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Welcome to Bough Beech Sailing Club

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.


                                                                                                              
  • Handicap Spring Series 2017

  • Handicap Spring Series 2017

  • Solo Spring Series 2017

  • Solo Spring Series 2017

  • Solo Spring Series 2017

  • Laser Spring Series 2017

  • Laser Spring Series 2017

  • Laser Spring Series 2017

  • 2017 RS 200 Open

  • Sutton & ES Water Cup 2017

  • Sutton & ES Water Cup 2017

  • Sutton & ES Water Cup 2017

  • Sutton & ES Water Cup 2017

  • Sutton & ES Water Cup 2017

  • Sutton & ES Water Cup 2017

  • Scorpian Open 2017

  • Scorpian Open 2017

  • Scorpian Open 2017 (DM)

  • Scorpian Open 2017 (DM)

Latest News

Thursday night series FOOD!!!

Mike Warwicker  |  30-May-2016

First Thursday night approaches, and you may be aware Pauline cannot operate the galley this evening series, we have temporary solution that may be permanent for this year. we are laying on a buffet, £4 per head, I need your orders ASAP to m.warwicker@sky.com, the menu is as foll..

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Solo Spring Series 2016 Review

Nick Marden  |  29-Apr-2016

As usual, the Spring Series brought a good Solo fleet turnout. 21 boats entered the series with double figures on the water for no fewer that seven of the eleven races sailed – even with several of our “regulars” missing. Honours went to John Reed, with Richard Hudson just pippin..

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Diary 2016-17

Alex Maynard  |  27-Mar-2016

The Diary page has now been updated starting from April 2016 - April 2017. Click here (http://www.boughbeechsc.org.uk/diary.html) to see to the Diary page...

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Solo Winter Series 2015 Review

Nick Marden  |  27-Dec-2015

After a windless autumn, that was some winter series! Most Sundays it seemed to be gusting to F5 or more and one day’s racing was blown off completely. Inevitably numbers (15 entered) were down, but there was still some very keen racing between those who did go out. Patrick Ward ..

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Do you lock the gate?

Dave Marshall (Membership Sec.)  |  04-Dec-2015

If visiting Club out of normal sailing hours it's important that you do not leave gate open or unlocked even while you are on-site. Always scramble combination after re-locking to prevent passers testing and noting the number or stealing the padlock (it happens)...

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BBSC Seasonal Supper - All tickets sold !

Pauline Sutton  |  30-Nov-2015

All tickets have now been sold for the BBSC Seasonal Supper. Hope you've got yours and see you there. Thank You Pauline..

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KSSA training at Bough Beech Dec. 5th

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...

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Solo Fleet Late Summer and Autumn Series review

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 ..

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Emma Nettleship youth regatta

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..

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Who was Emma Nettleship?

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 ..

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Latest Results

2017 Easter Egg Pursuit Race

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2017 Scorpion Open

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2017 RS 200 Open

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2017 Sutton & East Surrey Water Cup

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2017 Supernova Open

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2017 Streaker Open

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For race scoring we use Sailwave.com