Jennycliff Bay No-Anchor Zone

Plymouth Local Notice To Mariners 34/21 (PLNTM 034/21) gives details of the project to grow seagrass in the vicinity of Jennycliff Bay and the voluntary no-anchor zone to protect it.

This is now superseded by PLNTM 61/21.

Changes to Shipping Forecast Times

From Monday 18 January there are some changes to the way the BBC broadcast the UK Marine Weather Service including the Shipping Forecast due to the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19).

Weekdays - LW & FM - 0048, 0520, 1203 & 1754 (LW only)
Weekends - LW & FM - 0048, 0520 & 1754

Coastguard broadcasts via VHF/MF and Navtex remain unchanged.

See the MCA Marine Safety Information (MSI) leaflet at

and the accompanying MSI BBC4 Weather Bulletins leaflet at

Dockyard Port of Plymouth Order (2020)

A new Dockyard Port of Plymouth Order (2020) has passed the Parliamentary process and comes into force on 10th December. It covers waters north of the port limits including ALL tidal waters north of the Sound.

A link to the Order and a summary of the changes can be found in PLNTM 070/20

Moorings Bye-Laws amendment

On 13 October 2020 the Committee resolved to change paragraph five of the Club’s Moorings Bye-Laws to better align the Bye-Laws with the terms of the Club's lease of the Fundus from the Duchy.

This change will be implemented on 29 October 2020.

Identification of Tenders and Outboards

I hope that with the improving weather you will be able to take advantage of the new freedoms recently announced. We are now able to stay overnight on our boats and many harbours are opening normally.

I am pleased to be able to tell you that our Clubhouse Officer and his team have anchored a new chain along the top of the foreshore for securing your tender.

The foreshore has become something of a jumble with many unused tenders which may have made it difficult for you to find a place. We will be undertaking an audit of tenders and I would be most grateful for your help with this exercise.

ALL TENDERS whether on the foreshore or in the Toastracks should be identifiable but in practice very few are. So, my request of you is to clearly mark your tender, rigid or inflatable, toastrack or foreshore, with either your boat name, your surname or your membership number in a place that can easily be seen (on the inside of the transom for the Toastrack and the outside of the transom for the Foreshore).

Please mark your tender by the end of July as from August we will be REMOVING UNIDENTIFIED TENDERS to the field in preparation for disposing of them.

Also, if you keep an OUTBOARD ENGINE in one of the Club Sheds please also mark it in the same way.

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