Bellingham Sail and Power Squadron is a non-profit
boating club which has served our community for 54 years,
teaching safer boating and organizing fun events.
BSPS is a unit of the United
States Power Squadrons® , incorporated into USPS District
16. Read more about USPS history.
Squadron Events For events information or to RSVP contact Jill Hummel, Admin Officer, (360) 756-8052.
About the Monthly Dinner Meetings - Guests are welcome. The Squadron meets on the 2nd Thursday of the month* at 6:00 pm at the Squalicum Yacht Club (2633 So Harbor Loop at Coho Way), Bellingham, for social time, dinner, a short business meeting, and a presentation.
*No dinner meetings in June, July, August, December.
About our Summer Cruises and Picnics - Monthly during summer, we have a weekend boating rendezvous. We meet up at different destinations and enjoy a group dinner on Saturday evening, and more.
May 17-19, Port Browning, B.C., joint cruise with Langley PS. Port Browning Marina, www.portbrowning.com 250/629-3493 Activities: Crabbing, games, and eating Saturday: Potluck Dinner Sunday: Potluck Appetizers with Crab Feed and Barbequing (bring you own stuff for the Barbie) RSVP to our Cruise Hosts Jim & Cheryl West.
May 25, Public Flare Shoot (10 am Blaine Marine Park) and our Squadron Picnic at Peace Arch Park With Langley Power Squadron.
May 26, Sea to Ski We provide ommunications & safety boats.
June 8, Friday Harbor Participate in a predicted log race with the Friday Harbor Yacht Club and Power Squadron.
June 21-23, Poulsbo, D-16 Rendezvous
July 13, Sea Skills in Blaine Cruise hosts: Tom and Penny Dalgliesh, David and Paulette Sitzenstock.
August 9-11, Sucia Island Cruise Hosts: Michael and Leslie Guelker-Cone, Jim and Blair Marcotte.
August 23-25, Telegraph Harbor Canada, Hosts: White Rock
September 14-15, Stuart Island, Prevost or Reid Harbor, hosts
Executive Committee Meetings - The Bridge Officers meet monthly on first Thursdays for a business and planning session: 7 p.m. at WECU Education Center, 5659 Barrett Road = the southeast corner of I-5 and Main (exit 262), Ferndale.