Beaulieu Rally, 18th July 2015

We are booked into the Royal Southampton Yacht Club at Gins Farm, River Beaulieu on the evening of 18th July.   We will be berthed on the mid-river pontoon that is opposite Gins Farm, therefore tenders will be required to get ashore.  If you don’t have one, other members will be able to ferry you ashore.  A meal has been arranged in the clubhouse and I will circulate a menu closer to the time.

It should be noted that the bar at the entrance to the river has a depth of  0.9m at LWS. Also, there is a double HW at or near spring tide, this occurs approximately 1¾ hours after the first HW.  For those who have not visited the River Beaulieu before, it is important that you adhere to the bouyed channel in order to avoid the Spit which lies between The Beaulieu and The Solent.

Additional passage planning information can be found at:

Standard Port: Portsmouth

Portsmouth tides: All time are corrected for BST.

Sat                  18th July                   1355                4.6m               Spring tide

Sun                 19th July                   1436                4.5m

Drink and nibbles will be on the pontoon, adjacent to Gemini at 1800 on Saturday.

The following members are attending this rally:

NameBoat Name
Neil & KarenKoto
Paul BowmanGemini
Hannah MackinlayFirefly
Nicky & Charles HarrisonWitch Hazel
Judy & Patrick ColinVol au vent
John & JulieCarina
Derek and Sheila EllinorBadgie Two
Paul and lynnUmmagumma
Dick & Alice TyrrellTringa II of Hamble
NameBoat Name


Please use the booking form below to book for this rally.

To register an interest in this event please complete the details below and press Submit.




OOD               Paul Bowman

Boat Name    Gemini

Mobile            07591 053407


Participating skippers are reminded that all ECA rallies and events are carried out under rule 22 of the Emsworth Cruising Association Rules as published in the Emsworth Cruising Association Yearbook.
Participation in an ECA rally or event is taken as acknowledgement and understanding of this rule.

The ECA draws the attention of skippers and crew attending, that full responsibility is given for sea worthiness of boats and experience of crew attending, is held with the skipper of the boat sailing to the rally, all information given in guidance should be checked before setting out.

It is a recommendation of the ECA and the RYA that full and working safety equipment is carried on board for the protection of crew as laid down in RYA guidelines. Third party insurance must be valid for the boat taking part.



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