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Mooring

 

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  Visitors (blue) moorings are generally available in the harbour on arrival and can be arranged with the Fowey Harbour Commissioners. Summer weekends and Regatta Week can be crowded in the harbour so rafting up may be necessary.

During the summer the Club now has a floating pontoon to accommodate yacht tenders and small boats up to 16ft.

Visiting yachts are  now able to stay overnight on Beryl's yard pontoon, rafted up if necessary. Mooring hours are 6pm to 8am but the normal 2 hourly stay may be added to this so that boats can stay from 4pm to 10am. There is a higher charge for this.

 Follow this link to Fowey Harbour Commissioners website and click on Leisure/Port Information, where the Fowey Harbour Guide (published annually) may be downloaded. This gives full details of harbour charges, places of interest and helpful advice.

The Club has a limited number of permanent moorings available for use by Members for boats ranging in length from 12-20 feet.

Dinghy and Engine racks are available ashore.

Please either contact the office for an application form or download it from here.

Please note that there is presently a waiting list for moorings.The list for moorings is updated regularly and full details are posted on the notice board outside the office.

Rules for application and use of Club Moorings are detailed in the attachment below. All Members are requested to read and familiarise themselves with the content.

 

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USE OF CLUB DINGHY

The Club dinghy has now been moved to a permanent running mooring (frape). If you are using the dinghy please clip the dinghy on the ring below the buoy after use, and pull out the mooring. Please leave the oars tidily below the seat.

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