Welcome to Nagawicka Lake Yacht Club! New Members welcome who share an interest in sailing or learning the skill of race management.
Nagawicka Lake Yacht Club was established in 1895 exclusively for sailboats. We are based on the shore of Nagawicka Lake in Delafield, Wisconsin with a quaint lake-side club house. The club has an active membership that are involved in sailing for pleasure and competition, with a racing program that has over 80 races scheduled each season. Our club races OPTI, X Boat, MC Scow, C Scow and E Scow. A range of instructional programs are offered to both adults and children and for the experienced or novice sailor. The atmosphere is friendly and informal. Today, the fine facilities, excellent racing program, and frequent club social activities combine to offer a wholesome family experience.
Nagawicka Sailors Compete in Local Regattas
2014 X Inland Gull Lake, Minnesota
Five X boats headed to Gull Lake to compete in the X Inland. Both the Senior and Junior Fleets competed in 8 races allowing for one throwout. Carson Heinze and crew Will Perry were the only Junior Fleet members from Nag placing 20th out of 39 sailors. Alex Keck (Malloy Murphy) was the top Senior finisher for Nagawicka in 9th, Jack & Marissa Tegeder placed 25th, Tessa Lux (Maddie Crucius) 28th and Myles Murphy (Alex Crucius) 32nd.
Lots of exciting sailing for Nagawicka this week! Early in the week Lake Geneva had it's Dingyfest. 3 of our X fleet went, with Alex Keck finishing 13th, Myles Murphy in 35th and Carson Heinze in 46th. There was big wind at the Dingyfest for the Opti fleet, but Henry Chapman sailed through it to a first place. Other Nagawicka sailors who braved the wind were Lindsey McClean (25), Mary-Grace Hegberg (26) and David Hegberg (29). Over the weekend, Henry Chapman placed first at the USODA Team trials in Sheboygan and his sister Olivarose came in 15 out of 58 boats! Toby Lux won his first regatta at the TRAC (Training Regatta at Cedar), with Marissa Tegeder sailing a 6th and Maddie Crucius a 9th in the Blue fleet. And our home boy Ryan Grosch came in 4th at the MC Invite in Okoboji. Go Team Nag!
July 7th and 8th three Nagawicka X teams headed to Lake Geneva for the GLSS regatta. Day 1 started with two light wind races and one following lunch with a bit more breeze. Day 2 was racing in big wind and big waves! Alex Keck and Toby Lux placed 13th overall, N-113 Murphy/Crucius (35th), N-24 Heinze/Perry (46th)
Team N-181 Wins X Quad - Beulah
Alex Keck with crew Toby Lux won the first and third races of the four race regatta placing second and sixth in the race #2 and #4. Team 181 won the regatta with a total of 10 points over second place Nick Rusher from Cedar who scored 22 pts. Carson Heinze started off the regatta with a fourth place finish, but had trouble jibing in the big breezes of day 2 and ended up tipping in race #4. N-24 Carson and William Perry placed 15th followed closely by N-73 Jack and Marissa Tegeder (17th), N-6 Tessa Lux and Maddie Crucius (18th), N-113 Myles Murphy and Alex Crucius (20th) and N-14 Dan and Mary Grace Hegberg (27th). A great two days of sailing!
MC Wisconsin Championship
Four Nagawicka sailors took place in the first MC Wisconsin Championship on Cedar Lake in a fleet of 51. Ethan Heinze (crew Myles Murphy) was the top junior skipper placing 14th overall. Michele Heinze (crew DJ Jaessing) was the top female skipper placing 20th. Todd Sternamann was 22nd and Jeff Moylan (Cyndy Molylan crew) was 29th.
Opti Sailors compete at LOPN on Pewaukee and Beulah Fun Regatta
The Nagawicka Opti Sailing team has been busy this season. At the LOPN Henry Chapman sailed a perfect regatta and finished 1st overall! Other sailors included Toby Lux (6), Marissa Tegeder (9), Mary Grace Hegberg (10), David Hegberg (12), and Maddie Crucius (17).
The Beulah Opti Sailing School Regatta was plagued by lack of wind. The judges got them out for one race, and lots of fun was had on shore. Representing Team Nag were Marissa Tegeder, Mary Grace Hegberg, David Hegberg, Maddie Crucius, Toby Lux, Henry and Oliviarose Chapman and Lindsey McLean.
Nagawicka Takes Two Firsts at the TRAP!
Alex Keck (N-181) with crew Toby Lux placed first in the Senior fleet
Henry Chapman (N-68) with crew Oliviarose Chapman placed first in the Junior fleet and first overall.
Nagawicka's other sailors included N-73 Jack Tegeder in 45th, N-6 Tessa Lux in 46th, and N-113 Myles Murphy in 54th. Congratulations Team Nag!
MC Challenge: June 21st on Oconomowoc Lake
6th: Todd Sternamann (winner of Race #1)
9th: Michele Heinze
14th: Ethan Heinze
15th: Tom Tegeder
Nancy Tegeder and Hardy Lux also competed
LOPN Optimist regatta: June 19th on Pewaukee Lake
1st: Henry Chapman
6th: Toby Lux
9th: Marissa Tegeder
10th: MaryGrace Hegberg
12th: David Hegberg
17th: Maddie Crucius