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Benefits of being an NSA Member


  • Access for you and your guests to the air-conditioned and heated Afterdeck Activity Center with kitchen, facilities, ice, television and stereo system with a breathtaking view of the lake.

  • KBRS racing from April thru October for all skill levels and all types of boats.

  • Access to a large roofed Shelter house with grill, tables and seats for 200 people, with a most outstanding view overlooking the lake to the north and NE and NSA property.

  • A variety of social events throughout the entire year that you can find in the NSA Calendar of Events.

  • The benefit of your club being organized, built and run by its members. That means YOU actually have a voice, and a vote, in how NSA is operated.

  • But most importantly, your membership in NSA helps to support and sustain the club itself, and ties YOU in a meaningful way to the other members. This is the essence of the camaraderie all club members enjoy.

  • Further explanation of member benefits and responsibilities are found in the NSA Yearbook under Club By-Laws

Membership Application

Wet Slip, Mooring & Yard Space Application

Dues and Fees

Thank you for considering membership with the Ninnescah Sailing Association. Download the NSA Membership Application form and lease agreement, fill out and mail to:

Ninnescah Sailing Association
P.O. Box 1587
Wichita, Kansas 67201

2019 Fees:

Initiation Fee $107.50

Annual Dues

Active Member $430.00

Junior Member* $26.88

(Initiation fee and dues include 7.5% sales tax. Dues are discounted to half after August 1)

Wet Slip Fee

Class 1: $525

Class 2: $705

Class 3: $775

Class 4: $875

Class 5: $935

Yard Space Fee

10’ Wide: $182.50

12’ Wide: $247.50

15’ Wide: $272.50

Mooring Fee

Annual Fee: $262.50


Members often encounter situations that call for a solution outside their comfort zone. This is frustrating when you have little time, and/or don't know who to ask for assistance. To help, NSA has a Mentorship Program through which a new member may request assignment to a mentor to guide them. For new members, this relationship could last through their first year's activities at NSA. Current members can also request a mentor for a number of specific topics.

Some questions can be answered by referral to the Yearbook. Others, such as those listed below may require verbal response, or demonstration. That's where a mentor becomes important.

How do I:

  • Trim a sail

  • Enter/leave a slip

  • Raft up

  • Drop/pull anchor

  • Get ungrounded

  • Secure your boat in storage yard, slip, mooring

  • Leave a beached boat overnight

  • Participate in a fun regatta (KBRS, social)

  • Night sail

  • Handle sudden winds on Cheney Lake

  • Man overboard procedures

  • Boat maintenance

  • Operate certain equipment

Contact the Past Commodore at or the Mentor Program Facilitator for more information. 



We'd love to hear from you

Please use the form below if you have any questions or requests concerning NSA.

We will respond to your message as quickly as possible. 

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Ninnescah Sailing Association

P.O. Box 1587

Wichita KS, 67201