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Thank you to everyone involved with our Launch Weekend. On very short notice we accomplished a safe and successful launch with an alternate crane company. Thanks especially to the Launch and Haul Team, the Kitchen crews as well as the very capable “semi-professional” launch crew. Well Done!
Blessing of the Fleet and Sail past Saturday May 28 2022 AGENDA 10:30 Coffee and muffins in the clubhouse 10:55 All gather in main parking lot for Blessing of the Fleet 11:05 Everyone arrives at flagpole form up in semi-circle 11:30 Ceremony concludes 12 noon BBQ lunch 12:45 Skipper’s briefing 1:00 Boats depart 1:30 Sail … Read More
Saturday May 28th 7:00am – 11:30am BUY – SELL – TRADE
VIRTUAL EVENT – ZOOM On February 24 join our very own Hugh and Karen Loughborough as they share how they fulfilled their dream. For almost 40 years Karen and Hugh dreamed of sailing to and around the Bahamas. On July 1st 2017 they set off to realize their dream. Their presentation is both a travelog … Read More
PLEASE IDENTIFY YOUR HAUL CHOICES ON YOUR APPLICATION FOR SERVICE. Visit the Slips Page in the members area and make a note of important dates for 2022. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to All.
Click the link below to the fall edition of The Snake Island Buoy. Enjoy! MBSC_Fall_2021
Summer Sale Buy Local ~ Support your Club! Click Here To View PDF -> Swag – Summer Sale Free Delivery to Club or pickup at Quiet Waters Sailboats Please Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to Order & ETransfer payment. All Sales Final. Thank you for supporting your club!
MBSC Covid Procedures starting June 30th The Ontario Government has announced moving to Step 2 of the Roadmap to Reopen as of June 30th. Most notably, the restriction of only members of the same household gathering on a boat has been removed. The MBSC Code of Conduct remains in effect. Note: These rules could change … Read More
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On Sunday, May 30th a training session was held to review all of the required safety and operational conditions for club members to use the mast stepping crane. Attached is a video of that session for your reference and a refresher for those members who have been previously trained, or unable to attend the training.
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 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
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
April 28, 2021 : Spring Launch has been rescheduled to the alternate launch date of June 5/6 due to the province wide Stay-at-Home order. The cranes have been arranged to arrive on the weekend of June 5/6. Boats at A and J-dock areas will launch on Saturday. The C-dock area will launch on Sunday. Crew … Read More
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
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
Join us online via Zoom for our first ever online social event at 7pm on Monday, January 25. Gordon Laco, a long-time member of MBSC, works in film production as a historical consultant and technical advisor. For the past three years he was part of the team which made GREYHOUND, the historical drama starring Tom … Read More