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Learn To Sail At BSC

The club’s RYA approved School runs courses throughout the season for both members and non-members wishing to take up sailing or power boating or improve their skills. Courses are offered for both adults and juniors using modern equipment and with first class tuition. All aspects of the school’s activities are regularly inspected by the RYA. Through the school, the club also engages in a range of community outreach programmes, working with local schools and charities to provide sailing opportunities to those who would not otherwise have access to such opportunities.

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Latest news

Rhys Lewis & Drew Wright Win 420 Nationals

BSC hosted the 420 National Championship over the bank holiday weekend with the club welcoming 33 teams from the UK, France, Ireland and the USA for four days of tough and highly competitive racing. Dave Charlton headed up the on the water team and despite the vagaries of the weather they are able to deliver ten races over the four days. The weather gods provided a good mix of conditions including one very light day

Published 8:06pm on 30 Aug 2018

Mike Bees And Pete Nicholson Are B14 National Champions

Many congratulations to Mike Bees and Pete Nicholson on becoming Gul B14 National Champions 2018 after a hard fought competition in Paignton. The opening two days of the three day regatta were frustratingly light, but the final day produced a moderate breeze at last and the championship went out in style with Mike and Pete becoming the latest sailors to add their names to the B14 Nationals Trophy and the BSC Honours Board.

Published 7:25am on 11 Aug 2018

Learning & Skills Solutions Pyefleet Week 2018 Results and Reports

The reports and results from Learning & Skills Solutions Pyefleet Week 2018 can be found at www.pyefleetweek.com

Published 7:21am on 11 Aug 2018

Sailing Committee Update - July 2018

Here is Vice Commodore Sailing Simon Redfearn's update on the July 2018 Sailing Committee Meeting: The Three Creek Crawl. It's easy to get lost in these backwaters so we are writing new instructions for the Three Creeks Crawl. Due to our changing environment we will be visiting Pyefleet next year and giving St Osyth creek a miss. Cadet Racing is up and running with Harry McTiernan winning the first race of the

Published 10:47am on 19 Jul 2018

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3rd Autumn Handicap

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Lipton Cup Committee boat 2 ra…

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Cat Fest Inc Tornado, F18 & Spitfire Nationals » F18 National Championships - F…

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New Members Evening

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Cat Fest Inc Tornado, F18 & Spitfire Nationals » Cat Fest Inc F18, Tornado & Sp…

Sep 30

Cat Fest Inc Tornado, F18 & Spitfire Nationals » Cat Fest Inc F18, Tornado & Sp…

Oct 6

Transition Squad

Transition Squad training to develop racing skills and techniques
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4th Autumn Handicap

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RNLI Talk & Club Supper

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