I don't know why anyone in South Florida with a sailboat wouldn't be a member of this club.
HISC organizes more than 20 formal buoy races for multiple classes each year.
HISC has an active youth sailing program taught by qualified club-members.
HISC hosts many land-based social events each year.
HISC holds approximately 20 cruising events each year.
As promised, I’ve posted a copy of my Bahamas 101 presentation.
And we’re off! It’s been a great start to...
March is here, and with it a new “Commodore Year”. Our wildly-popular...
Happy New Year—it has a special meaning this year and I think many
We take some things for granted. If you ever ask me how I am doing, my response is typically...
November is a big month for our club, will you...
The Board of Directors have produced an update to the club's ByLaws and are presented to the club
Hillsboro Inlet Soundings 11/03/2021
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District Four, will host a Construction Open Hou
At the outset of this Commodore year, I am enormously grateful for the...
HISC is in the news again with an article about Jim and Barbara Wallace
We cannot control the direction of the wind, but we can adjust the sails.” Cliche?....
Article published by the New Pelican about our response to COVID
A group of girls who have learned and grown through their involvement at HISC Youth Sailing