2016 AGM Cadet Report CADETS at BSC 2017 Cadets meet on most Thursday evenings plus some weekend sessions from April until mid-September, from 6 til 9pm. Our registration evening this year is Thursday March 30th 6-8pm when we’ll give you all the information you need to join in. A parent guardian needs to come along …More »
Whilst some of us where rescuing capsized boats, many were on the lawns of the De La Warr for the Festival Of The Sea. The club also turned up to show people how to enjoy the sea. We brought along a 2000 to show what people new to sailing would experience. You could also see …More »
As winter start many sailors stop sailing, however the sailing doesn’t stop for the Bexhill Cadet Team! Piers, Felix and Oliver, part of the amazing cadet team, went up to Bough Beech for some intense sail training where they learnt about perfecting their roll tacks and learning about it’s benefits. Then Felix and Piers carried …More »
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Hi Team You may or may not be aware that the way in which the club organises duties is changing. The old watch system is being replaced by an online system which you will log into and choose the duties you wish to do. These will be allocated on a first come first serve basis. Many …More »
Important update on ‘Watches’. See the latest update on how our system of ‘Watches’ will be changing with the introduction of the Dutyman system
TEN of Bexhill’s finest young sailors travelled to the immaculate Queen Mary’s Sailing Club, Middlesex, for 2 days of high level completion against the cream of South East England’s Zone Squad Team.Racing took place at the far end of the lake, over a mile from the club house on the 700 acre expanse of fresh sparkling …More »
The Cadet team from Bexhill Sailing Club retained the Youth Federation Trophy with a closely fought battle with Newhaven & Seaford SC at Piddinghoe Lake. Strong winds and surf at Hastings and Bexhill meant a rapid change of venue, and 12 Bexhill sailors trooped across to inland water to defend their honour. Sailors raced in …More »