At the core of the club activity is a wide variety of sailing from beginners’ training through competitive racing to leading edge boat development.
If you are keen to just try sailing or want to pit your skills against some of the best sailors in the country, we have an activity for you.
For absolute beginners or for those seeking to improve their skills, we have a wide variety of formal and informal training.
Visit our Sailing School area to learn more.
There is racing at the club from March to end December. This includes fleet and handicap racing on weekends and evenings.
Visit our Racing Calendar to see what is coming up.
For those who want to potter or strike out for a local port, there are a groups of members who love nothing more.
Visit our Cruising section to join in the fun.
Friday Night Family Sailing & Women On Water
From May to July we run informal support Friday Night sailing sessions aimed at encouraging everyone to enjoy being at the BSC beach and enjoying the simple pleasures of messing about in boats. The sessions are timed to coincide with evening high tides and there are special opportunities from women to get afloat as part of the National This Girl Can programme.
Visit our Friday Night Family Fun and Women on Water page to find out more.
Leading edge development
If you love an adrenaline buzz and you have a technical bias we have an active group of developers.
Read more under Technical Development.
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Spring 1 & TC White cup
Bob Watts Pursuit