Belonging to a Club can mean:

Great rigging area: Plenty of room to park your boat and trailer, and room to get the spars up.
Excellent Clubrooms: Never again will you put off that shower until you get home.
Plenty of water under the boat: No problems for centreboarders as we sail around high tide.
Well organised racing: Our race officers follow written down procedures, run a skippers briefing and present results at the end.
Exciting sailing: Our short course races coupled with good fleets and the regular easterly summer breeze make for close racing in ideal sailing conditions.
Safe sailing: We have our Safety Procedures to follow, there are our safe sailing messages on this website and we run a skippers briefing before sailing. Our sailing will be postponed or abandoned if the Race Officer considers the weather or river conditions to be dangerous and we have four support rescue boats.
Great spectator views: Our sailing venue is directly in front of our Clubhouse. Bring your friends and family along to watch the sailing from the balcony or in the comfort of our upstairs lounge.
Friendly atmosphere: It's never too much trouble to give you the time of day or advise you on that nagging tuning problem and we'll give you a warm welcome regardless of your age or experience.
Apres-sail: Join us in the clubrooms for a chat and refreshments after sailing and enjoy the vista of the sun setting.
Boat storage: For an annual fee you can secure your boat under the clubrooms or in our enclosed section adjacent to the CLubrooms for a speedy launch and getaway on race day.
Coaching: In addition to the ongoing informal coaching offered by our assortment of seasoned sailors, each year we offer coaching courses for beginners using our Club fleet of yachts.

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