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Upcoming events

    • 04/04/2020
    • 19:00 - 22:00
    • BSC Osea Room

    Due to government restrictions on the corona virus this EVENT is cancelled.


    Cruising the Baltic with AndY Beharrell

    Andy will delight us with tales and pictures of the beautiful Scandinavian coasts. His elegant online log of his adventures in the Baltic on his Starlight 39 Charmary won the 2018 Lacy trophy. We have also reserved a little time at the end for a short piece on the Wolverstone Project, one of his many other passions.

    All welcome. CA & BSC members: talk and meal £15, talk only £3. Non members: talk and meal £17, talk only £5

    Sign up sheet at the club or sign up online (links below)

    Supper

    Jerk chicken

    Moroccan lamb chops

    Oven baked asparagus and Parmesan tortilla 

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    Millionaires chocolate tart

    Apple pie

    Cheese & biscuits

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    • 18/04/2020
    • 09:00
    • 19/04/2020
    • 17:00


    Weekend of Laser Coaching lead by UKLA coaches, more details to follow


    • 02/05/2020
    • 10:00 - 16:30
    • Blackwater Estuary

    This race is for the Blackwater Cup, start time 10:00 at the Osea start line. HW Osea is 07:50. The first BSC cruiser not winning the Blackwater Cup is awarded the Norman Eve Cruiser Cup.

    The Blackwater Joint Racing Committee promotes and coordinates joint club cruiser racing on the Blackwater Estuary.

    Our Main series is the 9 race Cruiser Racing Series for local handicapped and IRC rated boats.

    The BJRC fleet of cruisers comprises of boats ranging from under 20 foot through to 40 footers. Many of the fleet are lifting or shallow keel boats as required of their upriver moorings, but there are also boats with 2 metre plus drafts.

    For those racers that favour seeing their performance scored using the IRC rating system, all boats with a valid rating certificate will be scored on a separate IRC results sheet.

    For more information please visit the BJRC Website 

    or contact BJRC Chairman Andy Ellis



    • 02/05/2020
    • 10:00 - 17:00
    • Lower deck


    • 10/05/2020
    • 11:00 - 16:00
    • Blackwater Sailing Club

    Our annual open day is an opportunity to come along and see what the Blackwater Sailing Club has to offer. On the day we will have taster sailing on our lake and Rib and Launch trips on the river. The bar will be open and food will be available from our galley. Guided tours around our new club house and the rest of the site will also be available. 

    • 16/05/2020
    • 10:30 - 16:30
    • Blackwater Estuary

    This race is for the Smith Cup, start time 10:30 at the Osea Pier start line. HW Osea is 08:30.

    The Blackwater Joint Racing Committee promotes and coordinates joint club cruiser racing on the Blackwater Estuary.

    Our Main series is the 9 race Cruiser Racing Series for local handicapped and IRC rated boats.

    The BJRC fleet of cruisers comprises of boats ranging from under 20 foot through to 40 footers. Many of the fleet are lifting or shallow keel boats as required of their upriver moorings, but there are also boats with 2 metre plus drafts.

    For those racers that favour seeing their performance scored using the IRC rating system, all boats with a valid rating certificate will be scored on a separate IRC results sheet.

    For more information please visit the BJRC Website 

    or contact BJRC Chairman Andy Ellis



    • 23/05/2020
    • 13:00
    • Blackwater Estuary


    • 31/05/2020
    • 09:30 - 16:30
    • Blackwater Estuary

    This race is for the Marconi Cup, start time 09:30 at the Marconi start line. HW Osea is 07:40.

    The Blackwater Joint Racing Committee promotes and coordinates joint club cruiser racing on the Blackwater Estuary.

    Our Main series is the 9 race Cruiser Racing Series for local handicapped and IRC rated boats.

    The BJRC fleet of cruisers comprises of boats ranging from under 20 foot through to 40 footers. Many of the fleet are lifting or shallow keel boats as required of their upriver moorings, but there are also boats with 2 metre plus drafts.

    For those racers that favour seeing their performance scored using the IRC rating system, all boats with a valid rating certificate will be scored on a separate IRC results sheet.

