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  • Enjoy exceptional service from a caring manager and attentive staff
  • Ideal location for summer waterfront weddings with delicious family-style dinners
  • Beautiful setting by the waterfront with a nice pub to enjoy your day

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  • For boaters: Take advantage of the well-maintained facilities including moorings, gas/diesel services along with water/electrical hookups provided

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For two decades, Bluenose reigned over the North Atlantic as a highliner fishing vessel and famous racing schooner. Bluenose II was launched in 1963 and has acted as Nova Scotia’s sailing ambassador ever since. Bluenose II promotes our maritime heritage and maintains a connection to the legacy of Bluenose and the age of sail. It provides the opportunity to experience sailing tradition and serves as a welcoming representative of its home. Bluenose II calls Lunenburg, Nova Scotia home. Lunenburg is famous for its rich maritime history and boasts a working waterfront which continues to this day. Steeped in history, it has been recognized as a UNESCO world heritage site, and remains one of Nova Scotia’s premiere travel destinations. During the sailing season (June to September) Bluenose II takes passengers on harbour cruises , and is open to the public for deck tours. Check the schedule to see where you can find Bluenose II.

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June 18, 2024

Boating news, lunenburg yacht club to host mobility cup 2024.

Canada’s foremost international regatta for differently abled sailors is coming to Lunenburg, Nova Scotia for the 2024 Mobility Cup.

Gale Fullerton, the General Manager of the Lunenburg Yacht Club (LYC), credited the event’s stop in Lunenburg to their longstanding Sail Able program, which provides sailing opportunities to those with mental or physical disabilities. Lunenburg’s Sail Able Program caters to eight consistent participants, each of which requires four volunteers.

“It’s such an amazing program. It’s so uplifting to see folks have that level of independence that no matter what their physical abilities are, they can sail a boat by themselves,” said Fullerton.

Having experience with Sail Able programs, the LYC decided to host a “mini Mobility Cup,” where they invited sailors from other clubs to Lunenburg for a fun day of racing.

Spurred on by the success of their trial regatta, the LYC applied for and was accepted to host 2024’s Mobility Cup from August 26–30. On August 23–25, boats will arrive in Lunenburg via CN Rail from across Canada as sailors and volunteers begin to register for the event. The opening ceremonies and reception for the cup will be held on the waterfront, featuring an appearance from Nova Scotia’s iconic Bluenose II .

The event will feature two racecourses, which will alternate between two fleets every day. The first fleet, known as the Silver Fleet, is made up of more inexperienced sailors, while the Gold Fleet is made up of what Fullerton described as the “masters of the event.”

“They alternate every day. One day, the Gold Fleet will race in the morning and Silver in the afternoon, then they switch the following day,” said Fullerton. “The racecourse is going to be right in front of the yacht club. It’s right in the inlet in the channel out from the yacht club, so there will be a huge opportunity for photography and spectators.”

The LYC will host a barbecue on August 27 for both fleets attending the Mobility Cup. On August 29, the club will host Clearwater Seafoods’ lobster bake and banquet.

Following a week of racing, entertainment and dining at the LYC, will be the Mobility Cup awards and closing ceremonies. In total, 17 awards will be handed out. The winner in the Gold Fleet races will be awarded the Mobility Cup itself, while the Silver Fleet champion will receive the Le Coupe Dellaire.

Other awards include the Sam Sullivan Trophy, which will be awarded to the highest finishing competitor using “sip and puff” technology. There is also the Darin Tucker Sportsmanship Award, given to a competitor who displays “fair play and grace, respect for the sport and respect for fellow sailors.” The Debbie Donald Award will be presented to the highest placing female sailors, while the Hamilton Harbour Commission Trophy is reserved for a first timer to the event who finished the highest amongst other rookies. Five keeper prizes will also be awarded to the top five finishers in each fleet. Finally, the Rob Battilana Trophy is reserved for a member of the organizing committee in recognition of a significant volunteer contribution.

“We will have some local dignitaries at the event. Our club commodore will speak, the President of the Able Sail Network will speak,” said Fullerton. “Every athlete will be given a giftbag to take home, and then it’s just about saying goodbye.”

In the spirit of hosting the Mobility Cup, Fullerton added that the LYC is in the process of constructing several accessibility upgrades to the club.

“As much as we thought we were doing really good things for accessibility, we were doing them all wrong,” said Fullerton. “We’re half accessible, but that’s not good enough. There’s a new standard in Nova Scotia for accessibility in public places that’s set to hit the ground in 2030. With this event in mind, we engaged an architect to figure out what we really needed to do. There’s a wish list of what we’d like to do, but for the purpose of this event — to get the club properly ready for the athletes who were coming — there were certain must-haves. So, we’re working on those right now. We’re under construction.”

For more information about the 2024 Mobility Cup, go to www.mobilitycup.com . For more information on the LYC, go to www.lyc.ca .

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Yes moored in the Royal Norfolk & Suffolk Yacht Club marina at Lowestoft, Suffolk.

