Skegness Yacht Club welcomes new members to share the great sailing to be had from this unique location.
Those who are interested in joining are asked to come over and meet with one of the friendly committee members who’ll talk you through the suitability of the club and the haven for your needs. An Application Form is then issued and on return will be submitted to the Management Committee at the next meeting. The prospective member will then be asked to attend an informal interview prior to a final decision being made on their membership application.
For new members with little experience of the area you’ll find that the club offers a friendly introduction to the intricacies of the channel and mooring in the river. As well as invites to ‘sail in company’ with other members on trips to local ports and clubs. More experienced members have sailed from Skegness across the North Sea to the continent, and even further afield.
All moorings are drying, in to mud, this suits certain keel types and boats better than others. A reasonable level of competence is required to safely navigate the channel and the local area, so please feel free to contact us to discuss the options available.
For further information please feel free to contact the club secretary Alex Leeson. Tel. 07460 434 182 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note the whole application process could take around 6 weeks. Just in case you’ve purchased a new boat and need somewhere to locate it.
Annual Membership Fees 2017
- • Full Membership £35
- • Family/Joint Membership £40
- • Junior Membership £10
Club membership includes: access and use of the clubhouse facilities, including toilets, shower, kitchen and workshop; invitation to club events including sailing and social events; and an annual parking permit.
- • Joining Fee £100 (one-off payment on joining)
- • Sailing Cruiser Mooring Permit £275
(£50 discount applies for prompt payment)
- • Sailing Open Day Boat Mooring Permit £150
- • Slipway Permit £25
- • Club Tidetables £2
NB Yachts on club-controlled land or moorings must hold a minimum of £2,000,000 public liability insurance.
No trailers may be left on site, as the area is set within a scenic nature reserve.