    For more information please visit the BJRC Website 

    or contact BJRC Chairman Andy Ellis



    • 06/06/2020
    • 09:00
    • 07/06/2020
    • 17:00
    • Blackwater Sailing Club
    • 100
    Registration is closed


    This is our 2nd full training weekend of the year.  You can book individual days rather than the whole weekend, the cost is £10 per day or £18 for both days.

    We have no control on the weather so cadets will need appropriate clothing for the potential conditions, if you are unsure what you will need ask. Cadets that turn up with inadequate clothing may not be allowed to sail.

    Note this is a non catered event, please bring your own packed lunch and lots of cake.

    We will be running the following groups, subject to numbers and instructor availability:

    • Sprites Complete beginners, no experience required, and minimum age 8. An instructor will lead the group with an assistant instructor, the maximum number of cadets will be 12. The aim of the group is to introduce the cadets to sailing in a safe controlled manner.

      Cadets do not need their own boats as we will be using the clubs training Optimists, although the younger cadets in this group may double up. 

    • Jolly Sailors Cadets with some experience who have completed a year’s sailing. An instructor will lead the group with an assistant instructor, the maximum number of cadets will be 12. The aim of the group will be to build on the experience from last year and aim to get their RYA Level 1 certificate.

      Cadets do not need their own boat for this group but it is preferable for them to have one as they will progress a lot quicker in their own boat. 

    • Lilt Cadets who have completed their RYA Level 1 and are building to join one of the river training groups. An instructor will lead the group with an assistant instructor; the maximum number of cadets will be 12. The aim of the group will be to build on their experience, start completing the skills required for their RYA Level 2 and get them to a position where they are confident to join one of the river training groups.

      It is not essential that a cadet has their own boat to join this group but as the club does not have any Optimists that can go on the river it is recommended that cadets in this group have their own boat as progression will be restricted without one.

    • Oppie Over the Wall RYA Instructor led instruction for Optimist sailors who were in Lilt last year or have equivalent experience. As the training is taking place on the river you must have your own boat to be part of this group. The group will be working to achieve their RYA Level 2 badge, see link at the bottom of this document for details.

    • Oppie Tango RYA Instructor led instruction for Optimist sailors. As the training is taking place on the river you must have your own boat to be part of this group.The group will be working to achieve their RYA Level 3 badge, see link at the bottom of this document for details.Sailors wanting to join this group should have as a minimum their RYA Level 2 and have completed one season sailing Optimists on the river. 

    • Optimist MG This group will be lead by an RYA coach and will focus on developing racing skills, inclusion in this group is by invitation. Cadets must have their own boat to take part in this group

    • Topper/Tera in the Hole: suitable for cadets that  have achieved Level 1 in Optimists, cadets will be working towards their Level 2 Badge. Cadets need their own boat or to have booked one of the club Toppers for the weekend.

    • Topper/Tera Tango suitable for cadets that  have achieved Level 2, cadets will be working towards their Level 3 Badge. Cadets need their own boat or to have booked one of the club Toppers for the weekend.
    • Topper/Tera MG This group will be lead by an RYA coach and will focus on developing racing skills, inclusion in this group is by invitation. Cadets must have their own boat to take part in this group
    • Cadets wanting to sail a Topper must be a minimum age of 11 and at least 35kgs for a Topper with a 4.2 rig.
      • Laser MG This group will be lead by an RYA coach and will focus on developing racing skills, inclusion in this group is by invitation. Cadets must have their own boat to take part in this group
      • Feva MG RYA Coach led race coaching for Feva sailors, the coaches will be covering the same subjects as the Laser coaching described above. This will be taking place on the river and you must have your own boat or have reserved one of the two club Fevas that can be used on the river, in addition to join this group you must have a designated helm and crew ahead of the training weekend. The group will be focussing on developing their racing skills. Sailors wanting to join this group should have as a minimum their RYA Level 3 and have completed at least one season racing in Toppers or Fevas. 


      To make our training weekends  a success we need the parents of cadets to help out over the weekend. We have a range of duties to choose from, all the duties with the exception of the galley require parents/guardians to be willing to get wet to at least the waist (you will need suitable clothing not supplied) and you will be required to help launch/move boats around. Please complete the form with your preferred duty. 

