The Hamburger Segel-Club (Hamburger Sailing Club) (HSC), is one of the oldest and most active sailing clubs in Germany. This club is located by the shores of the Alster, in the heart of the harbor city of Hamburg and is one of the organizers of the Kiel Week together with the Yacht Club of Kiel, the Verein Seglerhaus am Wannsee and the Norddeutscher Regattaverein. Taking place in the Bay of Kiel, this annual event is one of the largest and most prestigious sailing regattas in the world.
The HSC also assists the Yacht Club of Lübeck and the Norddeutscher Regattaverein in the organization of the Travemünder Woche.
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