Photo: Sue Hines

THURNE MOUTH OPEN REGATTA

Saturday 25th - Monday 27th May

"Cock of the Broads" winner Nick Eastwood, International Star "Jolly Good"

Race Results, Trophy Winners and more Photos

 


 

AVAILABLE NOW

EACC Embroidered Clothing

Order your EACC garments directly from our new online facility

Selected Rugby shirts, Polo Shirts, Sweat shirts, Mircofleeces, Softshell Jackets, Hats, Body Warmers, Gilets, Core Channel Jackets, Blousons, Hoodies, all with the EACC Logo and, if required, your boat name. Choose your required size and colour, pay online and have it delivered to your home free of charge or pick up from Calder Designs which is located in the old Nat West Bank building in Stalham High Street.

Take a look now by clicking here!

 

Flags, Pennants and Burgees remain available directly from our Insignia Officer

Jane Stevens (RC Pippinjack) Click here for details

 

 

 


 

EACC MOORING AVAILABLE

Unusually we have a mooring opportunity on the EACC site subject to size limitations.

The current rate is just £16.38 per foot, including overhangs, for the season.

If any member might be interested please contact the Mooring Officer

 


 

CLUB NOTICE BOARD

 
LAST EVENTS
 
 
 
 

Thurne Mouth Open Regatta

Friday evening 26th - Monday 28th May

 

SPRING REGATTA

Sunday 12th May

 

 


 

EACC NEWS UPDATES

Last updated 20th May 2019

Check here for latest club news and information 

 


 

Registration Numbers on Transoms

••• UPDATE •••

 

Owners of all private Broads Yachts who have been concerned about The Broads Authority's actions last year in trying to enforce an ambiguously worded ruling that owners should display their BA registration number on their transoms, will be pleased to note that as a result of lobbying by individuals and clubs, including EACC and NSBA, and coordinated by the River Cruiser Class the wording of BA's Display of Registration Marks document has been amended and is set out in an email to RCC members. 

 

 *** YOU CAN READ IT HERE ***

 


 

CASUAL USE OF CLUB SAFETY BOAT

The club safety boat moored in Thurne Dyke may be used by members for legitimate uses. Click here for conditions

On rare occasions a safety boat may not be available.

The dates will be published here.

CURRENTLY THERE ARE NO KNOWN OCCASIONS THAT

A SAFETY BOAT WILL BE UNAVAILABLE

 


 

BOATS FOR SALE

on Members' ADS including

1 River Cruiser

1 Yare and Bure One Design

 


MOWING ROTA 2019

HELP KEEP THE CLUB SITE TIDY

 

MANY THANKS TO ALL MEMBERS WHO VOLUNTEERED TO CUT THE GRASS IN 2018

 


 

Mooring at the Moorings

Please note that members are entirely at liberty to use the club moorings frontage for temporary moorings picnics, BBQs etc whenever they wish between 1st March and 31st December. 

However boats who are not mooring holders should not be left there unattended without prior consent of committee.

Please contact the moorings officer


 

NEXT EVENTS

 

EACC River Cruiser Open

Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd June

 

 


 

RALPH LAMB

It is with great sadness that we have to announce the death of much loved and highly regarded life-long member Ralph Lamb who has dropped anchor for the last time at the age of 92.

Obituary by Hilary Franzen

 


 

The charity EACC has chosen to

support in 2019 is

NANSA

NANSA has worked for over 60 years to improve the lives of people in Norfolk with physical, sensory and learning disabilities. They are a local independent

charity and believe that all people with disabilities

are entitled to full inclusion in society.

In 2018 EACC raised £403.88 for the
East Anglian Air Ambulance
Thanks to Lesley Everett for coordinating our effort
 
On 14th February 2019 a cheque for £403.88
was presented to East Anglian Air Ambulance
The two visits which Tom arranged for members in
April and May raised a further £225.00 for EAAA

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

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