      Please do not book places for cadets other than those you are guardians for. 

      Children under the age of 12 and those attending their first training event at Blackwater must have an adult on site at all times. 

      The cost of this weekends training is £10 per day or £18 for both days.
      Please pay by bank transfer to the club bank account quoting your billing group reference (on your invoice) AND the word Cadet (eg H092cadet, A002cadet etc).
      Club Bank account details: Sort code 40-31-35 A/c no: 30132926

      Your place can only be confirmed following receipt of payment. 

      Registration for this event closes on the 1st of June

      • 07/06/2020
      • 13:30
      • Blackwater Estuary


      • 14/06/2020
      • 09:30 - 20:30
      • Blackwater Estuary

      This race is for the Brown Cup, start time 09:30 at the Marconi start line. HW Osea is 07:40.

      The Blackwater Joint Racing Committee promotes and coordinates joint club cruiser racing on the Blackwater Estuary.

      Our Main series is the 9 race Cruiser Racing Series for local handicapped and IRC rated boats.

      The BJRC fleet of cruisers comprises of boats ranging from under 20 foot through to 40 footers. Many of the fleet are lifting or shallow keel boats as required of their upriver moorings, but there are also boats with 2 metre plus drafts.

      For those racers that favour seeing their performance scored using the IRC rating system, all boats with a valid rating certificate will be scored on a separate IRC results sheet.

      For more information please visit the BJRC Website 

      or contact BJRC Chairman Andy Ellis



      • 27/06/2020
      • 07:00 - 18:00
      • Blackwater Estuary and coastal waters to Harwich

      This race is for the Freeman Cup, start time 07:00 at the No 12 mark line. HW Osea is 05:20. This is the first leg of the passage race to Harwich.

      The Blackwater Joint Racing Committee promotes and coordinates joint club cruiser racing on the Blackwater Estuary.

      Our Main series is the 9 race Cruiser Racing Series for local handicapped and IRC rated boats.

      The BJRC fleet of cruisers comprises of boats ranging from under 20 foot through to 40 footers. Many of the fleet are lifting or shallow keel boats as required of their upriver moorings, but there are also boats with 2 metre plus drafts.

      For those racers that favour seeing their performance scored using the IRC rating system, all boats with a valid rating certificate will be scored on a separate IRC results sheet.

      For more information please visit the BJRC Website 

      or contact BJRC Chairman Andy Ellis



      • 28/06/2020
      • 09:00 - 18:00
      • Blackwater Estuary and coastal waters from Harwich

      This race is for the Success Cup, start time TBC at Harwich. This is the return leg of the passage race home from Harwich. HW Osea 18:40.

      The Blackwater Joint Racing Committee promotes and coordinates joint club cruiser racing on the Blackwater Estuary.

      Our Main series is the 9 race Cruiser Racing Series for local handicapped and IRC rated boats.

      The BJRC fleet of cruisers comprises of boats ranging from under 20 foot through to 40 footers. Many of the fleet are lifting or shallow keel boats as required of their upriver moorings, but there are also boats with 2 metre plus drafts.

      For those racers that favour seeing their performance scored using the IRC rating system, all boats with a valid rating certificate will be scored on a separate IRC results sheet.

      For more information please visit the BJRC Website 

      or contact BJRC Chairman Andy Ellis



      • 04/07/2020
      • 13:00
      • Blackwater Sailing Club

      Our annual Mid Summer BBQ and New Members Day give new members the chance to socialise with new and existing members.

      We will have some sailing activities for new members and there will plenty to look at on the water as we will have some racing going on. The BBQ is always good.

      • 12/07/2020
      • 09:00 - 16:00
      • Blackwater Estuary

      This race is for the Stone Cruiser Cup, start time 09:00 at the Stone start line. HW Osea is 06:00.

      The Blackwater Joint Racing Committee promotes and coordinates joint club cruiser racing on the Blackwater Estuary.

      Our Main series is the 9 race Cruiser Racing Series for local handicapped and IRC rated boats.

