Using this system a member may book a club boat for racing or social sailing except Saturday afternoons and Sundays, when our Cadets, and RYA training take priority – for Saturday afternoons please apply to Cadet Captain Richard Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org> or Sunday bookings to Chief Dinghy Instructor Eric Finlayson <email@example.com>
It is possible to book sessions of 4 hrs each
The time slots are designed for morning, afternoon or evening sessions
If a time for a particular day is not shown, then the boat has already been reserved by another member. You have the option of trying to reserve a different boat. To cancel a booking please email Robin Lince <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Our new design National 18 Odyssey is not on the booking computer but can be booked with N18 Class Captain Michael Vasey <email@example.com> or 07860 214 489). In the case of Odyssey only, we ask for a donation of £10 for a social sail and £20 if entering a race, which helps fund her upkeep, insurance, and river licence.
After sailing members are requested to sign off in the Club Boat book in the Changing Room undercroft. If a problem needs urgent attention please email club bosun Paul Jamieson: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Club boats may only be used by members. Patrol boats are normally only active during club racing and training. Members are fully responsible to decide whether or not to sail, having regard to all the circumstances. Under 18s may only sail if accompanied by a responsible adult. Members should have a minimum of 12 month’s experience or equivalent of sailing on Tamesis Reach plus a minimum qualification of RYA Level 2 or equivalent.