Category Archives: Cruiser

Baldwin Memorial Trophy 29th June 2016

Please note that this Wednesday will be the Baldwin Memorial Trophy with racing the same format as last week  –

707s + RS Elites + Class 1 will race under IRC handicap with a start time of 18:05

Squibs + Class 3 + RBODs will race under local handicap with a start time of 18:20

Dinghies will race as a single handicap with a start time of 18:40

We will have the usual fabulous catering from “Happy Fusion”

On the menu this week is: –

Beef Stroganoff   £7.50 –  Slow cooked thin strips of beef in creamy mushroom sauce served with pasta.

Pollo Guisado £7.50 – A Puerto Rican chicken stew slow cooked into tomato, white wine, vegetables and olives served with potatoes.

Mushroom Florentine Pasta £6.50 – A creamy pasta dish made with mushroom, garlic, cheese and spinach served with garlic bread

To ensure your choice is available book with by midnight tonight (Monday 27th) – Use codes: Beef or Chicken or Veg with your name .  text: 07901 565433 or Email: galley@burnhamsc.co.uk

Stuart Paul Memorial Trophy 22nd June 2016

Please note that this Wednesday will be the Stuart Paul Memorial Trophy with racing as follows:  –

707s + RS Elites + Class 1 will race under IRC handicap with a start time of 18:05

Squibs + Class 3 + RBODs will race under local handicap with a start time of 18:20

Dinghies will race as a single handicap with a start time of 18:40

There will be a “mini prizegiving in the clubhouse afterwards (I’ve ordered in extra ale!) and we will have the usual fabulous catering from “Happy Fusion”

On the menu this week is: –

Jacket Potato with Chilli con carne

Hawaiian Pork Chop

Jacket Potato with leeks.

To ensure your choice is available book with by midnight tonight (Monday 20th) – Use codes: Potato or Pork or Veg and/or Cake along with your name .  text: 07901 565433 or Email: galley@burnhamsc.co.uk

 

Commodore’s Cruise 2016 – Sunday June 5th

Hi All,

I am planning the Commodore’s Cruise on Sunday 5th June and intend that we take the flood tide to Fambridge and ebb tide home.

The good news is that this coincides with the River Festival at Fambridge Yacht Haven which is quite a spectacle. HOWEVER, it will be very busy so I need an idea of who and what boats will be joining in from the BSC in order that Fambridge can accommodate us.

The pontoons will be choc-a-bloc with boats, barges and all sorts so it likely that that us visitors will be accommodated (as far as possible) on swinging moorings or in the marina (and we can then walk round from there).

IF dinghies are joining in, depending on weather conditions, they need to be very competent sailors and supervised by parents – it is quite a long way. We will also need one or two safety boats (e.g. Volunteer and BSC1).

We aim to leave about 10:45 (HW Burnham 13:21)

It will be very busy there so please let me know in advance if you intend to participate and the size type of boat you will use so that I can coordinate with Fambridge.

John Saunders,

Commodore, BSC

saunders.john@btconnect.com