      The BJRC fleet of cruisers comprises of boats ranging from under 20 foot through to 40 footers. Many of the fleet are lifting or shallow keel boats as required of their upriver moorings, but there are also boats with 2 metre plus drafts.

      For those racers that favour seeing their performance scored using the IRC rating system, all boats with a valid rating certificate will be scored on a separate IRC results sheet.

      For more information please visit the BJRC Website 

      or contact BJRC Chairman Andy Ellis



      • 26/07/2020
      • 08:00 - 18:30
      • Blackwater Estuary

      This race is for the Paget Cup, start time 08:00 at the Osea pier line. HW Osea is 05:10.

      The Blackwater Joint Racing Committee promotes and coordinates joint club cruiser racing on the Blackwater Estuary.

      Our Main series is the 9 race Cruiser Racing Series for local handicapped and IRC rated boats.

      The BJRC fleet of cruisers comprises of boats ranging from under 20 foot through to 40 footers. Many of the fleet are lifting or shallow keel boats as required of their upriver moorings, but there are also boats with 2 metre plus drafts.

      For those racers that favour seeing their performance scored using the IRC rating system, all boats with a valid rating certificate will be scored on a separate IRC results sheet.

      For more information please visit the BJRC Website 

      or contact BJRC Chairman Andy Ellis



      • 01/08/2020
      • 09:00
      • 06/08/2020
      • 20:00
      • Blackwater Sailing Club
      • 150

      Cadet Week 2020



      Useful info about Cadet Week:

      • Cadet Week runs from Sunday 1st Aug (registration: 1pm) to Friday 6th August. 
      • The cost for the week is £TBC a cadet.
      • Children under the age of 12 must have a responsible adult on site at all times. 
      • You can only book a place for your own cadet(s).
      • Registration is open until TBD
      • Cadet Week is a catered event with a picnic lunch Monday to Friday and an evening meal Monday to Thursday included in the cost. We also cater for registered adult helpers (except for the Gala Dinner on Wednesday which is £10 extra per guest).
      • Please note to take part in River-based training or Racing a Cadet must have their own boat or have booked one of the Club Fevas /420s. The club Toppers have been reserved for new members.
      • To make Cadet Week a success we rely on parent volunteers to help out. Experience tells us that keeping parents and their children apart works best - don't be offended if you don't get your chosen duty.
      • We have early tides this year with corresponding early starts.
      •  We have no control of the weather, even in July, so cadets will need appropriate clothing for all conditions.  If you are unsure what you will need, please ask. Cadets that turn up with inadequate clothing may not be allowed to sail.
      • Cadets have the option to go to Madison Heights on TBD evening from 6pm - 8pm for Monkey Puzzle Madness and Roller Skating at an extra £5 per cadet. Note we will not be supplying coaches this year so parents will need to arrange transport to and from Madison Heights. 
      • Very important: Cadets like Cake so please bring some!

      Cadet week is split into training and racing groups so please indicate which group you want to join on the registration form (the Cadet Management Committee reserves the right to determine which group a cadet goes in; cadets who are not capable of keeping up with the rest of the racing fleet and hold up racing will be moved into training groups). Have a look at the Cadet Section of the BSC Club Website for further information on training, adult volunteer duties, types of boat classes etc. 

      We will be running the following training groups, subject to numbers and instructor availability:

      Lake training

      • Sprites: Complete beginners, no experience required. Club training boats will be provided. 
      • Jolly Sailors: Cadets with some experience who have completed a year’s sailing. Although cadets do not need their own boat, it is preferable. 

      • Lilt: Cadets who have completed their RYA Level 1 and are building to join one of the river training groups. Own boats are recommended.

      River training: Cadets in these groups will work towards their RYA Levels 2 and 3 and must have their own boats:

      • Oppie Tango

      • Topper/Tera Tango

      River coached racing: Cadets in these groups will be taking part in racing, but will have a coach assigned to them covering theory and providing advice on the water. Cadets must have their own boat.

      • Optimist MG
      • Topper/Tera MG
      RYA Level 4 and Seamanship Course: This course will take place in the club Quest dinghies with instructors. Cadets wanting to take part in this course must be at least 12 and have completed RYA Level 3. Priority will be given to older cadets in the event this course is oversubscribed. 

