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Our Paddlesports Fleet

All users of rowing/paddlesports equipment self-certify their understanding of the SOPs for the craft they are using (see 'Downloads' below). SUP users please note we provide quick release waist leashes for safety in tidal water with multiple obstructions.

Valiant - St Ayles skiff

Four oars plus cox and spare pilot seat.. She is 6.7m long and weighs 165kg

  • How much? Members only: £20.00 per two-hour session (FREE for members during the week - booking is still essential)
  • Where is it? In the dinghy park next to club power boats.
  • What do you need? Four rowers and one cox all with flotation devices (now mandatory), mobile phone, shoes that can get wet, gloves (blister prevention) and codes for dinghy and quay gates (codes available in members area).
  • Experience needed? At least one on-board person to have rowing experience (pref. in Valiant), knowledge of the channel and harbour and able to assess wind, weather and water conditions. All users must be competent in self-rescue techniques.

Nimrod - sculling Yole


For one or two scullers. It is 4.74m long and weighs 60kg. It has sliding seats.

  • How much? Members only: £20.00 per two-hour session (FREE for members during the week - booking is still essential)
  • Where is it? Dinghy park next to the club power boats.
  • What do you need? Flotation device, mobile phone and codes for dinghy and quay gates (codes available in members area).
  • Experience needed? One on-board person to have rowing experience (pref. in Yole), knowledge of the channel and harbour and able to assess wind, weather and water conditions. All users must be competent in self-rescue techniques.

Monearn - Swift coastal quad

Our newest addition to the fleet. Built for coastal rowing. With a top crew she can take on some quite serious conditions, but for now we're keeping her limited to F3 and below! She has four rowers and one cox. Its sculling, so two oars per rower. She is built from kevlar and carbon fibre, weighs only 140kg and at 10m long she moves incredibly fast.

  • How much? Currently Monearn is only available to be hired for self-lead rowing by authorised members. Members not yet signed off may currently only use her during coxed and or coached sessions. The fee for coached sessions is £7.50 and coxed sessions are £2.50 per seat. Boat hire charges of £20 per two-hour session apply at all times for self-lead sessions.
  • Where is it? In the dinghy park next to the kayak racks
  • What do you need? Four rowers and one cox. The cox must wear a flotation device at all times, and there must be flotation device for all rowers on board (now mandatory), vhf, mobile phone, shoes that can get wet, tight fitting clothing ideally without pockets as these can get snagged when sculling, codes for dinghy and quay gates. Warm clothes for after rowing are recommended.
  • Experience needed? Currently Monearn can only be coxed by authorised coxes with a competent sculler in bow. Sessions for less experienced members are bookable on the website (look for 'Coached' or 'Coxed' sessions.) As she is new to the Club we are working on offering basic sculling coaching in Nimrod with Peter or Laura to get rowers up to a standard and able to join sessions in Monearn. Depending on how you quickly you pick it up we envisage this being one or two sessions. All users must be competent in self-rescue techniques.

Please familiarise yourself with the SOP for Monearn. It is essential that members understand the requirements for some experience of sculling and that she will only go out in winds up to F3.

Paddleboards

There are four STX 10'6" inflatable boards and one Super Trip Tandem 14' inflatable board.

  • How much? Members only: £15 per 2 hour session. Tandem board £25 per session. All boards are FREE for members during the week - booking is still essential.
  • Where are they? Boards are stored underneath the Raptackle starting platform. Paddles are in the club office.
  • What do you need? Code for padlocks (available from office after booking), flotation device, mobile phone, sailing shoes/neoprenes. Boards have bungies so dry bags can be stowed.
  • Experience needed? At least one paddleboarder in the group to have SUP experience, knowledge of the channel and harbour and able to assess wind, weather and water conditions. All users must be competent in self-rescue techniques.

Kayaks

There are two Wavesport Scooter one-person kayaks

  • How much? £15 per 2 hour session. All kayaks are FREE for members during the week - booking is still essential)
  • Where are they? Kayaks are stored in bay 24 of the kayak rack in the dinghy park. Paddles and seats are in the club office.
  • What do you need? Code for padlocks and gates (available from office after booking), flotation device, mobile phone, sailing shoes/neoprenes. Kayaks have bungies so dry bags can be stowed.
  • Experience needed? At least one kayaker in the group to have paddling experience, knowledge of the channel and harbour and able to assess wind, weather and water conditions. All users must be competent in self-rescue techniques.

Downloads

Last updated 14:15 on 15 October 2022

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