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Things you mite Like to know
Based in Prestatyn on the lovely North Wales coast, the sailing club was formed over 40 years ago(1969) on land leased from the local authority. The club itself, with its own compound was built and created by its members, who continue to remain dedicated and active in repair, maintenance and improvement.
A newly negotiated lease means that we can continue to operate and provide a top
Amenity for a range of water enthusiasts who live both locally and in surrounding areas
Which include Anglesey, Merseyside, Chester, Warrington and as far as Stoke on Trent.
We have 3 large and modern four wheeled drive tractors which enable us to launch and retrieve our craft at virtually any state of the tide.
The present membership consists of power and fishing boats, some sailing enthusiasts, jetskis and a social membership who just enjoy the surroundings and club amenities.
We carefully control our ratios of the various watercraft and all water members have to show a proven comprehensive insurance for the craft they operate.
We are unable to launch or recover craft over 20ft in length or commercial craft. We have access to a local under cover storage yard approx 10 minutes from the club house this is priced at a special rate per month for our members if required.
Our financial year begins on January 1st and applications for new memberships are independently considered.
As previously stated, our overall membership levels are carefully controlled to enable the club to handle craft quickly and efficiently on lovely summer days and the various days during the year when we have fishing fun days etc and there are numbers of craft using the facilities.
We are a growing club and will welcome new members with open arms with over 140 members in the 2009 season its a very friendly atmosphere all year round
We are open to new members from the 29th Jan 2010 if any one is interested in joining the club we have a meeting on above date from 8pm onwards
yearly subs for new members for the 2010 season are £100 subs and a one of joining fee of £50
Cameras are up and running so you can view the sea conditions before you leave home
Prestatyn sailing club Skippers Duty of Care
Safety Equipment is required on all vessels at all times and is the responsibility of the skipper/owner to check that this is in place:
1 Life jackets meeting British Standard Specification for each
Person on board or Buoyancy aids to SSBNF approval
2 Suitable anchor attached to a chain
3 Flares, hand held type. At least 2 of which must be within the
Expiry date shown. Mini flares are acceptable, but Prestatyn sailing club strongly advise that hand held type are available on the Vessel.
4 Compass – fixed or hand held
5 Bailer – if not equipped with a self bailer
6 Fire extinguishers – Power Boats
7 Vhf Radio fixed/handheld or mobile phone must be carried
8 No vessel shall be launched or be used from the Prestatyn sailing club launch facilities unless there is in force, in relation to the
Vessel, an Insurance Policy covering third party risks,
Either unlimited in amount, or with a limit not less than fixed
Per accident by the major marine insurance companies.
The Skippers Duty of Care: Skippers must be aware that they are fully responsible for the safety of
Them selves, their crew, property and vessel at all times.
It is to be hoped that the above information will clear any grey areas surrounding the minimum requirements of the club.
Ultimately it’s the users responsibility to bring there vessel up to this minimum standard’s each time they go to sea.
The Club has set these as its minimum safety requirement for all boats wishing to use the clubs facilities.
I as the member/owner of said vessel agree to the above terms and conditions and confirm that all items listed are present and correct
Vessel number/name membership number
Sign………………………………... Print name…………………………………………..
REMEMBER THE SEVEN PPPPPPP,
PRIOR PLANNING / PREPARATION, PREVENTS **** POOR PERFORMANCE.
but at the end of the day its down to the skipper of the boat