The Cayman Islands Sailing Club (CISC) is the National Sailing Authority of the Cayman Islands and accordingly governs and promotes the sport of sailing. A not-for-profit organisation, the Sailing Club was established in 1965 and was the first officially registered sporting organisation in the Cayman Islands when it started operating from the old Beach Club site (now Watercolours) on Seven Mile Beach. It relocated to its present location in Red Bay in the late 1980s and over the years its sailing programmes have grown from strength to strength.
CISC provides lessons for adults and youth, and an extensive fleet of boats is available for hire to members and non-members. CISC also hosts kids camps during the school holidays.
CISC Summer Camps
Under the instruction of CISC’s talented and caring coaching team, another generation of youngsters get an introduction to the sport of sailing whilst having fun in and on the water. CISC offers camps for age ranges 6-16 during the school holidays.
Youth Sailing Programme
The Club has an active and successful youth sailing programme, that caters for all levels of youth sailors; from their first introduction to the sport, to sailors in the Youth Racing Team(s), who represent Cayman internationally and aspire to compete at the highest level.
Dependent on service, see website for details or contact CISC directly.
• Kids Camps
• Youth Sailing Programme
• Adult Sailing Lessons
• Fleet Racing
• Boat Rental and Storage
• Social Events for Adults and Families