Vessel type: Yacht

Design: Comfortina 42

Designer: Thomas Bern

Home port: Ouddorp

Flag: Netherlands

MMSI: 244050965

Call sign: PE7222

Accommodation: 6

Length overall: 12.96 m

Waterline length: 11.5 m

Beam: 3.85 m

Draught: 2.1 m

Air draught: 19.1 m

Displacement: 9,300 kg

Fuel capacity: 32 gal. (145.4 litres)

Engine: 1 x Volvo Penta D2-55 or Yanmar 4JH3E

Engine output: 1 x 50 hp (37.28 kW)

Speed: 7 knots

Builder: Comfortbåtar AB. Sweden

Killer Queen, built by Sealine, moored in the Royal Norfolk & Suffolk Yacht Club marina at Lowestoft, Suffolk.

Shimmering in early morning light

Designed by the well-known Norfolk architect, George Skipper, and completed in 1903, the Royal Norfolk & Suffolk Yacht Club house is Grade II listed

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Blue hour approaches in Lowestoft yacht harbour.

The Royal Norfolk & Suffolk Yacht Club, patron - HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh KG KT GBE

The Norfolk & Suffolk Yacht Club was inaugurated on 16th. April 1859 when a number of “boating gentlemen” met to discuss the formation of a club and an entry fee of two guineas with an annual subscription of one guinea was established. Col. George Wilson of Beccles was elected the first Commodore and a Sailing Committee was formed with representatives from Great Yarmouth and the rivers Bure, Yare and Waveney. The first club burgee was a white flag bearing a red cross of St. George. Sailing fixtures were initially organised at Cantley in June, Wroxham in July and Oulton Broad in August, these regatta dates have remained largely unchanged to this day. Club cruises remained popular until the development of ‘machines for racing’ were built without accommodation.

In 1884 it was decided to build a clubhouse at Lowestoft and members formed a company to fund the building, the land being leased from the Great Eastern Railway until 1960. The original Clubhouse was completed in 1886 but soon proved too small and George Skipper of Norwich produced the winning design of an early butterfly or ‘X’ plan building. Edward VII formalised the Royal Warrant, backdating it to its original issue date of 1898.

At the turn of the nineteenth century when the Club was still sailing most of its regattas on the Broads, with only six races a year at Lowestoft, Naval Architect Linton Hope was commissioned to design a half decked one design yacht for sailing on the Broads but equally able to deal with the coastal conditions off Lowestoft. The Broads One Design Yacht, affectionately known as the ‘Brown Boat’ has proved a mainstay of Club racing ever since 1901.

The Broads One Design yacht is the oldest one design class racing at the Club. The yacht is 24ft. (7.3m) overall, 5ft. 1in. (1.55m) beam, 3ft. (0.9m) draft with a waterline length of 16ft. 6in. (4.9m) and a gaff rigged sail area of 262 sq.ft (24 sq.m).

The first five yachts were delivered by train on flatbed trucks from Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex where the majority of the timber yachts were built. The first race was held on Oulton Broad on Whit Monday, 1901. Thirty one timber yachts were built over a period of 38 years. Twenty seven still remain, including the first five built. The first twelve were carvel built in cedar and the remainder in mahogany.

The Broads One Design Class also became known as ‘Brown Boats’ due to their varnished hulls as opposed to other one design classes arriving on the Broads with their white painted softwood hulls.

During 1933 and 1934 a Bermudian rig was tried on Number 7 'Kingfisher', however it was beaten by the original gaff rig yachts and the idea was dropped.

A unique feature of the class is that each yacht is allocated an individual racing flag. Initially the yachts were allocated a flag from the International Code of Signals flags, progressing to the numeral pennants and substitutes until all had been used. Currently house flags and others are allocated. The first twelve yachts used their flags for identification during racing until 1911. Sail numbers were used in the 1912 sailing season for the first time, under protest from the class members, after the Club asked them to use numbers for better identification whilst at sea. Brown sail numbers were used first, changing to black for the 1927 season.

As the yachts proved so manageable, in 1908 a lady became an owner and several others followed. This became a problem for the Club, membership at that time being male only. It was not until after World War II that the Club relaxed its rules to allow female members.

In 1987 a glass fibre yacht was built, undergoing trials before being accepted. The introduction of the glass fibre yachts has rejuvenated the class. A further 55 glass fibre yachts have currently been built. The design lends itself well to fibreglass. Whilst the spoon bows and flat counter belonged to the period of its design, the short keel and shallow midships would not look out of place thirty years later.

Over the years, Linton Hope’s design has proved to be very safe and capable at sea, coping with the sometimes rough conditions experienced off Lowestoft while also racing successfully on the Broads against yachts designed specifically for Broads sailing.

In 1959 at the Club’s Centenary, Commodore Michael Johnson was able to boast that the only two gold medals won by Great Britain for yachting in the previous fifty years had both been won by members of the RN&SYC.

In 1998 a grant was secured for a marina, and in partnership with Waveney & Oulton Broad Yacht Club recognition as an RYA/Volvo Centre of Excellence for sail training was achieved.

In 2009 the Club celebrated its 150th. birthday, commencing with a reception and supper at the Maids Head Hotel in Norwich in commemoration of the meeting held to initiate the formation of the club in the the same hotel in 1859.

The clubhouse was designed by the celebrated Norfolk architect George Skipper and completed in 1903. With its many unusual architectural features, it is Grade II* listed in the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest.

Date Listed: 3 May 1979

English Heritage Building ID: 391354

It's often pictured, but is especially nice to see in this light, I think, with the cloud bank behind. Also, the heritage vessel, the last preserved Lowestoft sidewinder trawler, Mincarlo, is not on her usual mooring, so the view is unobscured.

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