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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

Pyefleet Week 2018 Splits Confirmed

The fleet splits for Learning & Skills Solutions Pyefleet Week 2018 are confirmed as follows: Group A Fast Handicap Laser Handicap Medium Handicap Slow Handicap Mirror Group B Asymetric (Fast) handicap RS700 BOD Parent & child Cadet Handicap Group A starts off Sunday morning and group B Sunday afternoon then alternating

Published 1:02pm on 19 May 2018

The Great BSC Fundraising Bake Off

Calling all BSC bakers - we need your help! Please help us raise funds for the new start hut by baking some of your favourite cakes for our Great BSC Bake Off and Cake Sale on Regatta Sunday 3 June at 11am. From tiffin to tray bakes, cupcakes to Victoria sponges and fruit cake to fairy cakes all donations will be welcome. If it's easier bake ahead and freeze your cakes

Published 10:45am on 18 May 2018

Regatta Weekend Ahead - Can You Help?

June 2 and 3 sees Brightlingsea in full on festive mode as we celebrate the 2018 Brightlingsea Regatta. As always there will be a host of fun activities on offer at the club and we will be open to the public throughout the weekend. People to help put up two marquees at 6pm on Thursday 31 May (one is our new club marquee for the front of the club house and the

Published 7:07pm on 17 May 2018

Sailing Committee Update May 2018

Here is Vice Commodore Sailing Simon Redfearn's update on the May 2018 Sailing Committee Meeting: Sailing instructions will be changed to limit the number of starts in our pursuit races. We have reduced the starts from 49 to 25 by grouping together at 30second intervals and by removing some dinghies from our list. This summer we will be trialling the use of a RIB as a Start Boat so that more races can

Published 10:38am on 15 May 2018

Upcoming events

May 15Jul 17

Cadet Sailing

May 24

4th Thursday Pursuit

May 25

Friday Family Fun & Women On W…

May 26

First Aid course

Training room booked by Craig Bond for 12 people from 09:30
May 26

Transition Squad

Transition Squad training to develop racing skills and techniques
May 26

6th May Mugs

May 27

Round the Islands (Henley Trop…

May 28

Midgeley Salver Handicap

May 29Jun 1

Youth RYA Level 1 and 2/Start…

A four day Youth Start Racing and combined RYA Level
May 29

Youth RYA Level 1 and 2/Start…

A four day Youth Start Racing and combined RYA Level

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