Welcome to 420 AquaSport

This program is for individuals who may be trying sailing for the first time, more specifically 420 sailing, ideal for Skiff graduates and/or sailors with Vibe experience. It is also an ideal program for sailors without an interest in racing. This class will be for those who enjoy sailing, but have an interest in all water-sports learning. This program will loosely follow the CANSail 3 curriculum and will emphasize the practice of the fundamental double-handed sailing skills, as well as motor boat safety, maneuovering of motor boats, keel boats. Sailors can be new to sailing, this program will be an introductory course that offers fun activities throughout the week!

Day/Time:
Monday through Friday
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location:
Class meets under the tent on the side lawn, adjacent to the playground.

Cost:
Weekly: $307.00 Member | $357.00 Non-Member

Please Note:
Prices are in Canadian Funds and include taxes.
A Member may take a Non-Member's spot up until 2 weeks prior to the start of the class. A full refund will be given to the Non-Member.
There are no refunds in the event of inclement weather (on-shore instruction will still take place).
Participation in regattas is optional. Regatta fees are not included in program cost. Regatta fees are divided among participants and vary depending upon number of sailors and travel distance.

Program Dates:
Week 1:  June 22nd - June 26th 
Week 2:  June 29th - July 3rd 
Week 3:  July 6th - July 10th     
Week 4: July 13th - July 17th
Week 5: July 20th - July 24th 
Week 6:  July 27th - July 31st
Week 7:  August 3rd - August 7th     
Week 8:  August 10th - August 14th 

What to Bring:

  • Life jacket
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat & sunglasses
  • Sandals /water shoes /sailing boots
  • Towel
  • Spare change of clothes
  • Water bottle
  • Splash top/sailing pant depending on weather
  • Sailing gloves

Tuesday Night Lightning Racing

In addition to our day program, Tuesday evenings at the BCC is Lightning racing. We have an incredible group of adults who are Lightning boat owners and sailors and will help introduce the boat and refine teamwork in a 3 person boat. Many Lightning sailors often need crew for Tuesday night racing (gathering at 5:30pm, races start at 6:30pm) and this is a great way to get connected with one of the strongest Lightning fleets in the world! Questions about Tuesday night sailing? Please contact PC David Starck.

Wednesday Racing - Opti, O'Pen Skiff, 420

Wednesday night races is an adjunct program designed for our junior sailors to give them racing experience while still working in a familiar environment. It is open to sailors from our Wet Feet to our 420 Varsity team. To participate, check with your sailing instructor if you have questions as to whether or not your child is ready for racing. Sailors should arrive at the BCC no later than 5:30 pm to rig their boats and head onto the water. Sailing generally concludes between 7:00 pm-7:30 pm. Scoring for the races works in three week blocks; awards are given at the Junior Activities Banquet at the end of the summer for each category of boats. After racing, there is a parent sponsored potluck under the tent on the side lawn. Each family is asked to bring a dish to share; it is a great way to know other families in the program. Questions? Please contact John Marynowski, who is heading up the Wednesday night races in 2020.

Thursday Night Racing

You don't need your own boat to get out on the water and sail! Members at the Club are always looking for Crew on Thursday night. If interested, please contact Mike Palumbo, Fleet Captain. We also have the opportunity for our youth to join our race committee. We offer race committee training and everyone is welcome to join and ride along on the Burgee. Please refer to the Racibg/Sailing tab on the website for more information.