Welcome



Following a public meeting, Loch Goil Watersports Club was formed in 1984 with a steering committee looking into water safety on Loch Goil. The chairman was Mr Goff Todd, who in a letter dated October 28th 1984 stated “Corrow Bay boat park has been achieved by the excellent cooperation from the Forestry Commission and the invaluable help from Mr D Campbell at his sole expense. The membership stood at 88 adults and 66 juniors in the first season”.

The club continues to maintain the same aims with safety as the first priority, improving our facility, furthering of water based skills through, arranged events, education, cooperation and most importantly, fun.

Ideas and help from the membership is always, most welcome, as it helps the standing committee continue to develop and work in collaboration with the members.

Have fun, check the weather and be safe.


Alison White

Chairman

 

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SECURITY MESSAGE

 

 

Always Lock the Gate Immediately After Entry and Exit

 

New Lock on Boat Park Gate

 

The lock to the Boat Park gate has been changed. Members should have received their new key with their membership card following renewal.

 

Please put your old key in the box provided at the container as the old lock and keys can be sold on.

 

Please remember to carry your membership card when you use the boat park. For security reasons you may be asked to show it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clyde Dockyard Regulations, Speed Restrictions and Licences

 

All members should ensure they are familiar with regulations regarding entry and departure from the Clyde Dockyard. You can see a copy here.

 

There are also speed restrictions in place and anyone seeking to operate outwith these restrictions needs a licence from the Harbour Master Clyde. Details are available here.

 

Further details are on the Club Information page.

 

 

 

Restricted Area for Moorings

 

Members are reminded that the club rules state that moorings should not be laid within 200 yards of the top of the slipway.  

 

This is to ensure members are able to launch and retrieve their vessels as easily as possible.

 

The following image shows the restricted area.

 

 

 

It is requested that any member who has a mooring in the restricted area arranges for it to be moved prior to the next season.

 

Use of the boat park

 

Club rule 1.12 states "Vessels in the boat park must not be used for residential purposes".

 

The club committee want to emphasise how important this rule is. Vessels must not be used for overnight accommodation whilst in the boatyard or on the pontoon.

 

Owners who wish to stay on-board overnight must tie up to a mooring buoy.

 

There are also no circumstances where it is acceptable to stay overnight in the boatyard unless part of the security or boatyard team. 

 

It is, however, accepted that vehicles can be parked in the boatyard overnight whilst vessel owners and crew are out on the water.

 

Please ensure you are familiar with all the club rules

 

The Club Committee

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WEATHER FORECAST

 

 

 

CLICK FOR LATEST WEATHER

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For Sale/Wanted

Items For Sale & Wanted

Members who intend to sell boats which are stored in the boat park click here  for important information.

 


(Updated 6th June 2017) 

 


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