Sandy Bay Sailing Club appreciates and values all volunteers with their contribution vital to the successful running of on and off water events held at the club each year.
Volunteering is a great way to keep yourself active and at the same time to enjoy the benefits of being a part of the great community at SBSC. Our volunteers range from the dedicated who volunteer on a regular basis, to those who volunteer once or twice a year. Every little bit helps. SBSC Volunteers are involved with both on-shore and on-water roles as a part of the many sailing and social activities, so there truly is something for everyone. Volunteers assist in conducting the Sailing Program of the club in many different ways, from the highly qualified and experienced Race Officers on the water, to the patrol boat and mark laying assistants.
The list below will provide some insight into the many and varied roles that volunteers assist with throughout year:
- Race Officers
- Shore Patrol
- Committee Boat (Recorders, timekeepers, flag signals, sound/signals)
- Patrol / Mark Boat Skippers and crew ( Mark laying and on water competitor assistance)
- Change Room Cleaning
If you are available to help with any of the above or think you have a skill that SBSC could benefit from please let us know. More information can be found through the links below: