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MBSC Newsletter – Tuesday 18 June 2024









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It was a big weekend at the Sailing Summit and Training in Focus

Hosts were Royal Perth Yacht Club and Mounts Bay Sailing Club. 

Presentations available via 
Sailing Summit
https://www.sailing.org.au/community/sailingsummit?fbclid=IwZXh0bgNhZW0CMTAAAR2kqjcVtNrBFaN5csXsR1uOfdo8GnjC62m2fyv3o5e0q3SmUOyKFhsIIXY_aem_JZd5P_xIwoeIFw2XoY81Kg

Training in Focus
https://www.sailingresources.org.au/training/traininginfocus-live/?fbclid=IwZXh0bgNhZW0CMTAAAR3VZg2Rom_ZnzybEuNodBejNdJo8UeOs0gPP0bzFKE6Ce6XA9WMywkrXLg_aem_eH-reAdFGysJrrkGGYVF_w

MBSC Life Long member Ian Beeson, Friday 24 May 2024. 

Ian was asked what inspired him to sail as part of our volunteer day. 
This is his story;

By Ian Beeson
This photo is of my father Capt. Leslie Stuart Beeson. A Merchant Navy Capt. with the British India Company. Let the sea life to marry and settle down in Melville, WA. Where as a small boy saw dad build several boats, mostly small ones, one like a TS16 but a bit smaller. Another one like GP14 but a bit bigger. Also I believe he sailed a VJ in his younger days. So I went with him on the boats that he built.  I also sailed as crew on a Heron when I was at Junior Boarding School, with the House Master who was from England. He had built a Heron at school as he was the woodworking teacher there. As he and his wife had no children, and all of the other boys were farmer’s sons, and that my father as a Capt. in the Merchant Navy, I was asked to sail as crew which I did. We sailed out of Perth Dinghy Club at Matilda Bay. 
I left boarding school to go b ack home to Melville Senior High School. Dad signed me up to 1St Fremantle Sea Scouts, at the time our hall was at East Fremantle sailing Club, in Bicton. I learned to sail and do all the nautical stuff to enter into the Master Mariners Shield which was held once a year at Pelican Point Sea Scout Hall. It was in 1992 when I came to MBSC after I saw an advert asking to try Laser Sailing at the club. So I came and tried, the  next weekend was a come-try-sail promotion at the club for all sorts of craft. After that I came down regularly and sailed as fill-in crew on 16″skiffs, sharpies and finally settle as crew for Tasers, and the rest is history.

To inspire others is to lead by example and to have a passion and a commitment to the task. I would recommend to volunteers to ask themselves what you can do for your club, and not what your club can do for you. I have found that the more I do the more I get back in kind and I feel proud of our club.

MBSC 2024 Lifelong Member
Mr. Ian Stuart Beeson
 

Back to Memory Lane, a little advice from 1932.
Thanks Greg Jennings for the find! 

You might have seen the socials announcing the Kingsman arrival!

Mounts Bay Sailing Club has partnered up with Event Republic to host a semi-permanent deluxe marquee over a 4 weeks-period. 

NEW SITE ACTIVATION ANNOUNCEMENT!
29th December 2024 – 29th January 2025
Proudly brought to you by @eventrepublicau and the Riverside Lawn at the picturesque @mountsbaysailingclub
The Kingsman 15m x 30m on lawn.
Short Time Period so get in quick!
Email us at events@thekingsman.au for full information and pricing or via events@mbsc.com.au
 

** IMPORTANT **

PLEASE COLLECT YOUR LAWN AND TENDER RACK STICKERS FROM THE OFFICE.

If your watercraft remains unidentified by 20 September 2024 the Club may take action to dispose of it.

Thank you, MBSC Management

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