Totnes Boating Association welcomes members, visiting boat owners, guests, families and dogs on leads to our Clubhouse. Our clubhouse bar is open for members every Friday and Sunday. Our club also has a very active social calendar including; barbecues, walks, charity events, theme nights, dinners and dances.
If you need any more information please email: info@totnes-boating.co.uk

A warm welcome awaits new members.

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19 February 2017

Totnes  Boating Association
Welcome to Totnes Boating Association
the friendly Boat Club on the beautiful River Dart

Totnes Boating Association is at the head of navigation on the beautiful River Dart, in the heart of historic Totnes with access to picture postcard villages, waterside pubs and cafes, creeks, beaches and, of course, Dartmouth and the breathtaking South Hams coastline beyond.


Click here to see a guide to our beautiful river Dart






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Membership Information
You will find the following pages under this Home Page



What's New on the site

A  useful list of the VHF Radio Channels for harbours etc in SW England can now be found by Clicking Here. (We hope you find it helpful)

Do you know what your boats CE Certification is? Click here for a guide also a most useful guide is the mca Stability Guidance for Powered Vessels that you can see by CLICKING HERE (if you are doing coastal of trips further afield then you really need to know this information.

For newer members - this forum is one of the best for help - http://www.ybw.com/forums/index.php  it covers both Sail & Motor Boats. Easy to register and tons of info and help to sort out your problems.

Please send any of your TBA photos of any 2017 events & activities into info@totnes-boating.co.uk or hand into Pip.

The CLOCK BELOW has started running towards ‘Craning In’ for those members boats in  our Totnes Yard Click here for poster reminder.

The latest RNLI Dart update 31 December 2016 can be read on our site by Clicking Here

If you go boating out to sea on cruises & fishing etc then a useful free APP to have on your Android, ipad or phone is Boat Beacon which provides you with simple AIS location info (please note that this is not a substitute for an AIS transceiver but still an asset to have)

Approved Exec Meeting Minutes for the 19th December are now found under Members Page/Executive Minutes (you need to sign in to read)

This years Photo Competition - take an action shot involving boats to win. The competition will run from today (for those already on the water) until November 1st. Send your entries over the months to Pip at info@totnes-boating.co.uk or just give them to him. If you are able to provide a caption all the better. The prize & trophy will be awarded at the 2017 AGM. Good Luck and Happy Boating.

Coming Up Very Soon - Fish & Chip Supper Friday 24th February. Bar opens from 6.30pm but all orders for food must be submitted at the clubhouse by 7.15pm. Payment on the night.

Exciting news for our sailing members - A summer series for cruising boats to enjoy some fun racing in Start Bay & Torbay. Click Here for more information and how to sign up to show your interest.

The Free on line February edition of ‘Motorboat Owner’ is now out. Sign-up/sign-in at motorboatowner.co.uk to view.

Do not miss OUT - Curry Night tickets selling out fast, Poster on Calendar how to get tickets.

Beaulieu Boat Jumble 23rd April - a chance to win by entering this year’s competition and you might receive a night’s accommodation for two and breakfast at Careys Manor Hotel on Saturday 22 April plus a £50 gift voucher towards dinner and a pair of tickets to the boat jumble. Click here to ENTER

The Event Calendar web page has been updated. The calendar is constantly being updated as information is received from the Vice Commodore & Social Committee.

VHF channel numbers used to contact UK Coastguard will be changing September 2017. This will mean that VHF channels 23, 84 and 86 will no longer be used for either Maritime Safety Information (MSI) or Radio Medical Advice. But from September 2017, boat owners, shipping companies and anyone who puts out to sea will have to use VHF channels 62, 63 and 64.

An event worth going to is the Western ‘Bristol’ Boat Show coinciding with Bristol Harbour Festival from 21-23 July. The 3-day boat show will display motorboats, marine products, systems and services. The free-entry Bristol Harbour Festival celebrates the city’s harbour-side maritime history and will see two miles of vessels, food markets, circus acts, live music and performers.

St Patricks Supper - Friday 17th March