The Steamboat Association
of Great Britain

to foster and encourage steam boating and the building, development, preservation and restoration of steam boats and steam machinery

to stimulate public interest
in steam boats
and steam boating

to promote high standards
of workmanship,
safety and seamanship

Events

Events

This calendar shows all events known to the SBA
- however the SBA accepts no responsibility for the veracity of information about events organised by other organisations.

Upcoming events

    • 22 Jun 2018
    • 24 Jun 2018
    • Calstock, Cornwall
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    Ian Richards is organising this which is new this year.


    Calstock Steam Boat Rally 

    22nd – 24th June 2018



    PLANNED PROGRAMME


    Friday 22nd June. PM

    Launch boats at Cotehele Quay.

    Best launch time between 1330hrs and 1530hrs Boats will then be towed to the Calstock moorings, local tug boat (RIB!) help provided. National Trust Café and interesting Museum on the quay close to slip. Parking for cars and trailers available.


    Saturday 23rd June

    Meet for morning coffee at Calstock Quay 1030 hrs.

    Boats will then be towed from moorings to the pontoon at Calstock Quay to raise steam and for display. Local Hand-made Pre-ordered pasties will be delivered to the quay. Flotilla will set off up river at 1300hrs passing the ancient inland port of Morwellham and the impressive Morwell Rocks. Back at Calstock, boats will return to moorings, water taxi/support boat provided. 1900hrs Group evening meal at the Boot Inn.


    Sunday 24th June

    Water taxi available. Pre-ordered Pasties available as yesterday. Prepare boats to leave at midday in convoy to travel down river to the Pentille Estate for a 'bring your own' picnic ashore at the Estate’s boathouse. Return back up river at a time to suit. Ideal pull out time at Cotehele Quay is between 1500hrs and 1730hrs.


    Enquiries or Entries to ianofcalstock@gmail.com


    Closing date for entries 16th June 2018.




    This is a class 1 event


    • 23 Jun 2018
    • 24 Jun 2018
    • Water Sports Centre, Whitwell, Oakham
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     The annual Rutland Water Steam Fair is primarily a large land based steam celebration, with the usual traction engines, locomotives and fairground attractions.  Steam launches are invited to attend to provide some real steam on the water.

     

    Its location is between Stamford and Oakham in the County of Rutland.


    Steam launches are  invited to attend the Rutland Water Steam Fair, organised by the Water owners, Anglian Water.

     

    Rutland Water is a large man-made reservoir, with an area of nearly 5 sq miles and is the second largest lake in England by area.  It has an irregular U-shape with lots of attractive bays and inlets to explore. It is primarily a sailing area, motor boats are normally prohibited and even the outboard motors for the yachts must be electric/battery powered, and the Steam Fair provides a rare opportunity for our steam launches to sail on the Water.  

     

    We will be based on the north shore at the Water Sports Centre, where we can launch and berth our boats.  The land based attractions are about 1 mile away, along the circular path used by pedestrians and cyclists.  There is now a large and stable temporary pontoon at the site of the land attractions where we can moor, which makes the event attractive this year.  We shall largely be left to do our own thing. It is just proposed that we steam past the land attractions once or twice a day, making lots of noise with whistles and sirens, and that we get together for lunch, possibly also for an evening meal.  There are several access points to the Water and the one we need for the Water Sports Centre is:  Bull Brig Lane, Whitwell, Oakham, LE15 8BL.  The event takes place on the weekend of the 23 and 24 June, it should also be possible to launch on the Friday afternoon and recover on the Monday morning if preferred.

     

    This is a type 2 event – SBA organised participation in a 3rd party's event (owner's declaration required).  

    Please contact Michael Morgan:


                                              Sue and Michael Morgan

    Sandford Lock House

    150 Brook End Road South

    Chelmsford      Essex

    CM2 6NX

    07702 079000 Any Time

    Fax 01245 477204

    sueandmichaelmorgan@btinternet.com


    • 29 Jun 2018
    • 01 Jul 2018
    • Trent Valley Sailing Club Trent Lock Long Eaton Nottingham England
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    Trent Meeting

    The 2018 Trent STEAMBOAT Meeting

    The 32nd Trent Steamboat Gathering, a good excuse for a party!

    29th - 30th June, 1st July 2018

    at Trent Valley Sailing Club - Trent Lock- Long Eaton NG10 2FY

    For the 32nd year, Trent Valley Sailing Club will again be host to Steamboaters.

    The event has changed little over the years,

    so as it still seems to bring smiles to our grimy faces,
    it won’t be much different this year.


