“USrowBoy”, John Zeigler
Bill Nelson, of the US Coast
Guard Historians Office and USCG Auxiliary
FaceBook Group is alive and well, with members sharing
their sailing and related experiences. The SBCC FaceBook Group
is set up for members only - Click on the link above to join. So far
members have joined - have you connected yet?
is intended to be a practical handbook
to assist members of the South Bay Cruising Club (SBCC) sail the
Great South Bay and the waters that the SBCC summer cruisers roam:
providing the skipper with information.
for SBCC Cruise
Captain, an SBCC Rendezvous Host, or an SBCC Race Committee Boat,
please review and help us improve them.
Inspections Check List;
The Coast Guard use this check list to
determine if your boat has the proper safety equipment. The
left side of list is required while the right side is optional.
Sail Magazine, a web-based, free subscription magazine
specializes in keeping us informed of all sailing activities on
Long Island. Go to www.lisail.com
to view or subscribe.
Album has the latest posted photos of our
events. We want to encourage SBCC members to submit their
photos of rendezvous, cruises, races, and events for all to
see. Simply email your photos with descriptions of
the event to
Where do we fly what? This article in
can help sort it all out.
strikes a chill in every sailor.
Do you know what to do when someone on your boat goes overboard?
Quick Stop Procedure description from the
for Mariners seminar presentation is available for
Preventive Maintenance list
Provided by Bob Forman with the help of Rusty Bradford who used to
head up service at Hinckley.
Hurricane Resource Center