Regarding clubs, I was once a member of a sailing club which I found very useful in terms of changing facilities and boat storage, but seeking independence Ikevin1b
Thank you all for the comments and encouragement I realise that I need to make a decision and buy something and this is what will happen in the very nearkevin1b
I think the dwindling numbers of members in various clubs is typical of our times. Even sites on the internet, like the folding kayak group on Yahoo, seems tod0acdcdfd77db232fab805ce0ec808e9
Run on behalf of the UK Dinghy Cruising Association, it provides a forum for discussion and the interchange of information and expertise on open boats and dinghies, cruising grounds, technical and safety matters related to dinghy cruising, supply of equipment suitable for such cruising, and a place to post information about rallies and passages organised by associations and individuals.
You don't have to be a member of the DCA to join - any dinghy cruiser, armchair, would-be or actual, is welcome. Newcomers are moderated while they test the waters. Drifting off topic is tolerated within reason. Consider it the equivalent of the sailing club bar!
- Mar 26, 1999
- This is a restricted group.
- Attachments are not permitted.
- Members cannot hide email address.
- Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
- Membership requires approval.
- Messages from new members require approval.
- All members can post messages.