    For the two cruising days, we have a choice of 4 navigations:-

    -Up the Soar to Normanton

    -Down the Trent to Nottingham

    -On the Erewash canal to Sandiacre

    -To Shardlow on the Trent and Mersey

    (with the possibility to visit Trevor Scott’s steam garden railway)

    It is expected that boats will arrive on Friday, launching at either

    Redhill Marina 01509 672770- GPS: NG11OEB

    or Sawley Marina 01159 077400- GPS: NG103AE (cheapest)

    PS: Currently Sawley Marina slipway accessible 9 - 5.30
    (later by arrangement)


    Camping in any form is possible on the premises,
    and all facilities are available.


    So, do clear a slot in your busy diaries, send me the completed entry form,

    with a cheque made out to J.B Tilley, we look forward to meeting up again.


    The meeting: 


    Friday 29th

    Arrive (for most) launching at Sawley Marina

    Buffet at 8pm, in the 100 year old Clubhouse


    Saturday 30th

    Communal Breakfast (8.30 - 9.300) in the Clubhouse

    Off at 10 on our chosen waterway

    Return in time for our banquet in the Clubhouse.

    Gathering in the Club House from 7.0 eating at 8.00


    Sunday 1st

    Communal Breakfast again 8.30 - 9.30

    Off 10 ish for the days steam,

    Return to Trent Lock for tea, or Sawley or Redhill to pull out.


    You will need to check in at the Chandlery to sign in and present
    (or purchase) your "river" licence

      

          


    Contact Françoise and John Tilley for further details:

    Tel: 01530 814224



    Event type 5

    Key to event types

    1 - SBA Organised Event (owner's declaration required)

    2 - SBA organised participation in 3rd party's event (owner's declaration required)

    In event types 1 and 2 the SBA organisers and SBA members are covered by the SBA Liability Insurance; 

    3 - private meeting of members with or without boats

    4 - private, individual participation of members in 3rd party's event

    5 - for information only


    • 12 Jul 2018
    • 15 Jul 2018
    • Sankey Marina

    3 Days of Steaming this year


    Friday steam up stream

    Saturday the River Festival in Evesham 

    Be on show and Parade

    Sunday steam downstream


    Plenty of pubs and a warm welcome from Doug, The marina and restaurant.


    Organiser 

    Felicity Palmer

    01494 712160

    Felicity_palmer@hotmail.com

    • 13 Jul 2018
    • 15 Jul 2018
    • River Wey Guildford England
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    Puffing a' Wey

    Puffing a' Wey is a joint SBA and National Trust event which brings colour and variety to the centre of Guildford in high summer. The event is highly economical, the only charges being made for the Saturday evening meal provided on site and to which SBA boaters and National Trust workers are invited.

    We are guests of the Trust and licence fees are waived for the weekend, for which we are very grateful but the deal is that if you are able (i.e have checked with your boat insurers) it is hoped that boats will welcome non-paying interested visitors for the occasional short puff along the river. This can be a lot of fun - rewarding in itself - and, of course, there is an attractive river to explore and nice places to moor up and eat over the weekend.

    Boats can arrive from 9.00 on the Friday and stay over until the Monday if desired. There is ample trailer space and camping is possible too. Dapdune is a delightful venue... Oddly rural while also slap in middle of Guildford, and the Wey is an attractive navigation a little bit reminiscent, in parts, of the Upper Thames.

    Call Mark Rudall for further details... 01252 645486 or email mark.rudall@ntlworld.com





    Event type 2 / DS

    Key to event types

    1 - SBA Organised Event (owner's declaration required)

    2 - SBA organised participation in 3rd party's event (owner's declaration required)

    In event types 1 and 2 the SBA organisers and SBA members are covered by the SBA Liability Insurance; these events count towards the SBAS boiler test Discount Scheme.

    3 - private meeting of members with or without boats

    4 - private, individual participation of members in 3rd party's event

    5 - for information only


    • 20 Jul 2018
    • 22 Jul 2018
    • Fawley Meadows, Henley-On-Thames, England
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    Thames Traditional Boat Festival


    A popular event well worth attending.  Many SBA boats, old and new, qualify to take part.


     Click here for the http://www.tradboatfestival.com/


    SBA stand Co-ordinator Richard Havard


    Please contact Richard if thinking of attending 

     with or without a boat.


    All Steamboats attending, either ashore or on the water, MUST book via

    The Trad Boat Festival 


    If on the water, a Boat  Declaration Form must be submitted to Richard.


    Event type 2 / DS

    Key to event types

    1 - SBA Organised Event (owner's declaration required)

    2 - SBA organised participation in 3rd party's event (owner's declaration required)

    In event types 1 and 2 the SBA organisers and SBA members are covered by the SBA Liability Insurance; these events count towards the SBAS boiler test Discount Scheme.

