Rear Commodore House
IntroductionThe Club is currently housed on the wall at the Western end of the Marina. It has a pleasant sunny (well, sometimes) terrace with views over the outer harbour entrance. Equipped with a full bar and kitchen facility, the club house welcomes its members and visiting sailors to drink and dine. Read on for more information about what delights the club has waiting in store for you.
The clubhouse is the focal point of our activities so please use it to socialise and check on what is happening via the notice boards.
We welcome passing yachtmen and sailors to visit the Club and use our facilities. We do ask that visitors sign the visitors book. We are always welcoming new members. See the membership page for details.
Guests who are not members are welcome as long as they are signed in for up to 4 visits. After that if they want to continue visiting the club we ask that they become members.
Membership checks are sometimes carried out by the membership secretary and we expect the utmost courtesy shown at these times as they are representing the Board of Directors and implementing their instructions to carry out these checks.
|Sunday||08:30 - 16:00 approx||Race day.
Sunday lunch. 01273 818711 or John 07775 917790
|Wednesday||17:00 - 23:00|
|Thursday||17:00 - 23:00||Divers night, all members welcome.|
|Friday||12:00 - 23:00||Social members evening.|
|Saturday||12:00 - 23:00||Noggin and Natter with the galley open until 21.00 please ring 01273-818711 to book a table and check the menu.|
The Club will close early when there are no members to serve!
News of the Clubhouse
The club is still in temporary accommodation on the inner wall. As part of the redevelopment of the marina, the yacht club has been negotiating new premises. We have reaching agreement for funding of a new floating yacht club in the marina. Unfortunately in the present financial climate the redevelopment has been postponed and we estimate that we will continue in present premesis for at least two years.
So we can now look forward to a period of stability and we have improved the building with new windows and doors plus a new lick of paint.
We are continuing a programme of improvements that will involve the members in work parties so keep an eye on the website and the notice board for information.
We have improved the bar area with new pumps and facilities, plus a small expansion in the range of wines available.
Nevertheless the yacht club has been involved in developing plans for the new yacht club. Below are some of the plans: