Racing on Saturday 29th August
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4pm Summer Daze
Meet up with members to share stories and relax.
BYO BBQ or Picnic.
A member of Social Committee will on hand if needed.
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.
Last Updated 8/8/15
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.
Last week (7-29-15) we had another good turnout. We had 10 Konas, 1 IMCO, 1 Equipe, and 1 unidentified longboard. We also had 2 catamarans, and 2 kayakers.
The SSC Vanguard 15 Fleet welcomes all V15 from other clubs to race* at Seabrook Sailing Club.
Check the SSC website calendar for race days and times.
*Non SSC member will not be eligible for Fall or Spring Series’ awards or eligible for participation in the SSC Club Championship.
The Fall Race Series will begin August 29. The Fall race dates are:
Club Championship - Oct 31
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.