      Please pay by bank transfer to the club bank account quoting your billing group reference (on your invoice) AND the word Cadet (eg H092cadet, A002cadet etc).

      Club Bank account details: Sort code 40-31-35 A/c no: 30132926
      Your place can only be confirmed following receipt of payment. 

      Registration for this event closes on TBD.

      • 02/08/2020
      • 11:40
      • Blackwater Estuary


      • 16/08/2020
      • 21/08/2020


      • 22/08/2020


      • 29/08/2020
      • 12:30 - 19:00
      • Blackwater Estuary

      This race is for the Maldon Salver, start time 12:30 at the Osea pier line. HW Osea is 10:20.

      The Blackwater Joint Racing Committee promotes and coordinates joint club cruiser racing on the Blackwater Estuary.

      Our Main series is the 9 race Cruiser Racing Series for local handicapped and IRC rated boats.

      The BJRC fleet of cruisers comprises of boats ranging from under 20 foot through to 40 footers. Many of the fleet are lifting or shallow keel boats as required of their upriver moorings, but there are also boats with 2 metre plus drafts.

      For those racers that favour seeing their performance scored using the IRC rating system, all boats with a valid rating certificate will be scored on a separate IRC results sheet.

      For more information please visit the BJRC Website 

      or contact BJRC Chairman Andy Ellis



      • 05/09/2020
      • 14:20
      • Blackwater Estuary


      • 12/09/2020
      • 09:30 - 18:00
      • Blackwater Estuary

      This race is for the Krohn Cup, start time 09:30 at the Osea pier line. HW Osea is 07:30.

      The Blackwater Joint Racing Committee promotes and coordinates joint club cruiser racing on the Blackwater Estuary.

      Our Main series is the 9 race Cruiser Racing Series for local handicapped and IRC rated boats.

      The BJRC fleet of cruisers comprises of boats ranging from under 20 foot through to 40 footers. Many of the fleet are lifting or shallow keel boats as required of their upriver moorings, but there are also boats with 2 metre plus drafts.

      For those racers that favour seeing their performance scored using the IRC rating system, all boats with a valid rating certificate will be scored on a separate IRC results sheet.

      For more information please visit the BJRC Website 

      or contact BJRC Chairman Andy Ellis



      • 19/09/2020
      • 09:00 - 17:00
      • Blackwater Sailing Club
      • 100
      Registration is closed


      Ahead of Bart's Bash on the 19th of September we are running a days race coaching on the river for the Cadets. Race coaching focuses on developing racing skills as opposed to working towards RYA Training Levels. Each group will be lead by an RYA approved race coach.

      The cost of this days training is £10 per cadet, which as last year will be donated to the Andrew Simpson Foundation which aims to facilitate a wider participation in sailing. 

      We have no control on the weather so cadets will need appropriate clothing for the potential conditions, if you are unsure what you will need ask. Cadets that turn up with inadequate clothing may not be allowed to sail.

      Note this is a non catered event, please bring your own packed lunch and lots of cake.

      We will be running the following groups, subject to numbers and coach availability. All groups will be on the river:

      • Start Racing Optimists Suitable for Optimist sailors from Lilt and Oppie Tango group
      • Start Racing Toppers/Teras Suitable for Topper / Tera Sailors from Topper Tango
      • Optimist MG This group will be lead by an RYA coach and will focus on developing racing skills, inclusion in this group is by invitation. Cadets must have their own boat to take part in this group

      • Topper/Tera MG This group will be lead by an RYA coach and will focus on developing racing skills, inclusion in this group is by invitation. Cadets must have their own boat to take part in this group
      • Cadets wanting to sail a Topper must be a minimum age of 11 and at least 35kgs for a Topper with a 4.2 rig.
        • Laser MG This group will be lead by an RYA coach and will focus on developing racing skills, inclusion in this group is by invitation. Cadets must have their own boat to take part in this group
        • Feva MG RYA Coach led race coaching for Feva sailors, the coaches will be covering the same subjects as the Laser coaching described above. This will be taking place on the river and you must have your own boat or have reserved one of the two club Fevas that can be used on the river, in addition to join this group you must have a designated helm and crew ahead of the training weekend. The group will be focusing on developing their racing skills. Sailors wanting to join this group should have as a minimum their RYA Level 3 and have completed at least one season racing in Toppers or Fevas. 

