We are a friendly, family orientated club in the weald of Kent about 5 miles to the west of Sevenoaks. The club is run by the members for the members and offers first class sailing in an unspoilt location with easy access to the water. BBSC offers general sailing, training at all levels, regular club racing and open meetings supplemented by a growing series of social events. We welcome beginners and experienced sailors alike and a variety of classes are sailed at the club. Our clubhouse offers hot food and a bar at the weekends, often enjoyed by members using our sun terrace overlooking the stunning views. Do come and have a look round the club as new members are welcome.
BB youth winners of the Weald of Kent & Sussex sailing association Inter Club held @ Wier Wood SC
Alex & Thomas escape the chasing pack at the leeward mark ..
Firefly open winners Alex & Thomas Davey
Off to a good start
Resting between races!
Emma Nettleship Trophy 2015
Emma Nettleship Trophy 2015
Solo Southern Championship 2015 - start line
Les in action
How do I get through this lot?
Where's the crew when you need one?
Liz Denbigh | 11-Nov-2015
Bough Beech will be hosting the next KSSA training day on Dec 5th. This is open to all young sailors who can sail a triangular course. Further details and pre- registration can be found on the KSSA website...
Tim Townsend | 11-Nov-2015
There was a great Wayfarer Open at BBSC on weekend 7/8 November - You can find a report on the event here (/LiteratureRetrieve.aspx?ID=124358)...
Ali Moppett | 03-Nov-2015
There are more training courses for those wishing to become Safety Boat Skippers starting THIS MONTH. Details can be found here (/training/2015-16 Winter Training Brochure.pdf)...
Nick Marden | 01-Nov-2015
Looking back at the last two morning series, over 20 boats featured in both series with the average turnout being 8 boats. The 15 starters on 6 September has to be a fleet record. Mark Stones, with six bullets among the nine races to count won the Late Summer Series, with Adrian ..
Don Buckle | 15-Oct-2015
The Icicle Open Race Series will start on Sunday 3rd January 2016. The Notice of Racing can be found here (/NoR/NOR Icicle 2015.pdf)...
Don Buckle | 24-Sep-2015
The second annual charity race for the "Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation" was held on the 20th September and, as last year, was supported in splendid numbers by the members. There were 58 starters in the main race and 8 Pirates &Buccaneers in the buoy race. Our than..
Connie Hill | 14-Sep-2015
38 boats, including competitors from Sevenoks and Tonbridge schools raced in 12 knots of breeze. This year was one of the best turn outs we have had at the Emma Nettleship. A lot of the new racers who do pirates and Buccaneers or Topper Tera race training came along and gave it a..
Jon Hill | 06-Sep-2015
Every September I’m asked who was Emma Nettleship. Back in the 1990’s or there abouts the then women’s Olympic boat was the Europe of which there were about six regularly racing at BB. As with most classes the boats on the line changed and some of us got RS300’s, Emma was one of ..
Connie Hill | 02-Sep-2015
Just a REMINDER on the 12th September 2015 we will be running the clubs annual Youth Regatta. It would be Fantastic if we could see some of the new members down as well for this event. It is a great opportunity to race with out all the scary adults shouting all the time. Come alo..
Liz Denbigh | 01-Sep-2015
A quiet start to the first autumn session with a light shifty ENE wind. We had six sailors all in Toppers and a welcome to four new members - Felix & Max Zanders and Harrison & Ben Chapman, together with regulars Tess and Alex. As we had new sailors the session was more a..
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