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The Galley, NSC Restaurant And Bar

The Galley Restaurant & Bar is open for business 5 days a week. We offer a Winter Menu along a Friday Night Special on Nov. 15. Reservations are not required at The Galley.

This Friday’s entertainment with Pat n’ Cyril will start at 7:45pm. Open to everyone.

Chef Rony will be featuring a Brunch Menu starting Sunday November 10, from 10am to 2pm. Our Sunday Brunch menu will be available every Sunday until April 2020.

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Harbour Closure Date: 16 November 2019

We are now in the last steps to prepare the harbour and yard for winter. The date for closure of the Harbour is 16 November. At that time, the Service docks, Face dock, and parts of W dock will be moved to the centre of the harbour area and away from the walls. It is highly recommended all boats be out of the harbour by this date.

Mike McEvoy, 1953 – 2019

Please join us for the Celebration of Life of Mike McEvoy, a passionate dinghy racer, keel boat sailor, coach, mentor, and lifelong advocate for the sailing community at large who was a very active NSC Club member.  The event will be held at Nepean Sailing Club on November 13, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
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NSC 2020 Regattas – Hold The Date

Book your 2020 calendar for our annual regattas. Ottawa Skiff and Cat Grand Prix – June 6, 7. Nepean One Design NOD 2020 – June 20, 21. National Capital Cup – July 4, 5. FANFARE – September 12, 13. Tell your sailing friends. Many other events will be announced, as planning progresses.

Turkey Trot 2019 – Report

A strong turnout of 40 boats sailed the Turkey Trot pursuit race on Thanksgiving Monday. Congratulations to Hugo Morin and Tristan King from CVGR for line honours in their 49er, accompanied by their fan club, and to NSC’s Lone Shark as top keelboat. The horde of hungry sailors then shared a turkey feast in the clubhouse. more…

Anchoring Clinic For Cruisers – Report

Our first anchoring clinic for cruising boats was held on July 14, and we were pleasantly amazed by the turnout. Teams from 16 boats enjoyed the technical presentation on how, where and when to anchor. Thanks to NSC volunteers Rick Anderton, John Moss, Rick Nelson, and local expert Ken Aalders, who together created and delivered the training. more…