Two blokes in a boatClub Fleet and Equipment

The club owns boats and equipment which is available for use by all members.

The club has recently acquired a canoe and also has a range of equipment available to help members maintain their own boats both in and out of the water.

A complete list of equipment can be found in the Club Documents section.

Most equipment requires some previous experience before use, and all require care. For example, the pressure washer can cut wood – so use with discretion.

There will always be a member that can provide advice.

Other equipment (mainly the tractor and lifting gear and the safety boats) is restricted to use by qualified people for club purposes.

Ask if you’d like to be involved as volunteers are always welcome.

The RIBs and motor launch are also sometimes used, with WSC crews on board, to assist at external events such as Pyefleet Week and the Town Regatta.

 

Motor launch

Viking is a 20ft motor launch with diesel inboard engine owned by the club and available for members to use. Viking has a carrying capacity of 12 persons including helm and crew.

Sailing dinghies

The Club owns ten dinghies in three different classes. There are 8 Topaz dinghies, the classic designed Wayfayer and the latest addition a Yachting World Day Boat

Yacht cruiser

The club boat “Black Hunter”, a small cruiser (Hunter 19) has now been launched and is on its mooring ready for the use by any club member and the cadets