October 27, 4PM – Lisa Sette, Biologist, Center for Coastal Studies
Title: Pleasant Bay: Seals in all Seasons.
Presented by Center for Coastal Studies biologist Lisa Sette.
When: 4pm October 27th, 2020
Lisa Sette directs seal studies at the Center for Coastal Studies and is a founding member of the Northwest Atlantic Seal Research Consortium (NASRC). CCS has been surveying seal haul outs in Pleasant Bay since 2008 and has been part of a team of scientists from CCS that have been providing outreach and education programs through
the PBCB summer programs for young students. Lisa will present on the long term monitoring project in Pleasant Bay and other seal projects underway at the CCS.
Topic: Lisa Sette Seal Talk at PBCB
Time: Oct 27, 2020 03:45 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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We Love Optis!
Last spring, we brought two Optimist prams that were in the rafters back to life. It was not long before a few of our instructors, like Eddie Goggin, and some of our little skippers were reliving a faint memory or experiencing an exciting, new to them, sensation. Afterall, the single-handed “Opti” truly is sensational for when you climb in one… you are in command! What this means is you are the skipper, you are the crew, and you need to learn what makes a boat sail and fast. A tiller extension and hiking straps allow a young sailor to “hike out”. This can be crucial to maintaining the boat in near horizontal disposition during heavy air, allowing greater speed through the water. What a blast!
It registered very quickly, that if PBCB could organize a small fleet it would make an ideal transition boat between our Flying Scots, Sunfish, 420’s. The Opti is no slouch, due to its inherent stability, unstayed rig, robust construction and relatively small sail, the boat can sail in winds of up to 20 knots.
The word got out through social media and by summers end, we received donations of five of these late model dinghies and parts in decent shape. So, the PBCB Optimist Pram program is born and we now offer afternoon Optimist classes three day per week. These sessions will build on the elements of the rules of the road, fleet racing, with the goal of learning basic team racing, 3 on 3. We are really looking forward to making this tick.
Registration opens February 1st!
Our Sailing and Science Day Camp is Cape Cod kids’ home away from home. Long summer days of adventures with friends on Pleasant Bay.
Monday through Friday
9am to 4pm
June 29 – August 28 for 9 full weeks
Days will be filled with progressive sailing instruction, hands-on aquaculture education, science projects, and plenty of nature and wildlife discovery.
We have designed a program that is reminiscent of old fashioned coastal New England summer camps, and we are committed to affordability. Make your kids’ or grandkids’ summer plans now, and be ready to register on February 1st!