Craning Ashore Fri 2 Oct 2020 from 0600
All privately-owned dinghies, & summer-only licensed tenders & craft to be removed from
the Harbour by 1900 on Wed 30 September to allow time for site preparation & marking out on Thursday. If Craning Ashore is prohibited, all the vessels that were craned in June can be accommodated in the wet-harbour over winter 2020/21.
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Click/tap here to see how the LFHA
administers this privately owned harbour.
If you wish to use the Harbour, including the slipway & the foreshore for boating & launching of SUPs, canoes etc, you must be licensed by the Harbour Board.
Pedestrians are welcome on our property, dogs must be kept on short lead & droppings removed. Dogs are not allowed amongst the boats on the hardstanging.
No new applications for hardstanding or rack space will be considered before the winter-licensed vessels have returned
Summer Season Ending
- countdown to craning
If Government (covid) Regulations allow, the sequence of events are as follows:
Saturday 26th Sept kayaks/canoes/paddleboards only licensed for summer to vacate the racks
Winter-licensed lasers to be moved onto racks
All other dinghies and craft to be removed from the hardstanding by sundown apart from tenders to vessels still on moorings may remain on or near Ted's Folly
Hardstanding empty of unlicensed craft
Thursday 1st Oct
Hardstanding clear for tidy up; mark out craning lines, - hire crane will arrive pm.
Friday 2nd Oct
0600 Craning operations commence - harbour closed to general public until the crane has departed. DIY recovered hitherto moored vessels may only come ashore once the crane has departed. Covid rules apply LSC toilets will be available on a restricted basis, the Clubroom will remain closed.
|2020 AGM Report|
|Access to LFHA property|
|GDPR - personal data handling|
|Genesis of LFHA|
|Homebased Portable Craft (HPC)|
|Newsletter January 2020|
|Oversubscription of the Hard|
|Tender Oversubscription on the hard|
|Winter Dryberth Waiting List|