Other useful information
No cars are allowed on the grassy areas of the dinghy park.
No cars should be left unoccupied on the roadway to the launching area or crane. Cars should be parked in the Nicholas Everitt Park carpark - download the RingGo app and its easy to pay the fee (Currently: £2:00 for up to 4 hours, or £4:00 all day).
Club House bookings
The Club can be booked by Members for private parties. Please contact the Rear Commodore for details and to confirm the Club is available.
The Club owns a number of dinghies, from Optibats for youngsters just starting out thru to Lasers and 2000's for those wanting to race competitively. The boats are available for suitably experienced Members to take out. Please contact the Sailing Secretary for details of the boats and to confirm they are available for you on any particular day.
Mooring up at the Club
When both keelboats and dinghies are sailing, and there is a break between races for teas and coffees, the northern pontoon is for the keelboats, while the dinghies use the southern pontoon.
Using your own boats
Before using your own boat on the Broad, it must be insured for racing and have third party insurance cover of at least £2,000,000. Also, it must be registered with the Broads Authority, and have the appropriate tolls paid (see: Annual toll (broads-authority.gov.uk)).
Last updated 07:38 on 10 January 2024