Club Fleet

WWSC has a number of boats available for sailing club members to hire.
These are available on days when an Officer of the Day (OOD) and a support are duty – normally on a Saturday and Sunday (check Duty Calendar).
Boats are available on a first come first served basis and are charged at a daily rate as set out below.
Booking and payment is available through the club website or on the day through the OOD in person at the club. Payment is required prior to the hire.

The member should take due regard of their own experience and the weather conditions on the day. However, the decision for the release of hire equipment is at the discretion of the OOD.

Please remember club boats are the property of all club members so treat them with care and report any damage/defects to the OOD.

Fees

Single handerLaser Pico, Laser Standard/Radial/4.7£15 Book Here
Double handerLaser 2000, Quest, Hawk£20 Book Here

Hire Fleet

Laser Pico

Crew 1-2. Young sailor/ two young sailors/ adult and child team.
Roto moulded polypropylene.
Two sail dinghy. Jib optional. 
A stable boat, easy to rig with a high boom, spacious self-draining cockpit, simple reefing mainsail (when boat rigged without use of jib).
Ideal for beginners, improvers and anyone else!
Rigging Guide

 

2000

Crew 2 – 4. 80 – 160 Kg
GRP.
Two or three sail dinghy.
Modern asymmetric rig including a reefing mainsail, furling jib, and spinnaker with a single hoist system, a high boom and a deep self draining cockpit.
Recreational and popular racing boat. Good family boat.
Rigging Guide

Laser Standard/Radial/4.7

Crew 1
GRP.
One sail dinghy with interchangeable lower masts sections and sails.
The rig you choose depends on your weight, fitness, sailing ability and the conditions.
As a guide Laser Standard. Crew weight 60 + Kg
Radial Crew weight 55 Kg – 72 Kg
4.7 Crew weight 35 Kg – 55Kg
Recreational and very popular racing boat.
Rigging Guide

RS Quest

Crew 1- 4 adults.
Two or three sail dinghy.
Roto moulded polypropylene.
A stable boat with mainsail slab reefing and furling jib
A self draining cockpit and a GNAV system giving a very spacious and safe cockpit. The boat also has a kick-up centerboard and rudder.
Good for cruising and racing.
Rigging Guide

Hawk 20 (Currently awaiting repair)

Crew 1 – 6 (supervised by a competent adult sailor)
Two sail.
GRP
Designed as an open sea going day boat the Hawk has a reputation for robustness, self righting and being unsinkable. The boat has a mainsail, jib and outboard motor, a large roomy self draining cockpit with control lines from the mast leading aft to the cockpit.
At WWSC Water good for cruising. Excellent family boat.

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