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Information for Open Meeting Visitors

Please check the diary page for specific information about your event.

All members and temporary members of Rutland Sailing Club sail at their own risk.

CHECK CLEAN AND DRY: Please ensure that you conform to the Check, Clean & Dry Procedure for visiting ribs, dinghies & cruisers. A random selection of boats will be checked upon entry to the Club.

BUOYANCY AIDS: must be worn by all sailors while on the water and pontoons.

ACCESS TO CHANGING ROOMS: During the day, sailors should access the changing rooms by the external doors.

ACCOMMODATION is available.

CAMPING The lease we have with our landlord doesn’t allow any overnight stays, camping or motor homing within the club grounds. The campsite opposite the club is owned by a local farmer which will take motor homes, caravans and tents. Spaces must be booked in advance and are on a first come first serve basis. To book contact the farmer via his website  http://www.rutlandwatercampsite.co.uk.

CHILDREN under the age of 15 years must be supervised at all times.

CAR PARKING please park on the grass paddock to your left as you come through the gates – or as directed – as space is limited on busy weekends.

DOGS it is a rule of the club that no dogs are allowed on site.

REFRESHMENTS – The Wet Bar for sailors is at the eastern end of the Clubhouse on the first floor, people bringing food into the club are requested to eat it in the Wet Bar. We operate a self clearing catering, please use the trolleys provided. Crockery and glasses may not be taken outside. Alcohol is not allowed on site or in the club house.

MONEY or VALUABLES may be left in the Office for safe-keeping. Otherwise please keep your belongings in your car. Please do not leave sailing bags in changing rooms.

NATURE RESERVES at each end of the reservoir arms are strictly for the birds! These are marked by large red buoys.

RUTLAND SAILING CLUB IS A NON SMOKING CLUB