Announcements

COVID-19 CODE OF CONDUCT

April 9, 2021

Midland Bay Sailing Club COVID-19 CODE OF CONDUCT Please read carefully the entire document. Goal and Guiding Principles This Code of Conduct is intended to educate all members of the procedures in place to ensure that we may safely be at the MBSC and to confirm that all members will take shared responsibility towards meeting … Read More

MBSC Environmental Policy

April 7, 2021

MBSC Environmental Policy In March of this year, MBSC adopted a new Environmental Policy. Its goals, best practices and rules reflect our Club’s values and compliance with Applicable laws. The Environmental Committee has worked for a year developing this policy and we feel it will create a safer, cleaner, and responsible environment for our Club. … Read More

MBSC newsletter

April 2, 2021

The reboot of the MBSC newsletter has been met with great enthusiasm and I am excited to bring something positive into the world. Much like cooking, a dish is only as good as the ingredients. As editor/chef I am looking to you, the membership, for the good stuff. We are aiming have the first edition … Read More

Spring Launch Date

March 1, 2021

Spring Launch Date has been rescheduled due to COVID uncertainties. The cranes have been arranged to arrive on the weekend of May 15/16. Boats at A and J-dock areas will launch on Saturday as will dinghy docks. The C-dock area will launch on Sunday. Details will be available in the Links area for members when … Read More

Brigs Youth Sail Training Outreach

February 7, 2021

Brigs Youth Sail Training is a charity that owns and operates the TS Playfair, a 72 foot brigantine tall ship that sails across the Great Lakes with youth 13-18 years old. Our program, founded in 1962, runs similarly to a summer camp bringing on youth for 3-12 day journeys during July and August, teaching them … Read More

An America’s Cup Update, presented by Steve Killing (Feb 22)

February 3, 2021

Have you been watching the America’s Cup? Wondering who will make it to the final to challenge Team New Zealand? Steve Killing, a veteran of six America’s Cups, will bring us his insights into this year’s 75-foot flying monohulls. The Challenger will have been selected just the day before this social event, so there will … Read More