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How do I join Lympstone Sailing Club?
I can’t sail but want to join...
Quite a few of our members can’t sail but enjoy the atmosphere and social events. Others are retired sailors. If you’d like to sail, we will try to help you find someone to sail with. We run sail training courses, although these are primarily for youngsters. There are more sail training programme at Starcross or Exe sailing clubs.
I’ve joined… now how do I get to use the members only area of the website?
REGISTER TO USE MEMBERS AREA OF THE WEBSITE
Registering to use the members area of the website is a different process to subscribing as a member of LSC – but don’t worry it’s super easy! Once registered, you will have access to private members-only areas of this website, including booking club boats.
How do I use the Club boats?
The club boats are for all members to use but must be booked out and treated with respect. Please use the boat booking form on the website. If you’d like some help with rigging first, please contact our sailing secretary on firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I get a mooring?
As an LSC member, how do I go about arranging to keep my boat at the harbour and/or on a mooring?
The foreshore, harbour and moorings are owned by the Lympstone Fishery & Harbour Association. You must therefore seek licenses from the Harbour Board to use their property. Due to limited berthing space, there are waiting lists for certain facilities, in particular, dinghy summer dry berthing.
For more information please refer to F.A.Qs on the above website. Also under Membership, one can find Application for Membership forms.
How do I get a dinghy space?
The land around the Club is owned by the Lympstone Harbour & Fisheries Board. They administer the spaces and the waiting list.