        To make our training weekends  a success we need the parents of cadets to help out over the weekend. We have a range of duties to choose from, all the duties with the exception of the galley require parents/guardians to be willing to get wet to at least the waist (you will need suitable clothing not supplied) and you will be required to help launch/move boats around. Please complete the form with your preferred duty. 

        Please do not book places for cadets other than those you are guardians for. 

        Children under the age of 12 and those attending their first training event at Blackwater must have an adult on site at all times. 


        Please pay by bank transfer to the club bank account quoting your billing group reference (on your invoice) AND the word Cadet (eg H092cadet, A002cadet etc).
        Club Bank account details: Sort code 40-31-35 A/c no: 30132926

        Your place can only be confirmed following receipt of payment. 

        Registration for this event closes on the 7th of September

        • 20/09/2020
        • 14:20
        • Blackwater Estuary


        • 26/09/2020
        • 10:30 - 16:30
        • Blackwater Estuary

        This race is for the Weathermark Trophy, start time 10:30 at the Stone line. HW Osea is 08:20.

        The Blackwater Joint Racing Committee promotes and coordinates joint club cruiser racing on the Blackwater Estuary.

        Our Main series is the 9 race Cruiser Racing Series for local handicapped and IRC rated boats.

        The BJRC fleet of cruisers comprises of boats ranging from under 20 foot through to 40 footers. Many of the fleet are lifting or shallow keel boats as required of their upriver moorings, but there are also boats with 2 metre plus drafts.

        For those racers that favour seeing their performance scored using the IRC rating system, all boats with a valid rating certificate will be scored on a separate IRC results sheet.

        For more information please visit the BJRC Website 

        or contact BJRC Chairman Andy Ellis



        • 10/11/2020
        • 19:00
        • Main club room


        • 10/11/2020
        • 19:00 - 21:00
        • Cadet Room, Blackwater Sailing Club

