Moorings

Pontoon berths

Individual berths for vessels over 3.25m are pre-allocated to existing berth holders each year. A waiting list system operates and is strictly adhered to. Members who wish to have an individual berth should contact the Club Administrator who will place their name on the list and will contact them when a space becomes available and is allocated to them. A place, once offered, will remain open for acceptance to the end of the calendar year in which it is offered, and, if n o t accepted, that Member’s name will be transferred to the bottom of the list. Pontoon berths for vessels under 3.25m will be allocated on receipt of the relevant fee, on a first come, first served basis. As a general rule there will only be one pontoon berth per Member. Only open boats will be considered for pontoon berths. Sailing dinghies will not be allocated berths on the pontoon.

Sailing dinghies

The dinghy park is for sailing dinghies only. A waiting list operates for berths in the dinghy park. Please follow the instructions above (for pontoon places) for a place on the dinghy park. The foreshore and dinghy park must becleared in the winter. Dinghies may not be kept in the Club car park at any time. Deep water moorings A surcharge will be added if used during the winter. Payments Pontoon and dinghy park charges must be paid not later than l s t March when the necessary permit will be issued. Any Member with unpaid dues after this date will forfeit their berths. Permit stickers All vessels on HRSC premises MUST display their current permit sticker.Vessels must also display the owner’s membership number for identification purposes.

The jetty

The jetty is for Club Members to launch small boats, scrub keelboats and carry out minor repairs, between tides. Electricity is provided at the bottom of the ramp. In order to avoid congestion or disappointment, Members wishing to bring their keelboats alongside must book their vessel in the log kept at the Club bar. Unless there are exceptional circumstances, yachts will not be allowed to remain alongside for longer than 24 hours. Boats or cars must not be parked on the top of the jetty at any time, or boats tied alongside other than for short periods.

2017 MOORING FEES (1st April to 31st October)

Deep Water Mooring £26.15 per 300mm
(minimum charge £500 at the discretion of the Committee)
Sailing Dinghy Park Adult £105.00
Sailing Dinghy Park Junior £70.00
Sailing Dinghy Park Rack £70.00
Car Park Dinghy Area £65.30
Green Area for Junior Dinghies £38.00
Shed Key £16.30
Canoes and Kayaks £31.00
Tender on Pontoon (under 3.25m) £103.75
Trailer Summer Storage £52.00
Drying Mooring (boats up to 22ft) £364.00
Inflatable Dinghy Rack £41.50
There is no waiting list for boats under 3.25 metres. Spaces for these are allocated on a first come first served basis from January onwards by contacting the Club office. If your tender on the pontoon has an outboard engine please could you ensure that you place a bucket over the propeller to avoid damage to other boats.
Finger Berth Moorings
Maximum: Length 5 metres; Beam 2 metres; Weight 450kg
Outboard: 2 stroke 90hp or 4 stroke 75hp
All boats regardless of length £290.00
All finger berths are allocated via a waiting list system. If you would like your name added to the list (one per family) please contact Penny on 01326 231006.
All payments must be sent direct to the Club Administrator, HRSC, who will issue a Permit with vessel identification number. Cheques should be made payable to HRSC. Post dated cheques cannot be accepted.
Please DO NOT place your vessel on the premises until you have paid and have received confirmation of a position on the Property, and are in receipt of a Club’s Mooring sticker. Mooring stickers should be placed on the boat before it is placed on the premises.
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