The NOR and related information for the Dragon's Breath Regatta, scheduled for August 2nd and 3rd, is now available on the BSC website under Racing | NORs.
Eddy Parker - 07/15/2014
July 4th dawned bright and clear at BSC and, if you didn't look toward Broad Creek, you wouldn't know that Hurricane Arthur had passed by us in the middle of the night. We were spared any significant damage to the clubhouse, grounds and docks. Most members' boats in Broad and Goose Creeks fared well too. However, a few unfortunate folks found their boats aground in the morning. But it could have been much worse if the storm track had been just 20 or 30 miles to the east. What a wake-up call!
Thanks to all who responded so quickly to move your boats away from the docks.
Bill Green - 07/05/2014
Did you know that BSC maintains a membership in Yachting Club of America? There are a number of benefits for BSC members that you will find detailed on the YCA website at ycaol.com. The primary benefit for BSC members is reciprocity at more than 700 yacht clubs across the country where BSC members have access to these clubs and their facilities.
The privileges available at each club are listed in YCA’s Reciprocity Guide. BSC members can log on to the YCA website with the username and password found on our website under Members | Club Documents | Yachting Club of America.
When you take advantage of your Yachting Club of America privileges, be prepared to prove you are a member of BSC - your gate card should work. This is a great resource that’s available to all members. Let’s make good use of it!
Bill Green - 06/10/2014
Hurricane Irene has taught us a lesson: We can never be too prepared for a major storm! Thirteen boats in the trees. Dock boxes and dinghy racks thrown around like matchsticks. We could have been better prepared!
Boat US publlishes Preparing Baots and Marinas for Hurricanes which can be found under "Tips | Hurricane Prep".
Every member should review this document!
Bill Green - 09/05/2011
The gate should never be left open after dark! If you are not sure whether you’re the last person on site, then please assume you are and close the gate!
If you don’t know how to do this, please ask a Board member who will be happy to assist. The security of the Club’s assets (and every member’s assets) is the responsibility of each and every one of us.
Bill Green - 08/03/2010
The Club's permit issued by the NC Alcoholic Beverage Commission is at risk if members do not comply with the ABC Commission rules. Every member who brings beer, wine or liquor on the premises must have the items under their control at all times.
If you bring alcoholic beverages to the club house, please bring them in a small cooler or bag with your name on it. DO NOT place alcoholic beverages in the refrigerators. We have been given one warning in the past. Do not be the member that causes our permit to be revoked.
Bill Green - 08/02/2010