    3 - private meeting of members with or without boats

    4 - private, individual participation of members in 3rd party's event

    5 - for information only


    • 20 Jul 2018
    • 22 Jul 2018
    • Bristol Floating Harbour
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    Steamboats @ Bristol Harbour Festival – it’s FREE!




    Welcome to the Steamboat element of the Bristol Harbour Festival – we look forward to seeing old hands and new faces. The format will be much the same as previous years – if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!


    For new comers: this means we will launch on Friday from lunchtime onwards at the Cottage Pub slip (for free), park our trailers at the top of the slip (for free) and perhaps partake of a little light refreshment at the Cottage Pub (unfortunately not free!). The Harbour Master will provide us with the services of one of his launches to tow us up to the moorings (free, of course) if you don’t feel like getting up steam. Don’t forget to collect your coal before you depart the slip (yep – free coal!). You can pop back later in the weekend to collect more if you can’t carry all you need on Friday.


    On Friday evening we will have a ‘Get Together’ meal at a local eatery (not I’m afraid free but very good value!).


    Saturday is our ‘performing’ day when we will make two or three processions around the Harbour in convoy with the local ‘celebrity’ DJ on the PA trying to educate the population of Bristol about the strange hobby of Steamboating.


    Saturday evening we will adjourn to the Bristol Society of Model and Experimental Engineers Miniature Railway site at Ashton Court for a BBQ (alas not free but ridiculously cheap – bring your own booze).


    Sunday we will depart around 10h00 for a trip through the Harbour and then out onto the River Avon for an approximately 2 hour steam to a pub for lunch, returning to the Harbour around 16h00 to either pull out and go home or back to the moorings for an extra night of partying.


    Full details will be sent so don’t worry if you haven’t fully understood my ramblings – please feel free to email me if you have any specific questions: kevin@manorfarmengineering.co.uk


    Contact Kevin Slater

     

    This is an SBA event type 1, covered by the SBA event rules and insurance but it is also part of a larger event and the conditions set by the Primary Event Organiser will also apply.

     

    The Member of the SBA coordinating with the Event Organiser is Kevin Slater.

     

    Event type1 & 2 / DS

    KKey to event types

    1 - SBA Organised Event (owner's declaration required)

    2 - SBA organised participation in 3rd party's event (owner's declaration required)

    In event types 1 and 2 the SBA organisers and SBA members are covered by the SBA Liability Insurance.

    3 - private meeting of members with or without boats

    4 - private, individual participation of members in 3rd party's event

    5 - for information only


    • 04 Aug 2018
    • The Boat Club

    Steamboats are encouraged and very much welcomed to join in this parade.


    Further info to follow but please register your interest with Gail Patricia Twiss (LDBC)


    Or Bullough Dot who has attended with Shamrock for at least the last four years.


    Event type 4

    Key to event types

    1 - SBA Organised Event (owner's declaration required)

    2 - SBA organised participation in 3rd party's event (owner's declaration required)

    In event types 1 and 2 the SBA organisers and SBA members are covered by the SBA Liability Insurance; these events count towards the SBAS boiler test Discount Scheme.

    3 - private meeting of members with or without boats

    4 - private, individual participation of members in 3rd party's event

    5 - for information only




    • 04 Aug 2018
    • 05 Aug 2018
    • The Lees moorings at Clifton Hampden nr Abingdon
    • 8
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    Details to follow

    Coordinator  Andrew Hopper


    Please phone or email him if you are interested in attending.


    Good slipway on site.

    Campsite next door.

    Limited accommodation nearby, plenty within 15 mins. drive


    {Maximum of 15 boats}



    Event type 1

    Key to event types

    1 - SBA Organised Event (owner's declaration required)

    2 - SBA organised participation in 3rd party's event (owner's declaration required)

    In event types 1 and 2 the SBA organisers and SBA members are covered by the SBA Liability Insurance; these events count towards the SBAS boiler test Discount Scheme.

    3 - private meeting of members with or without boats

    4 - private, individual participation of members in 3rd party's event

    5 - for information only




    • 04 Aug 2018
    • 10 Aug 2018
    • On and around Windermere, Cumbria UK
    Windermere Week 2018

    from Saturday 4th August to Friday 10th August 2017
    at, on and around Windermere


    Advance notice - details to follow (and still to be worked out!)


    The Rally will take place over the week from Saturday August 4th to Friday August 10th (to fit in with accommodation many of you have already booked) - and perhaps those with limited time can be tempted to come for just the weekend.   Rally berths will be around the Ferry Nab and Windermere Marina Village locations. the format will be as last year - the 'low-key' style seemed to have suited everybody who came.


