Members’ News

Stop Press – 13 May 2022

There is still space for one or two more licensed dinghies.

Space in racks is being filled by invitiation, working down the waiting list.

Unlabelled vessels will not be deemed to be licensed as from 1st June.

11 April 2022

No additions to landbased licenses (canoes & dinghies)  until the end of April.  Licence Labels are now available from the Electricity Supply Pillar on the hardstanding.
New vertical racking for 6 inflatable tenders now created – 3 places availble for licensed inflatable tenders. Trollies may be stored at the back of the racks.

Annual General Meeting was held on 15 February 2022

After many years of excellent service, Dr Tim Whiter stepped down as Treasurer.   Basil Strickland was elected in his place.

Fees remain at 2018 levels this year.

Important changes in the limiting of the maximum number and types of craft per household were agreed for 2023.

Summer Season start-up Tuesday 19 April

Tuesday 19 April   All owner-launched summer-moored vessels to have vacated the hardstanding by 6pm.  Only tenders to vessels afloat & those overwintering may be on the hardstanding

Craning Afloat, Wednesday 20 April 2022

Assemble 8am, first lift 8:15am

Working Party - tidy & shuffle craft on racks, Friday 22 April 2022 1400

Volunteers from 1400 to tidy hardstanding & shuffle canoes/kayaks

Saturday 23 April Harbour Open to Summer-licensed vessels

Dinghies and rack stored craft may return to the Harbour from today.

Sunday 9 October 7:30pm Harbour Closes to summer-licensed craft

All summer-only licensed craft to have vacated the hardstanding by 7:30pm (except tenders to craft still on moorings & winter licensed racked craft)

Wed 12th Oct 2pm Working party to prepare site for craning

Volunteers welcome to tidy up hardstanding

Thu 13 Oct Craning Ashore from 7:15am, first lift 7:30am

The Harbour will be closed to all except those specifically involved with the craning process.