Any information that needs to be conveyed to members will be circulated to members and added to these webpages.
Important Notice The majority of mooring licence fees have been paid for 2021 and data forms returned or information notified via email. The Committee thank you for your attention in this. If you are not using your mooring please advise so that it can be utilized by another on the waiting list. We have a growing list of vessel owners seeking a mooring, from 3.1 metres up to 10.5 metres.
It was noted that a few vessels had been moored without TMOA authority during the summer period 2020. It is important that all vessels are recorded with the Secretary and permission is sought before any changes to vessels occur. Failure to do so will result in the loss of moorings for the following year. Please contact the Secretary by – Email: .
Requests for changes to vessels or requests for transfer of registered owners must be notified to the Secretary so that the Committee can give consideration before granting permission or refusal.
Forms for making the changes are available on the Forms page. All requests for change incur an administration fee, currently £25.00.
Ensure that your 4 digit mooring number is clearly visible, even in the winter time.
Problems with moorings. The Moorings Working Group have commenced their 2021 survey.
It has come to the attention of the Committee that a number of moorings are not fit for purpose. Registered mooring owners will be notified with any works necessary to bring the moorings up to standard or to ensure that the mooring is in the registered position. Failure to comply will result in the loss of the annual mooring license for 2021.
Using the River Exe and Exeter Canal during the Coronavirus Pandemic. Please refer to the latest Exeter Harbour Masters Notices listed on the Exeter City Council website.
Do inform the Committee if you see anything mooring related that needs their attention.
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