Thanks for the Work Party help!

General Information

It was a light turn out on Saturday for the work party, but some of the main jobs did get done. Thanks mostly to Warren White, our Harbor Master, with help from Brian McSheffrey (our Secretary) and member Darcy Rousell for getting boats moved and the dock pulled out of the water. Not to mention the part where they disassembled and reassembled it in the correct orientation for next season! Otherwise Warren wants to remind everyone to store your boats properly for the winter so no frost or wind damage occurs. Also make sure to clearly mark all masts stored in the club house and please use a small label to indicate your locker!

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Corn Roast, Sunday August 24th!


BSSC will be holding it’s annual Corn Roast this Sunday, the 24th of August.  Corn will be roasted at 4:30PM.  Bring your own BBQ supper and we’ll provide the corn.  During the afternoon prior to the feast, informal racing will be held for anyone who is interested.  Or if you’d rather not race, just come on out and join us for a Sunday Sail!

See you on the water!

Sunday Afternoon Sailing at BSSC!

General Information

Summer is so short and what better way to really enjoy it than going for a sail on Sunday afternoons!  Join other club members at Noon every Sunday.  Rig your boat up and hit the water for a regular afternoon of sun and fun in the great outdoors.  Bring you family and friends and something to BBQ too!  If you are concerned about safety when sailing alone from the club, this is your chance to sail knowing that someone is watching and there to help you should the need arise.

First Sunday Sail will be July 13th and every subsequent Sunday thereafter through until the end of August.

2008 Sailing School Reunion – 10AM, Sunday July 13th!

Sailing School

A student information sharing morning (10AM) on Sunday July 13, 2008 is being offered to all 2008 BSSC Sailing School students. Important safety and technique items necessary for all sailors to know will be covered, followed by a lunch break and the opportunity to learn how to rig the club boats and go for an afternoon sail. For more imformation please visit the Sailing Lessons Page of this website!

John Barry, Commodore

Eb’s Sunset Series of Races – Final Results!


After 8 fun filled weeks of competition the series has come to an end and the victors awarded there loot!  Thanks to Eb’s Source for Adventure for sponsoring prizes! Congratulations to skip Kristine Coons and crewmate Ilia Rudnitsky for winning the Overall division and skip Kendal Ross with crewmate Jordan Guillon for winning the youth division.  Both winning crews were racing 29ers.  This represents a first for the sunset series in recent history with both divisions being won by double handed crews.  Standings are posted below and on the Regatta Page of this site.

Overall Trophy:
1. Kristine Coons and Ilia Rudnitsky in the 29er
2. Ben Pickford in a Laser
3. Sydney Byrns in a Radial
4. Paul Ross in a Laser
5. Pat Byrns in a Laser

Youth Trophy:
1. Kendall Ross and Jordon Guillon in the 29er
2. Tanis Byrns in a Byte/Radial
3. Payton Byrns in a Laser
4. Ilia Rudnitsky in a Laser
5. Ellen Byrns in an Optimist