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Rhymney River Motor Boat Sail and Angling Club.Has Been In Existence For Over 70 Years,Access From Sea-Ward Is Via The Bristol Channel Entering The River Rhymney At It's Estuary On Cardiff ForeShore.The Club Is Proud Of It's Traditions And Culture Developed Over Many Years.RRC Is A Not For Profit Organisation Which Is Fully Reflected In The Low Fees For Membership.Whilst The Club Makes Every Effort To Mark The Safe Passage InTo The River,Buoys Are Not Always Visible,
By Road The Club Is Accessed Via Rover Way,Members Are Issued With Keys As Part Of Their Membership And Are Responsible For Same,Gates Are To Be Kept Locked At All Times.The Club Welcomes Visitors, Pontoons Are Installed To Access The River Usually 1.0Hrs Either Side Of The High Water,But This Can Vary With Local Conditions And Tides.Waiting Times On Pontoons Is Limited To 10Minutes For Members.No Boats Are To Be Moored On Pontoons Through Low Water Periods Or Overnight.(Unless Permission Is Granted By Commitee) .
The Rhymney River Club Has Now Opened Its Books For New Membership .So if You Are Interested In Fishing,Sailing, Or Just Messing Around With Boats Give Us A Ring.Our Club Is Situated In The Rover Way Cardiff Or In Boating Terms 100meters Down The Rhymney River Into The Bristol Channel.We Have Excellent Launching Facilities For Both Trailable And Boats Up To 33 Feet.Temporary Moorings Can Be Arranged Until You Are Allocated Your Own All Included In The Very Reasonable Membership Fee Of 144 Per Year Including Mooring. If You Are Of A Competitive Nature The Club Hosts Regular Fishing And Sailing Competitions.The Club House Has A Licensed Bar Looking Out Across The Bristol Channel,So Come And Meet Friendly Like Minded People,Ring Kevin Beer On 07866333393 For Details And An Application Form.

The Clubs Affairs Are Administered By An Elected Committee Which Meets On Alternate Wednesdays Throughout The Year.An AGM Is Held Every Year In November,A Half Yearly Meeting Is Convened Usually In March Or April.Members May Bring Points Of Concern To Committee Men Or Officers Directly For Discussion At Committee,Or Write To The Committee Via The Secretary Howard Hughes,Or Attend The Committee Meeting At 7:30pm,Members Will Not Be Allowed To Sit In On Committee Meetings,The Technical Ownership Of The Club Is Held By Trustees,Currently 4 Long Standing Members.
Seniority Is A Long Standing Tradition Within The Club In Regard To Allocation Of Moorings And Positioning Of Dinghies On Pontoons.
Prior To Retrieval Of Vessels Members Should Ensure That A Work Bay Is Available,Ensure That The Work Bay Is Clean Otherwise The Member Inherits The Mess And The onus Will Be On The Members To Clean It.The Member Is Responsible For The Upkeep/Cleanliness Of The Work Bay Which Will Include The Surrounding Area Side To Side Fore And aft.Personal Property/Equipment Must Be Kept Either Under Or On The Boat.There Is No Provision For Storage Over And Above This.Regular Inspections Will Be Conducted By Committee. At Best Fines Will Be Levied For Non Compliance,Normally 20 With A Deadline For Compliance,Or Expulsion Could Be A Consideration.
Club House:02920:491064
Alan mortima vice :Commodore:07815575594
Commodore.Richard. Wembridge...07970383337.....
All Correspondence To The
Hon: Secretary : Howard Hughes.............. 07863162207 :01443 410782
Honorary Treasurer kevin beer.......07866333393.....
Harbour master:david king..07799442380........
Safety officer ....... 07752474784.........
Mooring Officer ......david king ..0779944230.....
Fishing Officer Mike Davies:07779240984
Sailing Officer:Pamela Hughes 07443587366
Club House
The Club Has A Licensed Club House Which Is Normally Open On Friday Evenings,And Saturday 1:00pm 11pm,Sundays 1:00pm 11:00pm

The River
, It Is Advisable To Approach The River At High Water Only.
The Club Has Launch,Retrieve And Maintenance Facilities For Boats Up To 35"LOA And Maximum Weight 8"Tones.The Tractor And Hoist May Only Be Driven By Authorised Drivers, All Lifts Are At The Members Own Risk.Members Must Be Presant To Supervise Activities A15 Charge Is Levied For All Lifts In Or Out.Tis Fee Is Set By The Committee And Is Subject To Increase Without Prior Notice.Normally A 12Meter Tide Is Required For Launch/retrieve, Members Must Make Their Own Arrangements With The Authorised Drivers,Under No Circumstances Will The Hoist Be Put InTo The Water, Normal Procedure Is To Dry Out On The North Slipway Making Sure The Vessel Is Centred And Chocked Up On The Concrete.Lift Will Take Place Once The Tide Has Receded.

Drivers Have The Authority To Refuse To Launch/Retrieve If:
1.The Vacated Work Bay Is Untidy Or Unacceptable.
2.The Vessel Is Improperly Secured In The Hoist.
3.Insurance Details Are Not Produced If Requested.
4.Insufficient Help Is Provided.
5.The Slipway Is Considered Unsafe.
The Slipway Should Always Be Cleaned Prior To Launch/Retrieval.Drivers Decision In These Matters Will Be Final.The South Slipway Is Normally Reserved For Trail Able And DIY Launch/Retrieves.

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