lightnings race on Sundays.
  • Fleet Info: http://www.lightningclass.org/

Optimist Pram

  • LOA (length overall): 7′ 9″
  • LWL (length at waterline): 7′
  • Beam (width): 3′ 8″
  • Hull Weight: 77 lbs.
  • Sail Area: 35 sq. ft.
  • Mast Height: 7′ 5″
  • Description: The Optimist is used as the entry level pram in the CSC youth sailing program. A great boat to learn the basics of sailing.
  • Fleet Info: http://www.usoda.org/index.html

Snipe

  • LOA (length overall): 15′ 6″
  • LWL (length at waterline): 13’ 6″
  • Beam (width): 5′
  • Hull Weight: 381 lbs
  • Sail Area: 128 sq. ft.
  • Mast Height: 21′ 5″
  • Description: The very first chartered Snipe Fleet (# 1) originated at White Rock Lake in 1934 and now calls the CSC home. The Snipe is a 15-1/2 ft. sloop weighing 381 pounds with serious “go-fast” controls which have attracted racing sailors world-wide. Very tight one-design class rules and superior construction requirements mean these boats remain very competitive for years. The Snipes race Saturdays, year around.
  • Fleet Info: http://www.dalsail.com/TexasSnipe/InternationalSnipeClass-Texas.htm