The exact location for this meeting will depend on the level of interest. In past years the meeting has been held in John and Josephine's house at Wembury, a coastal village about six miles to the south east of the centre of Plymouth. This will probably be the location for our meeting in 2017, unless the level of interest is higher than in the past in which case we will hire a hall somewhere in the vicinity of Wembury. The…Find out more »
Sailing meeting on Barton Broad - joint with the Home Boat-Builders RallyFind out more »
Enjoy a weekend of ‘simply messing about in boats’
See, try & buy the widest range of boats in one place, all set around a beautiful lake beside the River Thames.
Enjoy family days out lazing by the lake in the sun. Family camping, glamping & Thames side mooring available.
Ideal for an affordable mini holiday with the family!
Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome to attend, free of charge!
FREE boat trips for all ages
FREE visitor parking with easy access
FREE gifts to visitors on arrival
The Northern Boat Show is a festival of boating at the heart of the International Mersey River Festival. This three-day boat show will showcase world class sailing boats, power boats and marine products and services, all set against the spectacular backdrop of Liverpool's waterfront. So whether you’ve never been on the water before or you are an experienced skipper there’s something for everyone! The latest sailing and power boats will be showcased in Salthouse Dock and there will be a…Find out more »
Foiling Week GARDA is the first TFW event in 2017 The Foiling Week™ , now reaching the 4th year, is expanding again offering more events and richer programs. The first and only series of global events dedicated to the amazingly fast foiling boats, their sailors and designers is heading to destinations in Europe, USA, South America and Australia. The Foiling Week Association, together with a wider group of clubs on Lake Garda, will host the first 2017 event from 6th to…Find out more »
Back to Plymouth for some unfinished business (I hope !). In 2015 the English Raid was forced to re-work their proposed routes due to the strong and unusual Easterly winds that prevailed at the time. This meant that they were unable to explore the beauty of the Tamer and missed out on the wonderful villages of Cawsand/Kingsand across the sound, together with the delights of Cornish Ice-cream and a dollop (of clotted cream) available in the shop in the square…Find out more »