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Wardleys Marine Yacht Club welcomes all interested in sailing and nautical matters.  Find out more about the club and how to join.




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A big THANK YOU to Wardleys Marine Yacht Club for their donation of £100. This was as a result of a Hurley 20 yacht, which had been abandoned for 20 years, being sold on for restoration. The members decided to donate the money to our lifeboat station. We really appreciate it and we look forward to seeing the restored Hurley 20 sailing past our station ! Give us a toot on the way past !!Anyone interested in the restoration and refurbishment, can follow progress on 'Projecthurley20.blogspot.comOur photo shows John Bradbury presenting the cheque to Coxswain Tony C. ...
Some local interest, on TV tomorrow!We have Daryl, Matt, Sam and Lizzie, aboard our old in-shore lifeboat, D-719 'Mary Elizabeth Barnes' on your screens Tuesday 14th September, 8pm, BBC Two carrying out a dramatic rescue. #SavingLivesAtSea ...
Ship Inn is open now, apparently! ...
It’s a Bank Holiday Weekend!Come and meet us and our colleagues from Knott-End Coastguard Rescue Team (with the amphibious Argocat) at the Lower Lighthouse Fleetwood Saturday 29th May between 10:00 and 15:00.We'll be there with a variety of experts from Wyre Council, Fleetwood Area Police, Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service (Official), NCI Fleetwood and LOVEmyBeach.The event is to promote safe and courteous use of the River Wyre. We are all on hand to answer your questions and provide safety advice for anyone planning to use the beach, river and sea.We have a beautiful sea front with amazing views of the Lake District and one of the biggest and fastest tidal ranges in the world.Lots of people know our waters well, some think they do and others admit they don't.Come and have a chat and ask those questions you've always pondered.HM Coastguard FleetwoodPrompting a safe and enjoyable day out on our fantastic coastline! ...