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We love to meet and do anything we can think of in sight of, near to, or on the water! Owning a boat is not a requirement. Everyone who loves the water and our beautiful Skidaway waterfront is welcomed! 

Attend our next event:

February 24 – (Sunday)  

It’s not too late to sign up and attend the February 24th “Tall Tales” Potluck Dinner, to be held at 6 p.m. at the Skidaway Island State Park’s Group Shelter Building. Enjoy friendship around the fireplace as Lee Carroll, our well travelled skipper, espouses a few tall tales from his voyage from Manila to Hong Kong. There is no charge for this potluck dinner and BYOB event. Please RSVP to siboatingclub@gmail.com and include your name(s) and what dish you would like to bring (appetizer, entree, veggie/salad/side or dessert.).  Non-members are also invited. Email siboatingclub@gmail.comwith any questions. This event will also kick off our 50/50 raffle to benefit the Tiny House charity.

Raffles will be held at each SIBC event this year. Tickets are 1 for $1; 6 for $5; or “Lucky” 13 for $10. Exact change is appreciated.

In Addition:

Please mark your calendars as the club holds our annual “burning of the socks” event on Thursday, March 7th from 5-8 PM at Landings Harbor. Bring your old worn out cotton socks to be burned that symbolizes the beginning of the boating season where we shed our winter clothes and welcome the coming of spring! This event is BYOB with chili (meat and vegetarian) and cornbread compliments of The Marshes of Skidaway Island. Our guest speaker at this event will be Ms. Cindy Kelley, the Executive Director of the Chatham Savannah Authority For The Homeless.  Members are requested to bring a package of new white cotton socks for donation or a suggested cash contribution of $10 to aid in this worthy cause supporting the Savannah community. RSVPs are requested to siboatingclub@gmail.com in order to ensure we have enough chili and cornbread for all to enjoy!

BOAT CLUB KICKS OFF 2019

Close to 90 SIBC members started the new year in style with our annual kick-off dinner and new member sign-up, held Jan. 17 in the Plantation Ballroom.  The festive and informative kick-off event featured a delicious three-course dinner, an update on planned events, and the transferring of the captain’s hat to in-coming commodore Paulette Hamilton.

Members also voted on which charitable organization the club will support through its fundraising efforts. The final tally clearly showed our overwhelming support for The Tiny House Project for Veterans, sponsored by the Chatham-Savannah Authority for the Homeless, which received more than half the votes. Our donations to this sorely needed project off Wheaton Street will help restore dignity to our forgotten veterans.  Boat clubs across the country are known for their charitable activities. SIBC is ready to step up, too!

TIME TO RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP FOR 2019

The Social committee has put together some new and fun events for this year, like “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere” cocktail party, a sunset cruise and a Sunrise Breakfast. We will be featuring a 50/50 raffle at each event (beginning in February) with proceeds going to a local organization – one we hope you will help us choose from one of the suggested (they will be featured at the event) or one that you may have in mind.

The 2019 Membership dues can be paid by Paypal or credit card (below) or by sending (mail or tube) a check made to “SIBC” to Susie Fusco at 3 Brooks Lane Savannah, GA 31411.




RECENT EVENTS

    IN OCTOBER

The Skidaway Island Boating Club (SIBC) celebrated the traditional end of the boating season with a “Spooktacular Year-end Bash”  which was held on Thursday, October 18th. The Year-end Bash was a monstrous success, with Spooktacular decorations, devilishly good food, and a frightfully good time enjoyed by all. Ghosts fluttering in the breeze welcomed guests in the entranceway, Barnes Catering served up fantastic food, and the music kept everyone in the mood! Many embraced the spirit of the evening, attending in costume. Judges awarded prizes for some very unique categories, which were won by a biker chick, a Pope, and a 1950s sock-hopper! Three cheers for all of our contestants!

Many thanks to Susie Fusco and her crew for putting this event together. The event marks the traditional end of the boating season, even though boating is enjoyed year-round here on Skidaway.

Keep an eye out for announcements on SIBC social events in future newsletters as you enjoy the upcoming holidays.

OTHER RECENT SIBC EVENTS

On September 11th, the Carefree Boat Club hosted a cruise to A-J’s for lunch. Sixteen SIBC members participated; it was a picture perfect day to enjoy the hour long cruise.  A big thank you to the Carefree Boat Club for their generosity!

Also in September, A group of women from the SIBC, known as the Sea Sisters (a faction of the Carefree Boat Club) took a short holiday in St. Augustine, FL. St. Augustine, founded in 1565, is the oldest city in the US. The Sea Sisters took advantage of one of the benefits Carefree Boat Club offers – reciprocity with other Carefree locations. They cruised the intercostal waterway on a 22′ pontoon boat named General Relativity.

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Questions about the club and events?

Email: siboatingclub@gmail.com

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 Fill out the APPLICATION and pay your dues on the same page!