Club moorings


Hollowshore CC has two new bright orange cylindrical mooring buoys  in The Swale for exclusive use  of members.  They are clearly marked with the club name.

They are not for permanent mooring but intended for occasional use, for example by someone wanting  to spend a night out on their boat, for a few hours fishing, or to await the tide to get back into the creek.

Both are to the East of the causeway, outside many of the other moorings, while the former ones were to the West of it.

Pictured is the first buoy, at 51deg 20′.882N, 000deg 53′.640E.

The second buoy is further upstream and can just be seen in line towards the moored boats, at 51deg 20′.903N 000deg 53′.586E. If you use them, best to fly the club burgee. At busy times visitors will pick up any vacant buoy and it is easier  to identify  non-members, and politely ask them to move to another buoy,  if there is no HCC burgee flying.


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