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Independent Sailing

During the last few years, safety in sailing has been shown to be a priority.  Consequently, increasing demands are being asked of safety at RSC.  This has lead to the club deciding to adopt a policy of joint sailing and no independent sailing. There must be a minimum of two boats on the water at any one time in order to provide assistance if the crew of either should get into difficulties.

"No Go" Area

Due to the placing of a Fish Protection Cage between the islands by Redditch Council, this area is considered to be a "No Go" area for the purpose of racing due to the difficulty in access for the rescue crew.

THIS SAFETY POLICY MUST BE ADHERED TO


Buoyancy Aids

It is Club policy that no one is allowed on the water without wearing a buoyancy aid.  They must be worn at all times, whether it is for racing, fun or safety boat cover.


Boat Parking Pitches

You are responsible for maintaining your pitch.  This does mean mowing or strimming your area.  You should always make sure that your boat is tied down properly.

Children

The club welcomes children. Young children should not be left unattended in the Clubhouse or grounds and must be kept under control at all times. Those under the age of 13 must wear a buoyancy aid if going within 5 metres of the lake.


Emergency Telephone Numbers

These are kept next to the telephone in the bar.


CLUBHOUSE EMERGENCY MOBILE PHONE NUMBER (during sailing hours only)
07599 665878

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