Brentwood Bay Power & Sail Squadron Revised 2016 Cruising Calendar

Brentwood Bay BC


Feb 23, 2016

The events are open to all boaters and you are encouraged to check out the schedule and make plans.

Reply dates are all 7days before the start date for the cruise in question.

Note exception: Victoria – Ron Harris Memorial Cruise.

There will be Pancake Breakfasts on Sunday mornings. (volunteers please).

May 6 – 7
Spring ICE BREAKER Cruise
Just a shake down to see if everything still works. Weather dependent.
Port Browning: Marina 250-629-3493  

May 13 – 15
Ron Harris Memorial Cruise
*Special Reply Needed:  Before April 15th please so they know how many to book for.
Victoria Harbour Marina: Shannon 250-383-8326 ext. 265     

May 20 – 22
Flare Shoot and Fire Extinguisher Training
This event is hosted by our friends Friday Harbour Power Squadron and takes place on San Juan Island. We’ll cruise to Roche Harbour and be picked up from there.  Read more

June 10 – 12
Saltspring 063 Cruise       
*Note: Reverse order
Fri.  Montague Marina   250-539-5733  – pot luck. 
As the dock is needed for the event activities if possible please tie up – it’s only fair to the Marina.
Sat.  Maple Bay Marina 250-746-8482  – pub night.   

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