The Club has an active cruiser fleet. Most craft occupy moorings in the Harbour but some of our members keep their boats out of port.

The harbour at Lyme Regis dries at low water which means that the cruisers must have bilge or lift keels.

Our mixed cruising fleet  consists of both bilge and lift-keels with keen racing & cruising, including a fleet of eight Hunter Medinas.

During winter, cruisers  are brought ashore and may be laid up in the Club boat park.

Harbour Moorings: the club owns no moorings – these are administered by Dorset Council. There is usually a waiting list.

Crews of visiting boats are always made welcome  – access to our showers is available from the Harbour office.

Please visit us when our clubhouse is open for food, and a drink at the bar. 

There is plenty of space for visitors on the pontoons outside the Harbour, plus several visitors’ buoys which can be uncomfortable in anything but a calm sea state.  The harbour as a whole and particularly the pontoons are vulnerable to SE to E winds

While Covid restrictions remain in place our showers are closed and the club regrets that we cannot accept visitors.


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