Thank you for all your support in 2018, the Commodore and Committee hope that you have a very Happy Christmas and we look forward to a fair wind and good sailing next year. We have been Elfing about again click here to see this years Christmas Greeting from the Starboard Gang and here for the Port Crew
After years of borrowing others gazebos the club has invested in an easy to erect gazebo of our own, together with feather flags. There will be no missing us at the events we attend.
7:30 for a 8pm Start in the function room of the Woodcocks. Come along for a fun evening and find out what you know or don’t know!
Don’t forget this Friday is my Rear Commodores quiz – The Quiz of the Rear 7:30pm for an 8pm start – Woodcocks Function Room Here is a taster question :- Who said “My chances of being PM are about as good as the chances of finding Elvis on Mars, or my being reincarnated as an olive.” […]
We have uploaded some more pictures of last Sunday’s trip to Washingborough, thanks to Steve and Viv, including an image of the Commodore showing he is so confident of his new auto-helm to steer him through the Glory Hole that he is happy to relax below deck. If members have any more photos of this […]
Check out the Commodores recent cruise to wells, no sign of Pilot and First Mate Steve Bates, presumably taking the pictures! Click here for the pictures Click here for the video
With great regret I have decided to part with Scooby Do our beloved family boat, she is a boat that has seen much fun and laughter. Scooby is a Shetland 4 plus 2 described by Shetland as ‘a compact cruiser with comfort and accommodation in mind’. She is dry and in excellent condition. Dimensions (approx.) […]
The Club ran a Novice Boaters’ Weekend on the 30th June & 1st July, taking part were Karoline & Robin Lassiter on Neetie Noo and Sharon, Alan & Kieran Taylor on Jani, read what they thought about the weekend below. “On a very warm and sunny Saturday morning we met at The Woodcocks for a […]
Great night BBQ. Lots of new members came along so it was a great opportunity to meet up and make new friends. Thanks everyone.
It has been reported that there is a boat at the end of the residential moorings as you go into Lincoln (just past Bridge 2), which is being particularly aggressive towards boaters who are, in their opinion, exceeding the speed limit. Members are reminded that the speed limit on the Fossdyke is 4mph which reduces […]