The Commodore

  • ANNUAL DINNER DANCE SATURDAY 25th November 6.30 for 7.15pm

    ANNUAL DINNER DANCE SATURDAY 25th November 6.30 for 7.15pm

    It’s Party Time! Book your places for the Annual Dinner and Prize Giving on Saturday 25th November at Highwoods Golf Club. Annual Dinner 2017 Letter and Menu Annual Dinner 2017 Menu Choices Form All the details are in the attached invitation and menu choice form. Dinner, Prizes, Dancing the night away. It will be a …More »

  • 2017 Racing results (to date) are now published

    2017 Racing results (to date) are now published

    We have added race results to date onto the website in the ‘Racing’ section. See 2017 race results to date here. We will be adding to them up to the end of the season.    

  • Sponsorships @ bexhill sailing club

    Sponsorships @ bexhill sailing club

    Welcome to Bexhill Sailing Club! Bexhill Sailing Club has been established since 1947 and is very much a modern, inclusive and forward looking sailing club, located on the East Sussex Coast between Eastbourne and Hastings. Keith Musto, the British sailor, opened the original clubhouse in June 1965 after representing our country at the Tokyo Olympics. …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 »

  • Bexhill Cadets win races and compete at Youth Federation Saturday 16th September

    Bexhill Cadets win races and compete at Youth Federation Saturday 16th September

    Bexhill’s Youth Sailing Squad enjoyed continued success at the East Sussex Coastal Championships hosted by Eastbourne Sailing Club this weekend. With light winds and unpredictable weather, the Bexhill Squad entered 2 boats in both the Slow and Fast Handicap fleets – the only Club to do so. Race 1 produced wins in both fleets via …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 »

  • Simon Patterson presents a signed photograph

    Simon Patterson presents a signed photograph

      Our own special signed photograph being presented to us today by Simon Patterson – thank you so much and to all the staff at The De La Warr Pavilion for an enjoyable experience working with you all – it’s been great fun.

  • 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 »

  • Sun Sea and Sailing all weekend!!

    Sun Sea and Sailing all weekend!!

    The August series of short back to back races continued to the finish on Monday this glorious Bank holiday weekend. 3  races on each of  Saturday, Sunday and Monday, plus a brave few in drizzly conditions took on the Wednesday Evening challenge  too. So Saturday saw 23 boats on the water, a very mixed fleet, …More »

  • Cadets Sea week race donation to Young Epilepsy

    Cadets Sea week race donation to Young Epilepsy

    Bexhill Sailing Club are holding their Annual Seaweek from Monday Aug 7th and the Club’s Cadets have decided to dedicate Tuesday 8th to raise funds for Young Epilepsy. Young Epilepsy is an organisation based in Lingfield, Surrey which provides care, education and accommodation for young people suffering from severe epilepsy. They enjoy a varied and …More »