Welcome to Seabrook Sailing Club

Galveston Bay’s oldest centerboard sailing club invites you to rediscover the joys of sailing!  The Seabrook Sailing Club (SSC) has been the destination on the Bay for Houston area sailors since 1934, with fleets for all ages and experience including Catamarans, Lasers, Sunfish, Optimists and Windsurfers. We offer regular social sail events, racing, organized junior sailing, social activities, plus sail and windsurf training.  
Come down to the Bay and visit our family oriented co-op club with new clubhouse, mast-up storage, and easy bay access.  You'll soon discover why the Seabrook Sailing Club is the place to sail and socialize on Galveston Bay.
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Wednesday Night Races

Last Update 7/28/15 

Make plans to come out for this week's Wednesday Night Races. At the WNR people start arriving at 5pm. The races start at 7pm. We always try to get in at least 3 races followed by food and drinks onshore. It's the best thing to do on a Wednesday Night. 


SSC Vanguard 15 Fleet Is Growing

SSC’s Vanguard 15 fleet is growing.   Recently we have had several boats come to the club.   The SSC fleet now stands at eight boats.


Seabrook Sailing Club Described in Coast Monthly's June Issue

Chris Kuhlman coordinated a great article for an outside publication about the Seabrook Sailing Club. Press on the link below.


Fall Race Series

The Fall Race Series will begin August 29. The Fall race dates are:

#1 - August 29
#2 - Sept 12
#3 - Sept 26
#4 - October 10
#5 - October 24

Club Championship - Oct 31

 SSC lasers racing 


Long Distance Race

September 5, 2015

Skipper's meeting at noon with the first boats starting at 1:00. The course is about six miles long and covers most of the bay from the club to the La Porte channel. The format is a handicap pursuit race, where the slowest boats start first and the fastest boats start last. If everyone sails exactly to their handicap, they'll finish at the same time. First boat to finish wins.

Reminder From SSC Grounds Governor

The Mowing season is upon us.  So is the Mosquito season and Fire Ant season.

As a reminder to everyone that stores a boat at SSC, that it is their responsibility to maintain their ground spots.  This means that you must keep the ground space under and around your boat maintained to under 6” in height.  The ground spots are only assessed once a month and notifications are sent out via email reminding all that the assessment is about to be performed. 


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