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LFHA Jargon

Summer / Winter - LFHA operates a two season year.  During the summer suitable vessels are moored in the estuary. Their tenders and sailing dinghies and  canoes occupy the hardstanding.   During the winter months, most of these vessels  are removed from Association property, replaced by the summer-moored vessels.

Storage vs Berthing
Whilst most summer-moored vessels are stored over winter on the hardstanding, the storage of sailing dinghies over winter is not permitted. Storage implies taking up space with little regular boating involved.

Beach mooring - shallow, lighter-duty moorings within a few metres of MHWS for small tenders only,  south of brook.  

Craning - Typically in April and October (tide dependent) the Harbour Board hires a mobile crane to lift the large summer-moored  vessels between the water and the hardstanding.

Hardstanding / Dry harbour / Dry Berth graveled area overlooked by LSC balcony, just above MHWS on which dinghies are berthed in summer, cruisers stored in winter

Wet harbour  / Wet Berth - tidal area bounded by the harbour walls also including the brook

Ted’s Folly - hardstanding to north of wet-harbour for tenders only.

MHWS - mean high water springs - the average HEIGHT of the HIGH WATERS of SPRING TIDES above Chart Datum