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Chichester Rally: Saturday July 28th
Sat/Sun 27th 28th October Lift Out
Welcome to Gosport Cruising Club
Established in 1959 we are close to the entrance of Portsmouth harbour. You will find us adjacent to Royal Clarence Marina and Burrow (Rat!) Island, Forton lake extends beyond the millennium lifting bridge and our moorings shelter behind the sand bar and extend up the creek.
Regatta Parking, important please read if you are attending
Extra parking has been granted by Berkley homes but you will get a very hefty fine if you, or your friends, do not park as they have instructed.
We had been offered 30 spaces in North Meadow ZONE C and we can also park in Cooperage Green.
The time period allowed is from 08.00 on Saturday 14th July until 11.00am on Sunday 15th July ( if you are leaving you car overnight please park in club yard or in cooperage green. As with the lift weekends YOU NEED TO DISPLY YOUR GCC YELLOW PARKING TICKET .Guests will need to display a “Visitors” pass from the Club obtainable from Steve Smedley , Mick Jones and Helen, on the day.
(If you are parking in the yard please park neatly so we can get more cars in.)
IF AT ALL POSSIBLE PLEASE LEAVE YOUR CAR AT HOME, THANK YOU.
And also have a wonderful day
We have a varied mix of Sailing yachts and Motor boats up to 30ft in length, mostly capable of drying out at low tides. Deep water moorings are at a premium and are rarely available. We enjoy social functions in our modern clubhouse or barbecues in the yard with a newly refurbished pontoon and storage racks for tenders.
Come and join us or contact us if you would like more information!
We welcome new membership enquiries, please read our faq page, then use the contact us page. Or Email GCC Membership at firstname.lastname@example.org
Important Message from The QHM
New Small boat Channel Rules
Ladies and Gentleman.
As regular users of the harbour it worth an early season reminder, that with the arrival Queen Elizabeth Class Carrier, that the General Direction in relation to the use of the Small Boat Channel was updated in last Autumn.
The Portsmouth Harbour entrance and main approach channel is considered a narrow channel in accordance with the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions and Sea (COLREGS) and as such, all mariners are reminded that in accordance with Rule 9(b) “a vessel of less than 20 metres in length or a sailing vessel shall not impede the passage of a vessel that can safely navigate only within a narrow channel or fairway”.
Vessels under 20m are to use the Small Boat Channel which is General Direction 02/17: Portsmouth Harbour Entrance-Approach Channel, Small Boat Channel, Swashway and Inner Swashway, full details of this can be read here:
This image is listed in the General Direction but advises some of the key points of the Small Boat Channel.
Attached is an extract of the General Direction which can be taken afloat. It is also worth mentioning that shipping movements, tidal information etc are published daily via the Queens Harbour Master Webpage: https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/qhm/portsmouth
Should you wish to get in touch, please don’t hesitate to contact the department via: email@example.com
Thank you and safe boating.
Port Safety Officer Assistant, QHM Portsmouth, Room 404A, Semaphore Tower, HM Naval Base, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO1 3LT.
Email: NAVYNBCP-COBQHMPSOA@mod.uk / firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: Civ: 02392 725104 Mil: 9380 25104