        The Osea room bar opens at 19:00 and the talk starts in the Cadet room at 19:30

        Non members welcome


      Past events

      17/03/2020 MHIC Joint River Safety Meeting - CANCELLED
      14/03/2020 Cruising Association Meeting
      10/03/2020 Tuesday Evening Talk - Shipwrecked on the Indian Ocean
      07/03/2020 UK Laser Association Laser Coaching
      29/02/2020 RYA Dinghy Show 29th Feb & 1st March
      16/02/2020 CRYC Exclusive Lake Use
      11/02/2020 Tuesday Evening Talk - RYA Racing Rules
      08/02/2020 Cruising Association Meeting
      28/01/2020 Tuesday Evening Talk - Friday Sailors Greek Odyssey
      18/01/2020 Cruising Association Meeting
      14/01/2020 BJRC Committee Meeting
      05/01/2020 CRYC Exclusive Lake Use
      29/12/2019 Christmas Cracker Race
      28/12/2019 Row and Gig Race in aid of the RNLI
      14/12/2019 Cruising Association Talk & Supper
      10/12/2019 Tuesday Evening Talk - A Cruise to Caen by George Whitchurch
      25/11/2019 Yacht Master Theory - 8 week course
      12/11/2019 Tuesday Evening Talk - 'Brunel and his Great Ships' by Richard Pusey
      27/10/2019 RYA Short Range Radio Course
      12/10/2019 Cruising Association Meeting CANCELLED
      30/09/2019 Day Skipper Theory - 8 week course
      29/09/2019 Dyer Cup Races
      28/09/2019 Cruising Association Meeting
      25/09/2019 Day Skipper Theory - 26 week course
      25/09/2019 Maldon Harbour Improvement Commissioners Annual Public Meeting
      22/09/2019 BJRC - Weathermark Trophy
      21/09/2019 Maldon Town Regatta
      15/09/2019 Barts Bash Races
      14/09/2019 Coronation Cup
      08/09/2019 BJRC - Krohn Cup
      01/09/2019 Blackwater Challenge Cup Races
      28/08/2019 Reid Scott Race Series
      28/08/2019 Optimist Open Meeting
      25/08/2019 BJRC - Success Cup
      24/08/2019 BJRC - Freeman Cup
      17/08/2019 Regatta Day
      11/08/2019 Club Week Social Events
      11/08/2019 Club Week 2019
      10/08/2019 BJRC - Maldon Salver
      03/08/2019 Peter's Pot Pursuit Race
      27/07/2019 BJRC - Paget Cup
      25/07/2019 Beginners Sailing and Social Evening
      21/07/2019 Round the Island Races
      18/07/2019 Beginners Sailing and Social Evening
      11/07/2019 Beginners Sailing and Social Evening
      06/07/2019 BSC Leg of the Beastie Tour
      06/07/2019 Heybridge Basin Regatta
      06/07/2019 Sole lake use - Maldon Blackwater Model Boat Club
      04/07/2019 Beginners Sailing and Social Evening
      29/06/2019 BJRC - Brown Cup
      27/06/2019 Beginners Sailing Evening
      20/06/2019 Beginners Sailing Evening
      15/06/2019 Fireball Open Meeting
      13/06/2019 Beginners Sailing Evening
      09/06/2019 BJRC - Stone Cruiser Cup
      06/06/2019 Beginners Sailing Evening
      27/05/2019 Commodore's Cruise
      26/05/2019 BJRC - Marconi Cup
      18/05/2019 National 18 English Championships and Snipe Open Meeting
      12/05/2019 BJRC - Smith Cup
      05/05/2019 Diamond Jubilee Challenge Trophy Races
      04/05/2019 Open Day 2019
      27/04/2019 BJRC - Blackwater Cup
      22/04/2019 Osea Challenge Cup Races
      19/04/2019 Britannia Trophy Races
      18/04/2019 Cadet/Junior Frostbite Race Series
      13/04/2019 Cruising Association Essex - Supper & Talk - The New East Coast Pilot
      09/04/2019 Tuesday Evening Talk - Sailing Around Britain by Colin Stracey
      20/03/2019 RYA OnBoard Programme Area Forum
      12/03/2019 Tuesday Evening Talk - “My Square rig Sailing” by Bryan Shedel
      09/03/2019 Cruising Association Essex - Supper & Talk - Stress Free Sailing
      02/03/2019 RYA Dinghy Show
      26/02/2019 RYA Funding Workshop
      17/02/2019 Sole lake use - Chelmsford Radio Yacht Club
      12/02/2019 Tuesday Evening Talk - Championship Racing and Preparation
      09/02/2019 Cruising Association Essex - Supper & Talk - TS Royalist and the Sea Cadets
      07/02/2019 Pathway to Podium
      12/01/2019 Cruising Association Essex - Supper & Talk - Carry on Cruising
      08/01/2019 Tuesday Evening Talk - Launching, Hauling and Lifting - CANCELLED
      06/01/2019 Sole lake use - Chelmsford Radio Yacht Club
      05/01/2019 Row and Gig Race in aid of the RNLI
      11/12/2018 Tuesday Evening Talk - Sailing to the Canary Islands
      08/12/2018 Cruising Association Essex - Supper & Talk - Sailing Around Britain
      13/11/2018 Tuesday Evening Talk - East Coast Magic
      07/10/2018 Macmillan Fund Raiser
      23/09/2018 Barts Bash Races
      22/09/2018 Cruising Weekend
      08/09/2018 Optimist Open Meeting
      22/08/2018 Cadet Reid Scott Series
      12/08/2018 Club Week
      11/08/2018 Regatta
      07/07/2018 Sole Use of the Lake by MBMBC
      30/06/2018 Snipe & National 18 Open Meeting
      17/06/2018 Round the Islands Race
      08/05/2018 Tuesday Evening Talk - Black Waters
      05/05/2018 Open Day
      28/04/2018 Fireball Open Meeting
      14/04/2018 Blaze Open Meeting
      10/04/2018 Tuesday Evening Talk - Seven Years Under the Funnel
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