Our signature First Sail program has wrapped up its fourth year. Often called the “best field trip ever”, more than 300 local kids from the Monomoy and Nauset School Districts participated in the exciting introduction to sailing on Pleasant Bay. For many, it truly was their “first sail”! 
These students had the opportunity to engage with the marine environment of Pleasant Bay and experience the thrill of sailing. We hope many of these first sailors return to our campus during the season and eventually become PBCB members, instructors, and of course, stewards of the Bay. Thanks to the Friends of Pleasant Bay for their generous grant that makes this program possible.


May Newsletter: We’re Gearing Up for Summer!

There’s lots going on at PBCB’s campus as we get ready to greet summer, sailors, students and guests! Have you seen the latest Newsletter? It’s chock full of information on upcoming programs, events and happenings. From Bioblitz to First Sail, from Fins, Whiskers and Claws to the Monomoy High School Sailing Team practicing at PBCB, we’ve covered it all! And there are some great photos too! Check it out by clicking here

PBCB May 2017 Newsletter
PBCB May 2017 Newsletter


PBCB Stars in Edible Cape Cod

PBCB Stars in Edible Cape CodWhat do climate change, local food production on Cape Cod and … hmmm, PBCB have to do with one another? Local journalist Aline Lindeman connects the dots for you. In the Spring edition of Edible Cape Cod, the quarterly magazine that investigates and celebrates the local, organic food of Cape Cod, Lindeman explores the connections between the changes we’re already enduring from climate change and the land and sea-based food products produced here on the Cape. Along the way, she pauses to explore how the origins of Pleasant Bay Community Boating fits into this. Curious? To read the article, click here!