Throughout its history, Indian Harbor has supported youth sailing. Today, that support takes several forms:
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Youth sailing at Indian Harbor
Testifying to the extent of Indian Harbor's commitment is the fact that the name of the national high school championship bears the name of Indian Harbor’s Commodore Clifford Mallory who organized the first high school national championship in 1930 out of Indian Harbor Yacht Club and that the Club's summer sailing program has been run since 1923.
The Club’s commitment to youth sailing extends to organizing and hosting regional and national youth regattas. Examples include the Mallory (national double-handed high school championship) and Cressy (national single-handed high school championship) Trophies and US Sailing's Youth Championship plus many regional championships and qualifiers. Plus each July, the Club hosts the annual Law Trophy Regatta and each October, the International 420 Atlantic Coast Championship. While still a ways off, the Club is excited about the possibility of celebrating 100 years of support for youth sailing with a centennial celebration regatta in 2030!
Indian Harbor also hosts numerous LISOT Sailing Team clinics and practices including the annual Carl Van Duyne Advanced Racing Clinic.