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Trinity Landing

Both sides of the most northerly 20m part of the Parade Landing Pontoon (opposite the Royal London Club House) is for the exclusive use of RLYC Members and is known as Trinity Landing.

This is between the two pontoon piles with the white tops nearest RYS.

The following are the Rules for the use of the pontoon excluding Cowes Week for which there are separate Rules.

1. Mooring on first come first served basis
2. RLYC burgee must be displayed
3. Mooring for a maximum of 3 consecutive days only - 1000 to 1000 or any part of that period; no return for 24 hours
4. Only one vessel out on offshore side
5. On the inside rafting to seaman like level is allowed
6. No mooring across the north end of Trinity Landing
7. All mooring at owners' risk

For information: the Cowes Harbour Master controls the remainder of the Parade Landing.

Up River Pontoon

The Up River Pontoon is located at Whitegates, which is about 0.75 miles up River from the Club, on the West side of the river being the outermost pontoon and the berths indicated between the two columns marked RLYC. Both side of the pontoon being available to Club users.

1. Mooring on first come first served basis
2. RLYC burgee must be displayed
3. Rafting up is only permissible on the east side of the pontoon (offshore side)
4. No rafting up is allowed on the West side of the pontoon (inshore side)
5. Mooring for a maximum of 14 consecutive days
6. All mooring at owners' risk

London Landing

The new pontoon is due to open soon. The Club launch will run from this pontoon.

Primarily it is for RIB's and small motor launches. It will also provide easier disability access.

Last updated 13:08 on 7 July 2017

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