DULUTH SAIL & POWER SQUADRON
Duluth Sail & Power Squadron
The Duluth Sail & Power Squadron is located in Duluth, Minnesota at the Western end of beautiful Lake Superior. We are a local unit of the United States Power Squadrons®, in District 10, and are a volunteer, non-profit fraternal boating organization of men, women, and families who have a common love and appreciation of recreational boating. USPS® has about 45,000 members in almost 450 local Squadrons and is the world’s largest private boating organization. Our members contribute to their communities by promoting safe boating through Public & Member Education as well as Vessel Safety Checks. Our members boat on Lake Superior as well as the many inland lakes in Minnesota and Wisconsin. We enjoy participating with our fellow members on the water and in the classroom.
America’s Boating Club® – Duluth Squadron is headquartered in Duluth, MN and the Squadron Dock is at the Western end of beautiful Lake Superior near Allouez Bay. We are a local unit of America’s Boating Club, in District 10. We are an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit boating organization that has a common appreciation in educating, promoting and practicing safe boating and water activities. Our members are boaters and non-boaters that want to LEARN, ENGAGE and CONNECT together. America’s Boating Club® – Duluth Squadron wants to contribute to their communities by promoting safe boating and water activities through education to LEARN boating and water activity skills. We ENGAGE with boating and non-boating members and CONNECT with our community by promoting safety on the water. This is accomplished through public and member education as well as performing Vessel Safety Checks (VSC) and other community events. Our boating members enjoy Lake Superior as well as the many inland lakes in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
DSPS is all about educating the public about safety on the water, rules and regulations, and federal boating requirements. Each year DSPS will hold many classes for the public as well as promote Safe Boating week in May.