Club Quay + Club Moorings

Stoneworks Quay is used to store members’ dinghies (both tenders and sailing dinghies) and outboard engines.


2024 Quay Application form

Quay Byelaws

Other facilities on the quay include:

  • Two Slipways
  • Launching Trolleys
  • Outhauls
  • Toilets and Showers
  • Fresh Water and Hoses
  • External Mains Electricity Sockets
  • Secure Storage for outboard engines
  • Teaching room for Sail Training and RYA course

Access Road
Vehicular access to the quay down the access road is for loading only. Please do not park cars here.Warning
Members and visitors use the club premises and all facilities, including the moorings, entirely at their own risk. Neither the Club nor its officers or servants accept responsibility for injury, damage or loss, howsoever caused.Security
Entry to the engine shed is by a swipe fob reader. Fobs are issued to all owners of stored engines. Replacement fobs may be obtained at a cost of £20 from the Quay Manager. The engine shed and the toilets will be automatically alarmed and locked during the hours of darkness when no access will be possible. Security is paramount and the club apologises for any inconvenience caused. It is recommended that equipment is removed from the quay and quay building whenever practical (such as over the winter period) to reduce the risk of theft. Numbered stickers are provided by the Club to identify all stored boats and engines. The Club recommends that further security marks are applied to improve identification and to deter thieves.
The Club does not provide refuse facilities on the quay and users are asked to remove all of their rubbish. The St. Mawes Harbour Company provides litter bins for visiting yachtsmen behind the Ferry Office on the Town Quay and recycling bins are sited in the St Mawes car park.
Club MooringsThe Club holds licences for several moorings in the Percuil river some of which are available for rental on an annual basis by Members of St Mawes Sailing Club.  The rental fee covers licence fees and mooring servicing costs.
When the mooring is not in use by the boat named on the sub-licence holder’s sub-licence, it may be used by the Club as a temporary mooring for craft owned by members who do not wish to hold an annual licence agreement.
Rafting and sub-letting are not permitted.Please contact the Quay Secretary on for further details.