    I am still working on the details (will publish around 20th April - so keep looking here) but here is an except from last year'S programme - for new people coming (and I hope you do!) here is last year's text as a guide - and last year's prices!


    Berths for visiting boats:
    There are 30 metres of berthing space at Ferry Nab, which I hope will give space  for 5 boats (more with rafting up).   There are 12 metres of space in the Marina which will give space for 2 (maybe 3 rafting) smaller boats.

    Launching visiting boats:
    Launch at the Ferry Nab slipway £13 (in & out) – pay-as-you-go.  Slipway is open 09:00 to 21:00.

    Trailer & car parking:
    Trailers can be parked at Ferry Nab and trailer parking will be included in the berthing costs.  A car parking permit for Ferry Nab (also close to the Marina) is £8 per day or £30 for 7days – pay-as-you-go. 

    Coal:
    I will have steam coal delivered to my boathouse No 28 in the Windermere Marina.  The price tbd.  Collect the coal yourself (at a landing stage in Marina, Lat 54.3525, Long -2.9259).

    Members without boats:
    Are very, very welcome. I will sort out some clearing-house service to get you ‘allocated’ to steam on boats, probably from Ferry Nab.  Don’t be put off, do come.

    Schedule:
    Though this is still 'work in progress' 

    Saturday/ Sunday 4 & 5th
    Get to Windermere, register with the Wardens, launch, park trailers (phone me if you need a tow to your berth).  Buffet supper (needs pre-booking) in the upper room at the Boathouse Restaurant, Marina Village with cash bar, 5 mins walk from Ferry Nab.

    Saturday 4th evening - take part in the Lake District Boat Club's Boat Parade at Bowness.

    Thursday 8th
    Opportunity to steam with SBA party on the Daniel Adamson from Ellesmere Port (sharing transport).  
    Activities on other days:

    - Steam south to Fell Foot / Swan Hotel to be in Fell Foot Café / Swan / picnic lunch as you wish. 

    - Steaming north to Wray Castle Harbour / Miller Ground / Waterhead for Tea / Barbeques / Picnics / Ice creams.

    - Evening steaming for boats with lights

    - a couple of communal evening meals, say in the Boathouse Restaurant, Windermere Golf Club


    Costs:
    It is basically pay-as-you-go – with exceptions!
    I am planning to charge a boat fee of £10-ish (for the week or part/week) and a fee for adults of £5-ish (for week or part/week); no charge for children or 1 day guests.  The fees will cover admin costs.  Any surplus will be donated to the Shamrock Trust.
    Last year's prices as a guide only:

    • ·      the meals at the Boathouse Restaurant and elsewhere (buffet around £20, dinner £25)
    • ·      the boat berths & trailer parking. This depends on how many boats come & on how many berths I need to buy.  My estimate is between £12/metre and £18/metre for the week.
    • ·      the coal (exact cost depends on the pallet transport cost, I estimate £8.50/bag.)


    Event type 1 / DS

    Key to event types

    1 - SBA Organised Event (owner's declaration required)

    2 - SBA organised participation in 3rd party's event (owner's declaration required)

    In event types 1 and 2 the SBA organisers and SBA members are covered by the SBA Liability Insurance; these events count towards the SBAS boiler test Discount Scheme.

    3 - private meeting of members with or without boats

    4 - private, individual participation of members in 3rd party's event

    5 - for information only


    • 08 Aug 2018
    • Ellesmere Port to Moore Lane

    Return boat trip of approximately 2 hrs.


    View the Mersey Bridge from the water.


    WEDNESDAY 8th August


    This is one of their scheduled trips so if you are interested please contact the DANIEL ADAMSON booking department direct.


    www.thedanny.co.uk


    This trip may be woven into the Windermere Rally Programme



    • 11 Aug 2018
    • 12 Aug 2018
    • The Brecon & Abergaveny Canal
    Further info to follow
    But if you think you might be interested please contact our SBA coordinator
    Richard Havard on 01446 700974

    General info on Goytre Wharf
    http://www.goytrewharf.com/activities.html


    This would be an Event Type 2 (Boiler Discount Scheme)


    2 - SBA organised participation in 3rd party's event (owner's declaration required)

    In event types 1 and 2 the SBA organisers and SBA members are covered by the SBA Liability Insurance; these events count towards the SBAS boiler test Discount Scheme.



    • 29 Aug 2018
    • 01 Sep 2018
    • Port of Dartmouth, Devon, England
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    SBA Members and Boats are invited to participate in the Dartmouth Royal Regatta


    http://www.dartmouthregatta.co.uk/


    SBA coordinator is David Biss.


