Calling all members to attend the AGM and steer the course of the clubs future, starting at 8pm sharp. See previous AGM minutes here
We have decided to cancel the quiz night on Friday 1st November, due to the Laying up supper on the Saturday 2nd November Please mark this date in your diary and more information will be released soon Guests are welcome
NEWS FLASH – Laying up supper SAVE THE DATE !!! – 2 November 2019 New Venue Different menu Bring your friends Details to follow shortly.
In line with trying to make this the best boat club website in the UK and providing the members with a useful source of information the following has been added to the website….check them out A Club news announcement section on the right hand side bar A feed from the digital magazine ‘Yachting Monthly’ see […]
Lat Friday at the monthly club meeting two teams left the safe harbour of the woodcocks and set sail on a boating game adventure, tackling the perils of the open board and the misdirection of the whimsical game master. The cutlass wielding, pint swigging shipmates interchanged banter and the lead position as the story unfolded […]
“We very much regret that due to the high winds forecast for this Saturday the Brayford Belle is unable to sail and therefore our Cocktail Cruise has to be cancelled. Everyone will get a full refund of their £15 ticket and we shall do this as soon as possible.”
The Laying up supper is now organised for November 2nd at the Lincoln Hotel !! Following discussions with members we have listened to what people were saying about the venues and undertook an investigation into other options this year for the laying up supper, after deliberation we have chosen the Lincoln Hotel £25 […]
View the Photos Here ” The Boat Club held it’s annual BBQ at the end of Ellisons Quay on Friday night and about 50 members turned up for the feast. We started at 19:00 and the party went on until 23:00. In addition this year we had the opportunity to play table tennis and a […]
Despite the inclement weather the Festival was a great success. The Commodore would like thank all the members who contributed their time and efforts to erect the gazebo, manning the stall and dismantling the gazebo after the event. Thanks to their efforts they raised £157 from the Tombola stall for the Boat Club. Thank you […]
“Despite the inclement weather last Friday, we had an excellent turnout of 30 members for our Fish & Chip Supper at Saxilby. Special thanks go to Paul Williams for organising the event and to Keith Gerrish who did sterling work picking up and delivering the food. Thank you to everyone who took part”.