Training at Bexhill Sailing Club

 

 

“Learn to Sail” is open to adults over 18 with little or no previous experience. There is no upper age limit, but a reasonable level of fitness is necessary. The course leads to the RYA Level 1 and 2 Certificate, recognised throughout the world of saiing. You get free use of the Club boats after completing the course, up to the end of the season. Then you get free use of the boats again for the following year if you re-join the Club afterwards.

Training for under 18s is provided by our Cadet Section  and email cadets@bexhillsailing.club

Powerboat Training to RYA Level 2 and Safety Boat courses are available now.

Dates are:

Saturday 12th August – Powerboat 1
Saturday 23rd September and Saturday 7th October – Safety Boat
Saturday 21st October and Saturday 4th November – Powerboat 2

Please download the booking form below and email it to sailtraining@bexhillsailing.club or call in when the club is open.

PB Level 1 Booking form 2017

Powerboat Level 2 Booking Form 2017

Safety Boat Booking Form 2017

Richard Eagleton
Sail Training Principal

Bexhill Sailing Club,
De La Warr Parade,
Bexhill,
TN40 1LA.

Phone: 01424 212906
Email: sailtraining@bexhillsailing.club

 

News

  • Surf, sea, and then sailing

    Surf, sea, and then sailing

    Sundays Autumn series races 5 and 6 ran back to back. Just as well, what with heavy surf to get your dinghy to break through off the beach, then quite a swell meant only one launch for two races. 17 boats took to the water, including novice Lee Roberts, who is really getting the feel …More »

  • BSC Sailors success!

    BSC Sailors success!

    The sail training skipper Richard Eagleton disappeared to Scotland and took 2nd place in the Scottish Europe Championship, before returning to Highcliffe and joining Neil Smith at the UK Europe Nationals where he was 3rd and Neil 16th. Well done to them both. The Club also had success in the East Sussex Coastal Champs, the …More »

  • Tough Conditions faced by the brave few

    Tough Conditions faced by the brave few

    Tough Conditions faced by the brave few Sadly no sailing was possible on Sunday when the Class Cup races were due to come to a head together with the opener for the Autumn Series. Big seas and wind gusts did not prevent 9 boats seeking victory on Saturday however. Still of those 9 the difficulties …More »

  • The long awaited Novices Regatta

    The long awaited Novices Regatta

    The long awaited Novices Regatta took place this weekend. More experienced sailors were free to also partake but suffered a serious time handicap to add to any normal shortcomings! With very different conditions on each day, the sailors techniques were thoroughly tested over 4 races, with an interesting climax as race 4 finished. 4 dinghies …More »

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