Welcome to The Lake Bank Boat Club Website

The Lake Bank Boat Club

Latest RYA C19 Advice unlimited outdoor activity is permitted in England including all forms of boating. Latest RYA info here.

however as the RYA states:
"We will, as a boating community, take a considerate and conservative approach

* Be considerate: be mindful of the potential impact that you could have on other water users and do not place unnecessary extra strain on the RNLI and emergency services.
* Be conservative: help to minimise risk by taking an extra conservative approach to your boating."

Keep Socially Close, but physically distant

The Lake Bank Boat Club is a small group of around 50 members, who are based at the Lake Bank jetty at the South West corner of Coniston Water.
It exists to provide a land base where members can keep their tenders or canoes.
Half the members have moorings close to Lake bank, which they need to access; the other half use the club for storage of a canoe or other small boat.
An AGM is held in March, and an annual barbecue in the summer.
The land, small clubhouse and jetty belong to the Rawdon Smith Trust, who own the bed of the lake and the shoreline.
An annual subscription of £140, to include a berth for a canoe or tender in the compound, is payable to the Rawdon Smith Trust.
There is currently a waiting list for membership if you do not have a mooring.
For further information, please contact the secretary, : Peter Altounyan, by email..
Some more info here on the Members' Forum

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