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Car Park 
Now includes parking for 100 cars
Boat Park
Boat park users must keep their boats in the allocated space and return their empty trailers, which must be marked with the boat/owner's name, to that space while sailing.
Boats must not be left parked under the Crane.
Unauthorized boats and trailers may be removed or immobilized and payment for storage, on a weekly basis, will be charged.

  Use of club's pontoons, moorings, dry berths, slipway, crane, dinghies, tenders and launches is subject to the by-laws of the club and to the Waterside Regulations.
In the case of a conflict between the by-laws and the Waterside Regulations the by-laws shall take precedence.  See Full Waterside Regulations Here


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Bosun Services

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Launch Services

The Club Launch is a free service is provided for members with river moorings and for visitors and members who have berthed on the East Pontoon. The operational area for the launch is river moorings from the mouth of the river to south of Mercury.
The launch will not normally pick up or deliver to marinas connected to the shore.
During Club events and regattas priority will be given to participants/competitors.
The launch operates at the following times:
Summer (1st April to 30th September):
Monday to Thursday 0800 - 1800
Friday to Sunday 0800 - 2000
Winter (1st October to 31st March):
Monday to Sunday 0800 - 1800
The launch may not be called later than 30 minutes before the launch service ends.
The maximum number of persons to be carried by the launch is 10. The Bosun has authority to reduce the maximum if he considers that it is necessary and has the authority to refuse to operate the launch if he believes it is unsafe to do so.
Calls to the Club launch are to be made on Channel 37 (Marine 'M') using low power and the call sign "Southern Launch" or by mobile 'phone on number 07900 872461.

  Use of club's pontoons, moorings, dry berths, slipway, crane, dinghies, tenders and launches is subject to the by-laws of the club and to the Waterside Regulations.
In the case of a conflict between the by-laws and the Waterside Regulations the by-laws shall take precedence.  See Full Waterside Regulations Here


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Crane

The crane is for the use of members and competitors boats only.
The weight limit for the crane is 3 tonnes.
All strops/slings used on the crane must have a valid strop test certificate; on no account may the crane be operated with strops/slings that are not correctly tested and approved.
The Club has sets of strops and slings which have been correctly certified.
The crane may only be operated by the bosuns or by members who have attended and passed appropriate training sessions; operation is at their risk. Other members and competitors can book the facility through the Sailing Office but may not operate the crane.
The Crane key will be held by the duty bosun or, outside the bosuns' hours of duty, by reception. It will be issued to authorized users upon request and must be returned immediately after the launch or lift; any damage or loss will be the liability of the person to whom the key was issued.
Other than the authorized user all other persons must keep clear whilst the crane is in operation. Non-members are not insured to use the crane.
Boats must not be left unattended underneath the crane and must leave this pontoon if the crane is in use.
The club has a power washer for the use of members. This must be booked with the bosuns and must not be used by anyone under the age of 18.

  Use of club's pontoons, moorings, dry berths, slipway, crane, dinghies, tenders and launches is subject to the by-laws of the club and to the Waterside Regulations.
In the case of a conflict between the by-laws and the Waterside Regulations the by-laws shall take precedence.  See Full Waterside Regulations Here


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Dinghies & Slipway

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Members' Tenders and Inflatables

All types of tenders, inflatables etc. are required to have a permit, issued by the Sailing Secretary, and to pay a fee for storage on Club premises.
The permit should be displayed on the inner transom together with the name of the Member's yacht where applicable.
Only one permit per Member is allowed with the exception of Family Members whose children may also have an allocation on the Youth Group rack. Permits will be issued on a first come first served basis. Unidentified tenders may be removed.
Inflatables and Sailing Dinghies must be kept in the racks or storage areas provided when not in use.
Outboard motors are not to be stored at the Club and must not be left on dinghies afloat at the Club for more than short periods.
Members may not chain or lock their tenders to the pontoon. A painter of at least 4.5m (15 ft) must be used in order not to restrict access.

