During his remarks, Commodore Meyer said that the yacht club is happy to assist and make smaller donations to organizations that support boating in the Abacos. The RMHYC is a yacht club based in Marsh Harbour with a membership of about 600 members from the United States and Canada.
Commodore Woody Sutton and Susan Harward, members of the Royal Marsh Harbour Yacht Club (RMHYC), presented a $3,000 cheque to Chris Prewitt of the Bahamas Air & Sea Rescue Association (BASRA) on Feb. 5.
BASRA’s Annual Fundraising Event is back and organizers do not want you to be the only one in the Abacos not there. This year’s fundraising gala for the Bahama Air Sea Rescue Association, sponsored by Veuve Clicquot and Hennessy, is happening Saturday, January 23 at the Abaco Inn on Elbow Cay.
BASRA (Bahamas Air Sea Rescue Association) held its annual Evening of Elegance on January 17 at the Abaco Inn. BASRA, and Hope Town Fire & Rescue, are non-profit, volunteer organizations that have saved many lives in Abaco over the years. One of their most recent acts of heroism included being the first responders of the recent shark bite victim off Elbow Cay.
The Abaco branch of the Bahamas Air Sea Rescue Association (BASRA) held their annual Evening of Elegance fundraising dinner and auction on January 25 at the Abaco Inn on Elbow Cay. BASRA is a volunteer organization that is committed to providing emergency services and saving the lives of distressed boaters and airmen in The Bahamas.
The Abaco branch of Bahamas Air Sea Rescue Association has been awarded the prestigious Association for Rescue at Sea (AFRAS) Caribbean Search & Rescue Award for 2012. AFRAS membership includes the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary and the British Royal National Lifeboat Institution as well as many other marine rescue organizations worldwide.
A Fundraiser held for the Bahamas Air Sea Rescue (BASRA), hosted for the first time by the Abaco Inn, was well supported by local residents and second homeowners during a black tie dinner event on January 19.