NEW  Interesting video inc Richard Parry’s 2021 review 10 mins 34 secs  C&RT

 C&RT Annual Report and Finances (C&RT)

Stanstead Lock
New 2022 Calendar
printed card copies in Clubhouse
 
EA charges for 2022-2024 see report (C&RT heading)

 

Thank you for viewing our website on which, under the headings, you will find some useful documents and information about boating. The UK has many and varied navigable inland waterways for you to enjoy. R Thames, Canals, The Norfolk Broads to name just a few.

Many prefer to cruise alone, whilst others like to join a club of like-minded people and share expertise.

All ages are most welcome to apply to our Secretary or visit Clubhouse, to join the LSCC (forms on this site) whether you have a boat or not. If you require a mooring, please contact our Mooring Master about vacancies.

Sorry we do not have moorings for narrowboats.

We normally invite applicants to meet the committee at the beginning of the monthly committee meeting. A one off joining fee plus a one year Full membership fee is applicable, Single, Joint or Family. (fees are membership, not each person) Over 18’s joining from Family within 3 years do not pay a joining fee. Like many boat clubs, social membership only is not available.

All boats on our inland waterways need a licence, insurance and a Boat Safety Examination every 4 years. Insurance is obligatory if you moor at the club however little or frequent you use your craft.

To help keep membership and mooring fees reasonable, we encourage members to help at the workdays we have each year, as well as joining in some club events.

We are  able to offer crane facilities, normally at the beginning and end of the cruising season. (a moderate fee is payable). This also includes jet washing the hull at crane out.

Relax, maximum speed limit is 4mph.

A brief history of the Club may be found under: HISTORY