  Use of club's pontoons, moorings, dry berths, slipway, crane, dinghies, tenders and launches is subject to the by-laws of the club and to the Waterside Regulations.
In the case of a conflict between the by-laws and the Waterside Regulations the by-laws shall take precedence.  See Full Waterside Regulations Here


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Club Tenders

There are a number of club tenders available for members' use, equipped with a pair of rowlocks and oars. When not in use the oars and rowlocks should be stowed in a seamanlike manner and not left in their sockets.
Tenders should be returned to their normal position immediately after use and never left on moorings when the yacht is absent without good reason. Please look after the tenders, and report any damage or deficiency to the bosuns immediately.

  Use of club's pontoons, moorings, dry berths, slipway, crane, dinghies, tenders and launches is subject to the by-laws of the club and to the Waterside Regulations.
In the case of a conflict between the by-laws and the Waterside Regulations the by-laws shall take precedence.  See Full Waterside Regulations Here


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Showers & Toilets

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Electricity, Water & WiFi

Electricity and Water
The cost of electricity and water is charged at the rates current at the time to berth holders and to visitors who have booked for 1 week or more.
For visitor bookings of less than a week electricity and water is included in the mooring charge.
WiFi
We provide a free WiFi access point. Please ask at reception for the login and password.

  Use of club's pontoons, moorings, dry berths, slipway, crane, dinghies, tenders and launches is subject to the by-laws of the club and to the Waterside Regulations.
In the case of a conflict between the by-laws and the Waterside Regulations the by-laws shall take precedence.  See Full Waterside Regulations Here


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Jet Washing & Scrubbing Off

Scrubbing Off
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Jet Washing
The club has a power washer for the use of members. This must be booked with the bosuns and must not be used by anyone under the age of 18.

  Use of club's pontoons, moorings, dry berths, slipway, crane, dinghies, tenders and launches is subject to the by-laws of the club and to the Waterside Regulations.
In the case of a conflict between the by-laws and the Waterside Regulations the by-laws shall take precedence.  See Full Waterside Regulations Here


Club Accommodation

Within our 18th Century listed cottages overlooking the River Hamble, we have created 11 new bedrooms and a master suite with 21st century technology and elegance whilst retaining the classic charm of the original Club House.   All our interior designed, beautifully furnished, comfortable bedrooms have en-suite shower rooms, Internet access and TV.
Tea and Coffee are also available in each room.
The daily room rate includes full English breakfast & VAT at 20%
All Booking Enquires: Tel: 023 8045  0300 0900 - 2100 Mon-Sun       Booking
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Room 1 - First Floor - Members £74.25 - Non-members £99.00

A twin bedded room with views along the River Hamble.
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Room 2 - First Floor - Members £74.25 - Non-Members £99.00

A double bedded room with views along the River Hamble.
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Room 3 - First Floor - Members £86.25 - Non-members £115.00

A triple bedded room with  views of the River Hamble.
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Room 4 - First Floor - Members £86.25 - Non-members £115.00

A corner family room (one double, one single) with views of the River Hamble.
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Room 5 - First Floor - Members £67.50 - Non-members £90.00

A twin room overlooking Rope Walk.
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Room 6 - First Floor - Members £52.50 - Non-members £70.00

Single room overlooking Rope Walk.
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Room 7 - First Floor - Members £67.50 - Non-members £90.00

Twin bedded room overlooking Rope Walk.
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Room 8 - Second Floor - Members £74.25 - Non-members £99.00

RESTRICTED HEADROOM - SLANTING CEILING
Double room with views of River Hamble.
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Room 9 - Second Floor - Members £74.25 - Non-members £99.00

RESTRICTED HEADROOM
Double room  with views of River Hamble.
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Room 10 - Second Floor - Members - £52.50 - Non-members £70.00

Single bed with views of River Hamble and Southampton Water.
Rooms 10 & 11 access the same staircase - ideal for family unit.
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Room 11 - Second Floor -  Members £86.25 - Non-members £115.00

Triple Room with views of River Hamble and Southampton Water.
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R C-W Suite - Ground Floor - Members £116.25 - Non-members £155.00

Double bed, bathroom, kitchenette and lounge. 2 seater sofa, sofa bed and dining area.
Views of Rope Walk and River Hamble.
 We regret that owing to the nature of the building there is no disabled access to any of the accommodation.
  Parking - please see this link for parking information while the PPYH work is carried out

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