Club boats for members’ use
Please note: Junior Boats are free to use after a Level 1 RYA course has been passed.
The Laser Pico dinghy is a small sailboat designed by Jo Richards in the mid-1990s and used primarily for training and day sailing. It can be crewed by one or two children or an adult. Current models come equipped with both a mainsail and a jib. (Six boats available.)
The Challenger Class is a single-handed trimaran, which is sailed and raced throughout the UK. The Class was designed by noted multi-hull designer Rod McAlpine Downie, specifically to allow those with disabilities to sail and race independently and on equal terms with able-bodied sailors. The fact that it does not heel over or capsize makes it particularly suitable for those with low upper body strength and balance.
The Topper Xenon is a fast fun double handed racing dinghy for youth and adult sailors. Please not that there is a £5.00 hire charge for using a Xenon for the day. (Three boats available.)
There is a £5.00 hire charge for using the Topper Xenons.
Committee & Officers
2.3 The Officers of the Club shall be Full, Family or Honorary members of the Club and shall consist of a Commodore, Vice Commodore, Rear Commodore, Sailing Captain, Honorary Treasurer and Honorary Secretary. The Commodore shall hold office for two years. The other officers shall hold office for three years. With the exception of the Commodore, all officers shall be eligible for re-election
The Committee may fill any casual vacancy until the next AGM.
Constitution & Byelaws
LBSC Constitution 2022 [PDF]
LBSC Byelaws 2022 [PDF]
Annual General Meeting
Our latest AGM was held on 27 November 2022 and included presentation of the Club’s accounts.
Rejoining & Duty Login
The login for our members allows you to sign up for duties at the start of the season and renew your membership.