Covid 19. Cruising guidelines. Day sailing.
You must comply with the latest Government guidelines and advice at all times.
Current advice is for day sailing only, but once overnight trips are allowed further advice may be added. The decision to go to sea is ultimately the responsibility of the skipper /owner. This risk assessment is for your guidance and the CCC cannot be held responsible for any actions taken by any club member.
Click here for the risk assessment (pdf file).
The Cattewater Cruising Club is a small, friendly yacht cruising club. It was formed in 1989 and has its Headquarters in the Boringdon Arms, Turnchapel. The Club is affiliated to the Royal Yachting Association (RYA).
The aim of the Club is to promote and encourage cruising and to provide social events for members. Although motor boat cruising is catered for, the majority of members own sailing yachts in the 25 – 40 ft range and the cruising programme is based on a typical rate of progress for sailing yachts of this size.
The extensive cruising programme is published on the Club website and on the Plymouth Yacht Haven (PYH) website, with whom we work in partnership on the RYA Active Marina Programme.
Membership fees currently stand at £15 per annum per member, due by 31st March each year, with a £15 joining fee per boat, for which the new member(s) will be presented with a Club Burgee in return.
If you are interested in becoming a member of Cattewater Cruising Club, don’t hesitate to contact us and we will get back to you as soon as possible. You can also download a Membership Form and submit it to the address on the form.