Boat berths

Dinghies, windsurfers and windsurfer trailers only may be stored in designated club berths upon payment of a berth fee.

To enable the boat park to function correctly the following guidelines should be adhered to; your cooperation is appreciated:-

New members or existing members requiring a boat berth should contact the boat park manager Tim Cripps on phone (see SCM) or email:- boatpark@ncsc.org.uk

A temporary holding area is available on the grassed area adjacent to the children’s play area. BOATS MUST NOT BE PUT INTO AN ASSUMED FREE BERTH: THEY WILL BE REMOVED.

A current year sticker showing your membership number will be issued upon payment of the boat berth fee. This must be displayed on the rail to the left of your berth.

Any boats located in a berth not displaying a current berth sticker are likely to be removed to free up space for new members boats. New season stickers must be displayed by 1st April to avoid losing your berth.

No craft other than dinghies and boards may be stored at the club and only one dinghy is permitted per berth.

All designated berths (except Toppers/Oppies) have anchor points; members are required to ensure their craft are suitably tied down. Members must insure their craft whilst at Notts County SC, this includes third party whilst in their berth.

Members are responsible for ensuring their berths are kept tidy and foliage cut.

There is a designated area for windsurfer trailers and a limited number of windsurfer board berths within a container. Please speak with the class rep.

Dinghy trailers must not be left in car parking areas. Trailers may be stored either in your boat berth or in the area within the trees adjacent to the main carpark.        

                                                                                                Oct 2017

NCSC Boat Park Berths 2017 plan

There are a limited number of windsurfing berths in a container for regular users of the water. Please contact David Eberlin. These should be paid for when you renew (£30 a rack)

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