Club Boats

Our club boats are for use by club members. We now have seven boats. The committee has recently decided to make them free for use by all competent members. If however you break things can you take personal responsibility to fix them, and if you have an accident you are liable for the 'excess' insurance amount!

A bit about the classes

 

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The OMEGA is the ultimate family day sailor. She provides you with so many sailing options. She's equally happy cruising or pottering, racing or blasting. Fast, fun sailing with a gennaker and trapeze or a relaxed day with your family and friends - you decide. The famous Howlett design hull stability means that Omega sailing is always fun and relaxing and drama free.

We only allow these to be used on approved courses - not for general use please

 

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The Wayfarer is a wooden or fibreglass hulled Bermuda rigged sailing dinghy. The boat is 15 foot 10 inches (4.82 m) long, and broad and deep enough for three adults to comfortably sail for several hours. Wayfarers' size and stability have made them popular with sailing schools.
Rudder and sails stored in cage in club house storage
see OOD

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The GP14 was designed by Jack Holt in 1949. The idea behind the design was to build a General Purpose (GP) 14-foot dinghy which could be cruised, raced or rowed, capable of also being powered effectively by a small outboard motor, able to be towed behind a small family car and able to be launched and recovered reasonably easily, and stable enough to be able to lie to moorings or anchor when required. The boat was initially designed with a main and small jib as a comfortable family dinghy.

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The Laser Standard is one of the most popular single-handed dinghies in the world.A commonly cited reason for its popularity is that it is robust and simple to rig and sail, while the performance characteristics match those of more complex racing dinghies.
Rudder, centreboard and sails stored in cage in club house storage
Mast, boom, and sheets stored on wall in club house storage
see OOD

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The Laser Pico dinghy is a small sailboat designed by Jo Richards in the mid-1990s and used primarily for training and day sailing. It can be crewed by one or two children or adults. Current models come equipped with both a mainsail and a jib.
Rudder, centreboard and sails stored in cage in club house storage
Mast, boom, and sheets stored on wall in club house storage
see OOD

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The Simple and Sensational Topper – Whether just messing about in boats, having fun off a beach, learning to sail, flat out blasting or competitive racing. It is easily rigged in a matter of minutes, is rugged and safe for beginners and an exciting race boat too as your skills develop
Rudder, centreboard and sails stored in cage in club house storage
Mast, boom, and sheets stored on wall in club house storage
see OOD