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Northern Rivers Sailing Club
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Home for the N R S C is our Club house known as the Anchorage at Acle. The Sailing club for owners of modern production cruising yachts on the Broads
Wondering where to get help to keep your boat in great shape?
Club Coxswains Brian Gray and Chris Evans can offer you a lot of preliminary help on issues such as rigging, engines and general boat maintenance. If they don’t know the answer, they know someone who does! In NRSC we pride ourselves on being able to offer members a personalised approach to problem-solving.
The Club’s website is constantly being improved and already has a great deal of information that might be useful to you – do take a look. Once you are a member of NRSC we would love to receive material for inclusion on the website or on our Facebook page.
NRSC has excellent relations with local boatyards so if you need to get a lift-out for anti-fouling or some work done on your rigging or engine, why not try Eastwood Whelpton in Upton Dyke or Ludham Bridge boatyard. As a member of NRSC you can be assured of a warm welcome there. EWS is a good source of help with outboards too.
You will need spares from time to time and again, we can help. Take a look in our Red Book for details of sailmakers like Jekkels, chandlers such as Boulter Marine in Horning, Brian Ward in Brundall and Norfolk Marine in Wroxham. For cleaning materials try Hugh Crane in Acle and for general purpose ironmongery Wilkerson’s in Acle is the place to go.
We all need a Boat Safety Examiner ever few years, Try the friendly service from NRSC’s associate Tim Waters. Detail of all these places will be available to you in our Red Book once you become a member, and you will often get a discount too!
From time to time we have Club talks by expert members like John Blackburne, who knows all the navigation tips you will need for tackling the East Coast.