Sea Week – 8th to 12th August 2022

Sea Week 2022 is less than 1 week away, so here are a few more details for the week.

For those who have never attended Sea Week before, it’s a fantastic opportunity to enjoy the unique setting and wonderful facilities our club has to offer.

The club house and beach are open throughout the week and members arrange a wide array of on, and off water activities.
Many members camp on the field which creates a great festival atmosphere with the PBSC village appearing from the Thursday before until the Sunday after Sea week.

There’s something for everyone and Planning for Sea Week 2022 is well under way and set to be another action-packed week. The event is now live on the clubs Facebook page so please check in there for the latest updates.
If you would like to attend Sea Week then please fill in the google form in the following link to give details stating how many people will be attending in your party and if you would like to purchase a meal deal ticket.

Everyone chips in on chores to ensure the bar remains stocked, safety boats are safe and club house and green are kept orderly.

You’ll be asked to sign up for some of these duties when booking.

Please find attachments explaining roles and responsibilities, the simple Sea week rules  plus a schedule of when help is needed.

This year our new club president (Steve Jobling) is sponsoring “The kick-off Sea Week BBQ” on Saturday 6th August in the evening after round one of the annual Cadet Cup takes place during the day,

Team Races are scheduled for Sunday and then the official Sea week activities begin on Monday the 8th August and continue through until the evening of Friday 12th.

Saturday 13th See’s round two of the Cadet cup take place with normal Sunday racing resuming on the 14th.

Due to it’s extreme popularity Sea Week is a strictly members only event, and members are reminded that for safety reasons children must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times.


Saturday 6th – Cadet Cup & El Presidentes BBQ

Sunday 7th – Team Racing and camping fun

AM Boat based games on the water for all ages and abilities. Pirate Games, general skulduggery and swashbuckling (Fancy dress and water pistols mandatory, all mutineers will walk the plank) Cruise to Norman’s Bay for Ice Creams on the beach, followed by a short sail to Ronnie’s for traditional light refreshments. Cruise or cycle depending on wind & weather Boat based games on the water for all ages and abilities.
PM Free Sailing Free Sailing
Treasure Hunt
Cruise return to PBSC Free Sailing Cruise return to PBSC Free Sailing Free Sailing &
‘It’s a knockout’ games on the green
Race Sea Week Series 1 & 2 Sea Week Series 3 & 4 Eastbourne Pier Sprint Race.
Race from the club to the Pier and back
Sea Week Series 5 & 6 Sea Week Series 7 & 8
Food Cajun/Creole night Greek Night Indian Night Italian Night Mexican Night
EVE Beetle Drive or Race Night Pirate party murder mystery games Quiz Night Movie & Popcorn Night Cocktails/Mocktails,
Piñata & presentations

Food will be a bit different this year, we don’t have an external caterer so all the food will be cooked by volunteers!

The plan is to have a continental breakfast spread each morning and an evening meal included in a meal deal ticket, with lunch and cakes etc on a pay as you go basis (Lesley has volunteered for lunches but will need help everyday)

Evening meals will be themed and hosted by a volunteer who will also need willing help to get everything prepared and served.

This will be on a pre-paid daily basis or a weeklong meal deal ticket that’s discounted.

Menu outline for the week is attached as a separate document.

The general idea is that each day will hold something for everyone; morning fun sailing activities, afternoon free sailing, early evening Sea Week series of mixed fleet racing, cruises, treasure hunts, evening socials and more…


Each evening after dinner we will have some fun and games in the clubhouse, following a loose schedule, you can always chill by the fire pit, on the patio or the beach if it’s not your thing.

The communal fire pit will be setup on the green, We might need firewood if anyone has dry logs or clean firewood/pallets please feel free to bring them for the pit.



The Aquila Meal Deal Ticket will be available to cover a continental breakfast & dinner for the five days, lunch snacks and afternoon treats will be available for purchase from the wet bar.

Adults Five-Day Ticket £60.00

Childs Five-Day Ticket £48.00 (under 16yrs)

If you wish to buy individual meals through the week, you must pre-warn the galley Crew as we will only be catering for the numbers we know about.

The wet bar facilities will be open to members when not in use by the for club cooking, so you can self-cater if you wish, please make sure to clean down when you are finished and label any food if using the members fridge freezer.


IF you are planning on camping and/or taking advantage of the Aquila Grill Meal Deal please let me know using the Google form here

or send me an email using

We really need these response forms to make sure we have enough room for everyone who wants to camp and to allow enough meals to be prepared for each day.

There is £25 per family charge to camp for the week – to cover the additional cost of cleaners and keeping the club open.

Please fill in the Gift Aid form and bring with you when attending Sea Week.

So – Once again I’m off into the loft to dig out all the necessary (& unnecessary) camping paraphernalia for what I’m hoping will be a fun & memorable week.

See you on the water/beach/green/patio 😊

Ant Mechan –  Social Secretary

PBSC sea week menu 2022

Sea Week Duty Roster 2022

Sea Week Notice 2022

Sea Week Simple Rules