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Bexhill Sailing Club has an extensive calendar of sailing events taking place between March and November every year. It is a very active, friendly club and welcomes new members with all varieties of experience and ability.
Throughout the season there are races every weekend and extra events are often scheduled for Wednesday evenings, providing that light and tidal conditions allow.
If you are interested in trying your hand at sailing, Bexhill is certified by the Royal Yachting Association to provide tuition, with powerboat and sailing courses available to both older and younger generations.
If you would like to find out more information about joining Bexhill Sailing Club or wish to enquire about one of our sailing courses, you can contact us using the details here.
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The AGM documentation is in the links below 2019 AGM documents AGM 2019 update to proposals
The sailing season is now over and we need to batten down the hatches for the winter. Winterising is on 1st and 2nd December 9am till 12 noon. Great to see you there!
Dear Members, It’s that time of year again when the sailing is coming to an end, the annual dinner is almost upon us, and the nomination forms for next year’s committees have appeared! The club has always been run by the members, for the members, and each year there is the opportunity for people to …More »
The sailing club ended a great sea week with burning an old albacore below high water. Sea week ends with a flurry.. Friday saw Sea week conclude before the Club returns to the racing schedule. After mixed weather all week the hardy 11 boats took to the water for two back to back races starting …More »
Sunshine but no surf, thank goodness. Sailors raced on Saturday and Sunday in contrasting ways. The first race took place with low wind and glasssy sea…almost therapeutic for the helm trying to work out which direction the next slight swirl of wind was coming from. It was started from a “gate created by the start …More »
Although the wind, waves and surf rendered racing on Sunday and Monday over the Bank Holiday weekend a washout, two races on Saturday were enjoyed by a flotilla of 20 boats. The 9 Slow Fleet boats outnumbered the other fleets. In race 1 Bea Tramaseur and Peter Goodman in their venerable Miracle took first …More »
The Sea Week Blind Auction raised a total of £123.00 for our causes as follows: Mayoress’s Charity – £12 St Michael’s Hospice – £30 Surfers Against Sewage – £10 Poppy Day Appeal – £16 BSC Cadets – £55 Many thanks for all who contributed to all these worthy causes
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