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Craning Ashore 2017             

Craning Ashore: Saturday 7 October, Safety Briefing at  0645 prompt.  Owners or their deputies of vessels being craned must attend.   Only those who have previously paid the £50 craning ashore fee will be lifted.

[Fall-back  date:  Saturday 21 October  S/B 0645 ]     


Further detail for boat owners as published in LSC Sept Newsletter:


End of the Summer Sailing Season                                              

  1. Dinghies and all other craft not licensed to stay on the hard for the winter are to be removed from Harbour (as stated on LSC programme) by the end of Saturday 30 September please.

2. 10am  Sunday 1st Oct,  tidy up of hard – time to be confirmed   

3. Unlicensed [for winter] tenders to vessels on moorings may remain on the hard after 30th  – on condition that they are  removed by noon on Friday 6th

4. Licensed dayboat owners who bring their vessels ashore themselves for a winter dry-berth at the harbour are reminded that they may only do so AFTER craning has completed.  (for explanation see http://www.lympstoneharbour.org.uk/craning.html )

5. Dinghy owners wanting a winter dry-berth should (re-)contact LFHA Membership Secretary  lfhamemsec@gmail.com asap with vessel details and reason.

6. Recent winter dry-berth conditional licensees (annual review) will be informed if there is insufficient space for you.

7. Craning 7th October:  Safety Briefing 0645 all involved shall attend.  First lift to follow.

8. Visit this website for updates and latest information.        

 Winter Dry-berth Waiting List         23.8.17

The winter dry-berth waiting list  is out-of-date and will be revised after the Harbour Board meeting on 5th September.

Keep Alert to Theft         

Attempted theft of an outboard from a moored vessel thwarted due to good security but not damage-free.         25.6.17


 Stacking of vessels on the hard in summer          30.5.17

<<See answer to FAQ 11>>  



Dayboat owners who hitherto have brought their vessels ashore before craning.  Please click here to find why no more.   27.2.17

    

Mooring Survey August 2016

We had previously advised members that a new survey of the Association’s moorings was to take place and this was carried out last month.   Lat. Long and UK OS positions of 76 moorings were logged, of which 13 (17%) could not be identified because the buoys had no identification number or no boat attached.   No action will be taken until the start of the 2017 season, at which time, if they are still unmarked, it will be assumed that they are abandoned and the buoys will be removed.

As a result of the survey, moorings which could not be found have been removed from the active list and are now available for re-allocation.

A reminder that moorings must be inspected, at least on an annual basis, & that includes the messy bits in the mud.