Come winter or summer, the boat park is a hive of activity. In winter, the cruiser fleet are busy fettling their craft ready for a long, and hopefully trouble-free, summer cruising season from the beautiful North Devon coast to far flung ports of Cornwall, Wales, Ireland and beyond.
NDYC Lundy & Clovelly Passes
The Club benefits from a group discount Season Ticket to the Island. Members are eligible to this discount on production of a NDYC Lundy Island Access pass, which is available, on demand, from the Club Office. Please fill in the form below each year to order your Annual NDYC Lundy Pass.
Passes are only made available to validated members of NDYC.
Clovelly's Yardarm Club
Welcome to the 2015 season, and many happy
returns to Clovelly.
We have already made our mark in the press. You will have seen in the February
edition of Yachting Monthly, in an article about cruising in North Devon
waters, the pictures and
commentary about a visit to Clovelly. Of course we cannot guarantee the
excitement of being caught up in the making of a Young’s Seafood
commercial for every visit, but you can enjoy a fresh fish dinner at the
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outlining our harbour events for the year. There is no extra charge for these
days so you can provide your crew with a day with extra to remember for just
the harbour dues. Do contact the Harbour Master, Stephen Perham,
beforehand on 07975 501830, in case inside berthing is restricted. There
is no charge either for the shower facility, which has just had a complete
And NOW ......................... THE
YARDARM CLUB at Clovelly
The Yardarm Club offers a package of special concessions for you at the Red
Lion and New Inn that is only available to selected yacht clubs. There are
four groups of benefits and no joining fee:
buy 5 pints and get a 6th free anytime.
from 17:00 to 18:30, Gordon's gin, Smirnoff Red vodka, Morgan's dark
rum and Highland whisky, any one with a baby mixer for a fixed price at
Red Lion Harbour Restaurant offers a three course dinner for the price of two
courses and four for three (please pre-book: 01237 431237). In the Red
Lion Harbour Bar have a two course dinner from the bar menu and then be
treated to a free pudding. The New Inn specialises in providing a full
English breakfast for only £7.50 (T: 01237 431303). Then for lunch
and supper buy two bar meals and the cheaper one will be charged at half
there are some occasions when a shore party, perhaps the ladies of
the crew, are a welcome addition. For them a 25% discount off the normal
B&B rate for bookings made within three days of the arrival date.
These are subject to availability, and exclude Bank Holidays. Email: email@example.com.
You can collect your membership card on your first visit of the season. Please
just go to the Red Lion reception and complete the registration
If you would like to be told of the periodic promotions we offer, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
They publish a handbook of Guide to Yachting and Cruising in the Bristol Channel - The Blue Book
, which costs just £8. They are looking for more information on pilotage and photos of the estuary at low water. By contributing our knowledge of the Bar and the Estuary, we may help to encourage more intrepid sailors to visit us. If you have useful information that could be presented to them, please let the Secretary
Details of other benefits will appear here shortly.
NDYC MMSI List
The completed list to date is visible here
Harbour and Pilotage Charges Bideford
Taw & Torridge Estuary.
Further information on Bideford Harbour website
maintained by the Harbour Master, Captain Roger Hoad.
for details on visiting Clovelly. More details on the noticeboard.
With effect 31st March 2010 Time Expired Pyrotechnics (TEP) will not be collected for disposal
by the local Coastguard Units, nor the Police. The nearest disposal sites to the Club will be:
||Topsham to Dodman Point
||Marsland Mouth Devon Cornwall Border to Dodman Point
The Club will not accept TEPs.
Lundy Marine Nature Reserve
See below for details of the Lundy Marine Nature Reserve Zoning Scheme.
Below is a picture of the Scillies taken by John Garland.