15. Does sailing occur all year round from Lympstone?
In general, no.
The Harbour operates on a two-season cycle, summer & winter.
During summer, the larger vessels reside on moorings, with tenders kept on the hardstanding. Sailing dinghies occupy the central hardstanding with paddlecraft on racks. A sailing programme is organised by the Lympstone Sailing Club.
During winter, the sailing dinghies are removed from the Harbour & the summer-moored fleet returns to the hardstanding. In general, little or no boating takes place.
Twice a year, the Harbour Board hires a large mobile crane for the transfer of the bigger vessels between land and water. The cost of the hire is shared equally by those whose vessels are lifted.
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