May 19 Sunset Results


With temperatures hovering about 20 degrees and winds 10 knots gusting to 15 no one could complain about much of anything tonight.  10 boats on the line.  5 races completed.  Thanks to Jaime and Carol Hogan for running the evening.

Looking at this chart it is interesting to note the trends – while most racers were consistent in the first 4 races, something happened in the last race that turned results upside down…lower pressure is my guess. Please visit the Regatta page for tabulated details of tonight’s result…

May 12 Sunset Results


Well the 2010 Sunset Series got off to a great start.  The weather cooperated wonderfully with 19 degrees and 10 knots of breeze. 13 boats on the line including fleets of Lasers and Radials and one 4.7.  Thanks to Bill Hogan and Dick White who ran race committee.  5 races were completed setting the stage for a great season to come.

For clarification of these results please Click Here.

BSSC’s New Change House!

General Information

Thanks to Everyone at Kelsey, Brad’s Towing and BSSC!!

Please Visit the online BSSC Photo Gallery to see more full size pics of the Change House and it’s delivery and installation at the site.

BSSC Sailing Lessons for 2010

Sailing School

Dates have been set for the BSSC 2010 Sailing School. They will be held over the course of 4 evenings June 16/17 and June 23/24.  All ages and skill levels are welcome.  For more information please visit the Sailing Lessons page of this website. The Registration form is available for download HERE. Registration deadline is June 9th, 2010.

Open Executive Positions


Happy New Year fellow club members! We would like to begin preparations for the new year and would like to send out an invitation to all members to consider becoming a member of the executive committee of the club. We have two positions opening this year; they are Commodore, and Harbor Master. We would love to have a new or veteran member fill the positions so send an email to John Barry if you have questions or send an email to make your intensions known. All persons running will need to attend the Annual General meeting on January 9 and be nominated during the meeting. Member participation is needed to run the club efficiently and will lowered load on existing executive members. Take the challenge and don’t feel unqualified if you have limited experience or are a new member.

Thanks to all of you and have a happy New Year.

John Barry
Blackstrap Sailing Club