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Manoeuvring in the Moorings

Please note that NO boats - yachts, dinghies or powerboats - should cross between the club moorings, even if they appear empty.

An apparently empty mooring may have mooring strops on it or, if not in use, a line or chain may be used to tie the moorings rings together.

In addition, boats should not attempt to navigate to the west side of the west chain as some boats have shore chains from their moorings to the west shore of the river Almond.

These 'no go' areas are marked in red on the diagram below. Any attempt to cross these areas may result in damage to your boat or to lines and chains on the moorings.

Designated gaps in the moorings are shown on the diagram below. Please note that when using these gaps for manoeuvring in the river, and when turning at the top of the river near the dinghy park, the bow and stern risers from moored boats at each end will continue under water at an angle of approximately 45 degrees, so please allow plenty of clearance.

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