Dinghies, windsurfer boards and windsurfer trailers only may be stored in designated club berths upon payment of a berth fee.
As a large club with limited capacity we do need to manage our boat berths carefully to ensure all berths are used and paid for appropriately. Dinghies, windsurfer boards and windsurfer trailers may only be stored in designated club berths upon payment of a berth fee. Tim our boat park manager does a fantastic job but we all need to play our part in helping him.
To enable the boat park to function correctly the following guidelines should be followed:- New or existing members requiring a boat berth should contact the boat park manager Tim Cripps email:- firstname.lastname@example.org Don't just put your boat into an assumed free space – they will likely be moved. A current year sticker showing your membership number will be issued upon payment of the boat berth fee. This will be fixed by the Boat Berth team on the plaque to the left of your berth.
Members who have not renewed their membership by 1stMarch will have their dinghies moved to a holding area with the stated monthly fee charged in line with the Club Constitution. No craft other than dinghies and boards may be stored at the club and only one dinghy is permitted per berth. All designated berths (except Toppers/Oppies) have anchor points; members are required to ensure their craft are suitably tied down. Members are responsible for ensuring their berths are kept tidy and foliage cut. Do not rest or tie dinghies onto the dividing rails. Should you sell/buy a dinghy to/from an existing member and keep the berth please contact the Boat Park Manager so that the database remains accurate. There is a designated area for windsurfer trailers and a limited number of windsurfer board berths within a container. Please speak with the fleet captain. Dinghy trailers must not be left in car parking areas. Trailers may be stored either in your boat berth or in the area within the trees adjacent to the main carpark. Please attach your name to the trailer. We thank you for your continued cooperation.
Last updated 10:41 on 28 January 2019