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Club Boat Hire - New Process from 1st May

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Published 16:45 on 27 Apr 2022

From the 1st May online bookings for club boat hire will be implemented.

The executive committee have agreed that Club Lasers and 420's will remain free of charge to hire.

Boats available to hire online are as follows:

2 Handed Boats

  • 420 No1 Berth 223
  • 420 No2 Berth 224

Single Handed Boats

  • Laser Full Rig (Timex) Berth 112
  • Laser Full Rig () Berth 108
  • Laser Radial Rig () Berth 107
  • Laser Radial Rig () Berth 109
  • Laser 4.7 Rig () Berth 110
  • Laser 4.7 Rig () Berth 111

We also have the following boats for hire by prior arrangement with the Bosun; Paul Kimmens. (, 07788 299788)

Two Handed Boats

  • - RS Vision
  • - Laser 2000
  • - Laser 3000
  • - RS 200

Single Handed Boats

  • - Topper


Members MUST attend an induction session for the class of boat that they wish to hire. (Note: the Laser Induction covers all Laser rig sizes). These sessions take place on Super Saturday's or by special arrangement with the Bosun; Paul Kimmens,

There is no cost to members for inductions carried out during a 'Super Saturday' session.

Once complete, you will be granted access on the website to make reservations for this class of boat. These options are available on the specific boat class page.

Members must adhere to the hire terms and conditions (click here).

Bookings are for half days slots or for Weds evening.

You must be a current club member and hold at least a RYA Level 2 certificate, or have relevant previous sailing experience. Your ability will be assessed during the induction, and once complete your website profile will be updated to allow you to make a booking. .

If you have completed an induction for one class of boat and you would then like to sail another class of boat, then you will be required to complete a further induction in that class of boat. This is to ensure that you know how to rig the boat correctly, and to ensure that the boat is not damaged through lack of knowledge about the boat.

Any damage or missing items must be reported using the fault reporting process. If you cannot access the club house please report to the club bosun; Paul Kimmens, 07788 299788

Club boats MUST NOT be sailed in winds greater than force 4.

Members may use club boat at times when there is no safety cover on the water. At these times members are required to adhere to the lone sailing guidelines as printed in the club handbook.

To make a booking for a single handed boat click here

To make a booking for a two handed boat click here

For terms and conditions click here

Last updated 17:45 on 13 August 2022

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