Welcome to the Grosse Pointe Sail Club

Welcome to the new look of the GPSC Website

Our Credo

To encourage and promote sailing, boating, racing, safe navigation and good seamanship; to foster good sportsmanship and competition in sail racing; and to encourage camaraderie and fraternity among persons interested in sailing and boating.

About the GPSC

The Grosse Pointe Sail Club was founded in 1948 when the City of Grosse Pointe Park invited a dozen sailing enthusiasts to establish a sailing club at the city’s Windmill Pointe Park.

Located at the head of the Detroit River, Windmill Pointe Park and its marina provide an ideal venue for conducting sailboat races. The club’s Tuesday Evening Sundown Series, begun in 1961, is the longest running open racing competition on the lake, drawing hundreds of sailors every Tuesday night throughout the summer.

With its location at the junction of the Detroit River and Lake St. Clair, the Windmill Pointe Park main pier offers spectators an excellent view of both the starts and finishes of the Sundown Races and other club sponsored race events.

Meet the 2019 Commodore Team

2019 GPSC Commodore Team
Commodore  Michael Sherwood (pictured 1st Left)
Vice Commodore  Andrew Morlan (pictured 2nd Left)
Rear Commodore  Stephen Walker (pictured 2nd Right)
Past Commodore  Fred Chapman (pictured 1st Right)

2019 Calendar of Upcoming Events