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WATCHET BOAT OWNERS ASSOCIATION

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Welcome to Watchet Boat Owners Association

Watchet Boat Owners' Association is the centre of boating life in the Watchet Area.

The Association is affiliated to the Royal Yachting Association and is the recognised contact point for the Watchet Marina and for local boating matters.

The Association is involved in all harbour developments, social and marine activities and is the officially recognised berth-holders' representative on the statutory Watchet Harbour Advisory Committee. There is active support to voluntary organisations to enable others to enjoy the boating experience, such as the local Sea Scout troop.

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Maritime Hazard and Related Warnings - Watchet Marina - December 2019


The History and Aims of the Boat Owners Association

The formation of the Watchet Boat owners Association can be traced back to 1875 and has evolved in differing forms to the organisation of today.
Further details of our heritage can be found in this Document.
The WBOA Constitution is detailed in this Document

Our current aims are to organise, encourage and support all forms of amateur boating activities from Watchet Harbour & Marina and to actively encourage and promote participation in those activities by all sections of the community without exception.

We also provide and maintain storage, launching, maintenance and other facilities for the use of all members, without discrimination and for the use of voluntary and charitable organisations deemed worthy of such support by the members.

We maintain contact or affiliation, nationally and locally, with organisations which represent allied interests and to liaise, on behalf of its members, with the owners, administrators, managers or tenants of the harbour.