Aims

Aims of the Club 
 

In an increasingly fast paced and technology driven society, our club offers a place where people come together to :-

 

  • Participate in a healthy pastime based in an outdoor environment
  • Enjoy the challenge of river based sailing that caters for a wide cross section of sailing craft, abilities and people
  • Experience social interaction and companionship that develops life long friendships
Our Five Year Direction
 

Building on our current strong base, our four major areas of focus for developing the club over the next five years will be :-

 

1.      Further improving the physical and visual amenity of the club and its facilities

2.      Achieving a further increases in fleet sizes, including the introduction of a class that caters for sailors looking for a small to medium size keel boat option

3.      Establishment of an accredited youth training facility to attract young people into sailing

4.      To undertake required maintenance of the existing assets of the club so that they are protected for the future

 



Notice Board

"Try Sailing Day"

Sun 25th Nov 2018

No prior sailing experience is required. The focus will be on fun as participants are given the opportunity to meet young sailors who already enjoy sailing as a sport, starting with club racing and with the potential to progress to state and national championships, and maybe one day the Olympics. They will learn about the Sabot class as a great introductory boat for junior sailors, either 2 up in the boat at entry level and then 1 up though to around 15 years of age. The registered kids will get to experience on-water sailing activities with expert instructors to give them a taste of just how much fun it can be to master the basic skills of sailing. There will be a free sausage sizzle for participants.

To register for particaption in Try Sailing Day, use the link below

Register here for the Try Sailing Day

 

Skiffies & Yachties Lunch 

Fri 7th Dec from 12.00pm

Guest Speaker: Michael Job

Brisbane Sailing Squadron wishes to invite past and present sailors to the 19th annual gentleman's lunch at the clubhouse on Fri 7th Dec from 12.00pm, costing $85 per head. This years event will include Michael Job as guest speaker and all funds raised from this event will be used to support junior sailing. For full details and RSVP contact details please see the flyer link below.

2018 Skiffies and Yachties Lunch

 

Next Race

Sat 10th Nov 2018

Club Race - All Classes

Notice to Laser Sailors

 Club Championship Heat 2 will now be Sat 24th Nov

Also QLD State Laser River Titles @ BSS

Sun 11th Nov

Further details HERE

 

Membership Renewals

2018-19

All members should have recently received email communications providing details regarding renewal of memberships for the 2018-19 season. The club asks that members support the club in paying their memberships in a timely manner. Follow the link below to renew your membership onlline.

Renew Membership 

For any assistance please contact us via info@bss.org.au

 

Season 2018-19

Volunteers Wanted

If you or anyone you know would like to help out at the club during race days in the 2018-19 sailing season please feel free to contact us via email (info@bss.org.au). We have a range of volunteering roles available including rescue boat duty, race starter & finisher and kitchen hand.

 

Learn to Sail Courses

3 Day School Holiday Course

18-Dec-18 to 20-Dec-18

3 Day School Holiday Course

22-Jan-19 to 24-Jan-19

6 Week Saturday Morning Course

2-Feb-19 to 9-Mar-19

 

 See our Learn to Sail page here for further information

 

 email for updates, news:

webmaster [at] bss.org.au

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