Down on the club pontoon… a place to meet and socialise with other members or simply just ‘be’ with you boat.
Getting ready for the winter season.
Hard hats, hi-viz jackets & steel toecap boots – not forgetting the all-important life jackets – are the order of the day!
Racing around the East Barnard
It’s work and play in equal amounts at LCC.
Aside from being a very friendly and sociable sailing club, we offer a range of member facilities
- including a busy events and social calendar, moorings, winch, crane and hard standing facilities.
Our club ethos is to make yachting and boating accessible to all.
Established over 40 years ago, our members get out what they put in... from building, maintaining and repairing our great club, to organising social events and even mucking in at winter lift-out and spring lift-in.
Evening Work Parties are suspended until further notice.
The Club closed to visitors following the latest Government advice
The club's compound provides members with a convenient dry area for winter storage and a secure place for parking and boat maintenance through the summer months.
Provides members and visitors with not only toilet and shower facilities, but also a convenient hub for various club events, meetings and regular training courses.
The Club offers members both casual and permanent mooring options.
These include a range of pontoon facilities such as mains electric, water and convenience lighting.
The club crane, situated on the club's compound, offers members an easy and convenient way to remove peripheral equipment such as masts, small tenders and other hard-to-lift items of on-board equipment.
Sadly, due to Covid-19 precautionary measures, the Club winch and trolly are now not available for booking until further notice.
LCC prides itself on offering members a diverse range of social activities through the year - including sailing events, a summer BBQ, winter walks and the club's popular annual christmas dinner.
RYA and British Marine challenge HMRC's post-Brexit plans for private pleasure craft
Ongoing lack of clarity from HMRC threatens a disastrous ripple effect across the pleasure boating sector and the marine industry
Now safely moored up in the Lowestoft Cruising Club and all that remains is to pack up and go home, oh yes and drink champagne!
4,332 miles in time of a corona virus pandemic: Turks and Caicos - Azores - UK.
The pontoon at Southwold now has extra floatation to level it up.
The new bridge is now bike and wheelchair friendly.
The Executive Committee of the National Coastwatch Institution have authorised stations around the coast of England to resume operations from 16th May 2020
Analyses of marine accidents involving vessels from the merchant, fishing and recreational sectors.
RYA SafeTrx now supersedes the HM Coastguard CG66 scheme.
Response to Lobster Pots & Yacht Safety Petition given on 19 March 2018
Maritime Safety Information is broadcast on VHF by the Coastguard Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centres (MRCC) every three hours.