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We will be open for hire on 6th July

Rockley Watersports are pleased to announce that we will be open for hire on 6th July at our Poole Park Lake location and at our Beach Club at Rockley Point.

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How it will work

  • You will NOT need to pre-book for hire - please just turn up.
  • We will be open 7 days a week - 10am to 4.30pm. Please note that the availability for hire at Rockley Point will also be subject to tides and weather.
  • For your safety, our focus will be on individual / single family activities with an ability to step on and go – kayaking, paddleboarding and pedalo hire.
  • There will be limited availability of Pico’s and windsurfing, and only those sailors with prior experience, (minimum Level 2 / start windsurfing) will have the opportunity to hire out these types of equipment. This reduces the need for rescue and direct physical contact between participants and the Rockley team.
  • At Poole Park, the changing rooms and facilities within the Boathouse will be unavailable - everything will operate from the hire hut.
  • We will currently not be running taster sessions, clubs or holiday camps, however we hope to do so as time progresses subject to further Government changes.
  • ​No cash, card payment only.
  • We will not be providing face masks or gloves, however understand that some of you will feel more comfortable wearing them. If this is the case, you are very welcome to do so, but please bring your own.
  • We will currently not be running taster sessions, clubs or holiday camps, however we hope to do so as time progresses subject to further Government changes.

If you would like further information on our phased reopening, please click here

Please contact us on hello@rockley.org for further information

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