Our poster of all the key events for 2019 is now available.
Up to date information is available on our google calendar.
Why don’t you print this out and stick it up on your fridge to remind you of all the fantastic stuff that is going on at the club ? The poster is available to download in PDF soon
The Clubhouse will be open from 7pm on Monday evening (27th August) for viewing the fireworks at the end of the Edinburgh Festival. The Club provides a great viewpoint to relax, have a drink or two and watch the fireworks in comfort in a beautiful setting. We hope to see you there!
Waszp RAID added and Regatta details updated.
DBSC 2018 Sailing calendar v07 21 July 2018
Opening hours can be found on the Clubhouse page here: https://dbscweb.wordpress.com/members/clubhouse/
Our poster of all the key events for 2018 is now available. Why don’t you print this out and stick it up on your fridge to remind you of all the fantastic stuff that is going on at the club ? The poster is available to download in PDF here
Come and join in the fun at Dalgety Bay Sailing Club on Saturday 12th May 2018. There will be opportunities to get afloat in dinghies and keelboats.
This is offered as part of an initiative by RYA Scotland in coordination with other clubs and venues. http://www.rya.org.uk/programmes/push-the-boat-out/Pages/hub.aspx
Dalgety Bay sailing club want to show off their amazing venue and their fantastic sport so please get involved.
If you prefer dry land there is plenty on offer ashore!
Pop on down to give sailing a go and find a new hobby.
To pre-book and secure your space, contact email@example.com
After some discussion and consideration of the weather forecast, George, our Race Officer, in consultation with others, has decided that the race should be postponed until 27 August.
If the weather forecast materialises, the conditions for RIB launching and race management would be difficult and potentially unsafe. We have also received a number of requests and one withdrawal from potential entrants. In the circumstances, we wanted to give people sufficient advance warning to avoid unnecessary journeys and boat movements and also give the opportunity to reorganise their weekend.
Rather than lose the race from the calendar and series, we intend to run it on 27 August, when the FYCA calendar is lighter and the tides are reasonable.
Revised SIs and start times will be issued in due course.
We look forward to seeing you in August.
Booking are now open for Youth week 2017. This is the 25th anniversary year so we are looking forward to a few surprises. Go to the YW2017 page for more info
Why don’t you print this out and stick it up on your fridge to remind you of all the fantastic stuff that is going on at the club ? The poster is available to download in PDF here
All members please note, the Board is progressing an update to the Club Handbook and that is now reflected in the draft version available on our website. The changes are predominantly to update the boat storage policy and associated time limits.
The updated 2017 sailing calendar is available here. It is still work in progress and subject to updates. Version 7 updated on 18/04/2017
One of the original, founding members and first secretary of Dalgety Bay Sailing Club, Alastair Burnside, together with his wife Beattie played a major part in the club’s inception in 1972 until his untimely death in 2009. Alastair was a consummate volunteer from prior to 15th April 1972, when the club was officially opened until 2009.
Alastair served the club in many ways. Early in its history he was elected Commodore. He held many committee posts and latterly was a hard worker in Rescue Officer and Bosun positions. He was a tireless worker and contributed much to the Tuesday club. He was the task master and the link with the main committee.
His personality lent itself to that of explorer and information seeker. He focused on minimum cost solutions and was a relentless problem solver. He constantly was found constructing trailers and trolleys for Rescue boats, club dinghies, cruisers and any other trailer requirement! He loved to cruise and he was a competitive racer as well. Starting off with an Enterprise and Mirror 16, moving on to Fireballs, an E-Boat and then his cruiser — a 28 foot Colvic in which he often popped over to Europe.
He was a qualified RYA Yachtmaster Ocean and a RYA Senior Instructor and was very keen to promote the sport.
As a Shipmate and a Clubmate, he was always the first to bite his tongue, or volunteer If it wasn’t to go up the mast, it would be to agree to carry out a task where there was a distinct lack of enthusiasm from everyone else.
Following a membership consultation in 2010 it was decided to celebrate his memory by presenting the Alastair Burnside Memorial Trophy. This will be awarded to the individual who :
“has made a significant contribution in the field of voluntary assistance to DBSC”
The club misses Alastair.
Nomination form 2015
Closing date for nominations is 15th October