The club offers a range of facilities to it's members based around the historic Brunel Tower. This building dominates the shoreline at Starcross on the western side of the River Exe Estuary. Many of our facilities are available to members 24 hours a day via a secure entry system.

On the foreshore itself we have Ashes Quay, which offers a landing point at all stages of the tide based either on our causeway to the low tide line or our launching ramp for use at the top end of the tides. Ashes Quay offers secure Dinghy and Engine storage as well as a scrubbing grid and drying-out berths for maintenance tasks on larger vessels. We also have a number of inshore trot moorings, suitable for craft up to 23ft, which are available for an annual fee.
Brunel Landing Pontoon offers easy access to the water from Ashes Quay. Finger berth availability, for dinghys, or small vessels upto 5.5m, should be discussed with our Rear Commodore. A waiting list may apply.


From the river immediately south of the Pier a slipway offers direct access to the front of the Clubhouse, once again via a causeway at low water. This is our launching route from the Tower and gives access to members who keep their Dinghies with them or choose to store them on location.


To the front of the Clubhouse facing South we have parking for a number of cars whilst at the rear we have a locked compound offering further Dinghy storage.

Within the Tower on the ground floor we have Dinghy and Engine storage, Showers and Toilets, a Fish Room and a selection of Launching Trolleys for the use of members. First floor access via stairs, fitted with a powered stair lift, leads up to the Clubhouse Bar, further Toilets including Disabled Facilities, a Function Room - incorporating a full length Skittle Alley, and a commercially equipped Kitchen.

The Clubhouse Bar area is tastefully decorated making use of many original Brunel features. It is well furnished and has a warm welcoming atmosphere, where like minded people can relax and enjoy the company of their fellow boating enthusiasts. The bar area is very much at the heart of our clubs social life, where adventures are planned and exploits recounted.

To cope with the increased seasonal demand for parking whilst members are on extended cruises we offer a free long stay car park, 200 metres North of the Tower along The Strand, behind the Bus Shelter and beside Regent House.
Please ensure you always display your Parking Passes at all times when you leave your vehicles.