Last update – 23 September 2020
We are at Stage 3D of the WSC recovery plan
- Recreational sailing, dinghy racing & training is permitted
- Members must wear a face covering before entering Shore House or Lobster Building
- Table service only for Bar and Catering
- Rule of 6. Maximum of 6 persons from up to 6 households
- Social Distancing 2m must be maintained, additional measures are required for 1m plus. Advice from the Government must be followed.
- Please use your common sense – Keep WSC COVID-SECURE
|Summary of what is currently possible|
Access and Limitations
Social Distancing applies every where, 2m or 1m plus where this is not practicable.
Face coverings are recommended within buildings.
Frequently Wash hands, use Sanitiser, assume everything is contaminated.
All those self-isolating because they have experienced symptoms in the last 10 days, or are living with someone displaying symptoms and are self-isolating for 14 days, please stay away.
No cars or road trailers in Lobster Quay please
|Shore House Jetty||Normal usage (bye-laws 2.9 to 2.15), no rafting|
|Shore House Slipway||Yes|
|Lobster Jetty||Limited, maximum of 6 dinghies and 2 tenders|
Only 1 vessel on bridge
No rigging, unless essential for class of dinghy, 15 mins max.
No Private/Members RIBs
|Launches||Yes, Members to clean before & after use|
|Shore House Building||Limited access weekdays and weekends.|
Downstairs for bar, catering and toilets only with distancing and one-way system (see below for bar).
All other areas, Staff only.
Face coverings recommended unless impractical (e.g. eating and drinking)
|Shore House Garden||People not to move directly from garden to bar areas, garden is an alcohol free area when bar open|
|Bar & Catering||Yes, downstairs only, hall & patio, observing UK law and WSC COVID-SECURE procedures ( front of house guidance, registration, lawn + balcony is no alcohol area) .|
No crossing from patio directly to garden or vice-versa.
Members can bring in a maximum of two guests from one other household.
|Lobster Building||Marshalled access to changing rooms (male 6 max, female 6 max), toilets and classroom when opened during Club activities as specified by Sailing Sec. Face coverings recommended|
|Club Racing||Yes, with constraints, especially when launching and recovering dinghies.|
|Training||Limited to small groups|