Visitors

Visitors are most welcome.

The LCC Pontoon

The LCC Pontoon

A chandler, shops, restaurants, pubs, taxis, buses and a railway station are less than a ten minute walk from the moorings.

Nearby Oulton Broad is a popular holiday destination.
For more info go to the Oulton Broad website

Please contact Peter Hytch, the moorings officer for help and any other information you need.

Telephone: +44 (0) 1502 732970
Mobile: +44 (0)7810 522515
Email: Moorings officer

Mooring Charges for 2019

Daily: £1.00 per ½ metre per day
Weekly: £5.00 per ½ metre per week (5 x day rate)
Services Surcharge: £1.00 per day
Winter Mooring: £22.20 per ½ m per Winter period

We can accommodate boats up to 13 metres.

A temporary membership charge of £1.00 per day is included in the mooring fee.

For mooring charges for visits of longer than 7 days please email the Moorings Officer who will be happy to give you a quote.

We recommend, particularly with longer / wider yachts, you book a visitor’s berth in advance with the moorings officer.


On arrival, unless you have arranged a mooring in advance, please moor on the east end “hammer head” or alternatively in any vacant south side berth and contact the moorings officer as soon as possible.

Before leaving our moorings, please complete a visitor form. These can be found in the cabinet in the Gate House at the top of the bridge from the pontoons.
Because this is a club and not a commercial marina, we have habitually relied on the honesty of visitors to leave their mooring fees, together with the completed visitor form in the safe inside the cabinet at the top of the bridge in the Gate House.

Whilst staying on our moorings you are a Visitor Member of our club which allows you to use water (and electricity at an extra £1 a day) and attendance at any social event that may be taking place.


Some messages from visitors to the club

“Thank you for the kind help while I was in Lowestoft. I could never have got myself launched without the LCC and I hope you all have a fun season of sailing ahead.
Next year, when I take Granny Knot back home to Scotland, I’ll try to come your way again”

Alexander, Granny Knot

“Thank you so much for all your help and the club’s hospitality. I may be back if you’ll have me”

JohnOld Man Sailing

“Thanks to the Lowestoft Cruising Club for its hospitality”

The Woodhouses from Essex

“Many thanks for your hospitality”

Evelyn and Tom, Cayenne