General Meeting, Savin Hill Yacht Club

Pelagic Sailing Club Logo 2015The purpose of the Pelagic Sailing Club (PSC) is to bring together competent skippers and crew for their mutual sailing benefit. The Club’s mission is to promote safety on the water, seamanship sailing, and good fellowship. This club is a great way to meet other sailors, to improve your sailing skills and, most especially, to sail. [More]

General Meetings are free and open to the public.

General Meetings are hosted monthly from April through November at:

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Savin Hill Yacht Club

Savin Hill Yacht Club
400 Morrissey Blvd., Fox Point, Dorchester, MA 02125
Latitude: 42.309292  •  Longitude: -71.044234


April through Oct: … 4th Thursday
November: …………… 3rd Thursday

General Meetings begin, at 6:30 pm Eastern time, with a brief social among skippers, crew, applicants, and guests. Following a brief business meeting, a noted speaker presents an interesting topic relevant to sailing and seamanship.

Check the Calendar for scheduled events, speakers, topics and updates.
For details, browse the month full-page, or select any event from the right sidebar.  Pelagic Ensign

2017 General Meeting Schedule

4/27 Skipper Crew evaluation tips & cruise planning

5/25 Jim Healey from Coast Guard Sector Boston briefs us on the Tall Ships Parade of Sail in Boston Harbor in June

6/22 Ken Legler, Tufts sailing coach and race manager narrates a slide show: “World Sailing Tour”

7/27 Eric Jay Dolan reads from his book: “Brilliant Beacons: A History of the American Lighthouse”

9/28 Bill Scanlon, founder of Mass Bay Sailors and PC of MBYCA & WYC welcomes PSC back.

10/26 Mark Gabrielson presents his book: “Corinthian Resolve – The Story of the Marion Bermuda Race”.

11/16 John Huth, professor of physics at Harvard, presents his book: “The Lost Art of Finding Our Way”.

Send inquiries about speaking at Pelagic Sailing Club general meetings to:

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