Beach mooring - lighter-duty moorings within a few metres of MHWS for tenders only
Craning - Typically in April and October (tide dependent) the Harbour Board hires a mobile crane to lift the larger vessels between the water and the hardstanding
Dry harbour / Dry Berth / Hardstanding- graveled area overlooked by LSC balcony, just above MHWS on which vessels are stored
Wet harbour / Wet Berth - tidal area bounded by the harbour walls but including the brook
MHWS - mean high water springs - the average HEIGHT of the HIGH WATERS of SPRING TIDES above Chart Datum
Summer / Winter - LFHA operates a two season year. During the summer suitable vessels are moored whilst their tenders, sailing dinghies & canoes occupy the hardstanding. During the winter months, most of these vessels must be removed from Association property.