Blyth Marina, on England's North East Coast, is home to the Royal Northumberland Yacht Club. Formed in 1890, it is dedicated to the 'sailing and improvement of yachts'
Royal Northumberland Yacht Club
Blyth All Weather Lifeboat
During its 180-year history, Blyth lifeboat station has operated both all weather and inshore lifeboats and the lifeboat crews have been presented with 16 awards for gallantry. Today's station operates an inshore D class lifeboat.
In an emergency dial 999 and ask for the Coastguard.
Telephone: 01670 352201
Telephone: 07931 777170
Flag, Red Ensign
Blyth Buoy in approach 55:06'.62 N 001:28'.62 W
Rules & Regulations
No Sailing past entrance to South Harbour, Radio in on Ch12, see website for bye-laws
Commercial Shipping, Drying Rocks in approach from N. Wind Turbines just offshore.
Tidal Data Times & Range
HW Approx Dover +0415 MHWS 5.0m, MHWN 3.9m, MLWN 1.7m, MLWS 0.8m
Blyth British Sub - Aqua Club
If you dive or are thinking of taking diving up then come and join us. Be part of a friendly group who have regular excursions both home and abroad. Take advantage of experienced instructors and club equipment.
Meeting every Monday night in the club house, then go swimming in blyth pool 9pm-10pm.
Also see - www.bsac.com
Facebook - facebook.com/Blythdivers
Contact: Mr W Thornton, Tel: 07912033334, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org