    Event type 2 / DS

    Key to event types

    1 - SBA Organised Event (owner's declaration required)

    2 - SBA organised participation in 3rd party's event (owner's declaration required)

    In event types 1 and 2 the SBA organisers and SBA members are covered by the SBA Liability Insurance; these events count towards the SBAS boiler test Discount Scheme.

    3 - private meeting of members with or without boats

    4 - private, individual participation of members in 3rd party's event

    5 - for information only



    PROVISIONAL Dartmouth Regatta SBA Programme 2018 (v1)

    Wed 29th August – Sun 2nd September

    Contact: Dave Biss

    Boats Attending:

    Max 8
     

    Wednesday 29th Aug: HW 08:48 BST 4.8m            LW 14:24 BST 0.7m           HW 21:00 BST 5.0m

    Launch from Totnes SBA time.

    Note that we can use the public slipway at Totnes Steamer Quay (satnav TQ9 5AL) with secure car & trailer parking again this year for a donation to the RNLI.

    Note that the tide is quite a severe spring tide.

    Reception Drinks at Dartmouth (in Dartmouth Yacht Club adjacent to our moorings). Time to be confirmed.

    Our berths are inside the pontoons, just above the lower car ferry (satnav TQ6 9BB)

    Thursday 30th Aug: HW 09:18 BST 4.8m                   LW 15:00 BST 0.7m           HW 21:30 BST 5.0m

    Eve excursion to the Maltsters Arms at Tuckenhay, top of Bow Creek (satnav TQ9 7EH)

    Depart Dartmouth after 4pm to arrive with the tide about 6:30pm

    Return with the tide, navigation lights & care!

    Displays:

    21:00 Fireworks

    Air displays may be added / changed at short notice

    Friday 31st Aug: HW 09:54 BST 4.9m                          LW 15:36 BST 0.7m           HW 22:06 BST 4.9m

    A.M. Brass polishing in preparation for judging of best steamboat by Nigel Way MBE.

    Lunch & trophy award. Date & time TBC

    P.M. Messing about on the river.

    Displays:

    18:00 Air displays? TBC

    Air displays may be added / changed at short notice

    Saturday 1st Sept: HW 10:30 BST 4.7m                     LW 16:12 BST 1.0m           HW 22:48 BST 4.6m

    A.M. Messing about on the river.

    Approx 15:00. Parade of Classic Craft (including steam boats). Full details to be supplied.

    Possible eve Meal before the fireworks?

    Option to haul out on the eve tide.

    Displays:

    18:00 Air displays? TBC

    21:00 Fireworks

    Air displays may be added / changed at short notice

    Sunday 2nd Sept: HW 11:12 BST 4.5m                       LW 17:00 BST 1.3m           HW 23:36 BST 4.4m

    Steam up to Totnes with the tide early morning.

    Costs:

    As usual, this is a ‘pay as you go’ rally.

    ·         Totnes car/trailer/ (boat) storage in a locked & fenced compound is by donation to RNLI. Vehicles left at our own risk. Suggested donation is £20-£25 per boat either cash or cheque made out to RNLI.

    (If using another slipway/storage please pay direct, as applicable).

    ·         Dartmouth Mooring fees & Harbour dues. This is TBC (we may get a discount).

    Cost based on length of boat per night.

     http://www.dartharbour.org/charges/category/visitors

    Useful info:

    http://www.dartmouthregatta.co.uk/

    Local Notice to Mariners:

    http://www.dartharbour.org/port-notices/  







          
    • 01 Sep 2018
    • 02 Sep 2018
    • King George V Park, Lowbourne, Melksham, Wilts, SN12 7ED

    Melksham Food and River Festival


    SBA Members and Boats are invited to participate in this Festival

    This is a free entry event with over 70 stalls expected, organised jointly between Melksham Town Council and the Wilts & Berks Canal Trust. Lots of activity on the River including 'Try Canoeing', Raft Race, Wilderness boats and trip boats. Last year we had 3 steam launches which created lots of interest. More details including a 'Visiting Boaters' page and Boat Booking Form on our website at: 

    https://www.melkshamfoodandriverfestival.co.uk/


    Event type 4

    Key to event types

    1 - SBA Organised Event (owner's declaration required)

    2 - SBA organised participation in 3rd party's event (owner's declaration required)

    In event types 1 and 2 the SBA organisers and SBA members are covered by the SBA Liability Insurance; these events count towards the SBAS boiler test Discount Scheme.

    3 - private meeting of members with or without boats

    4 - private, individual participation of members in 3rd party's event

    5 - for information only


    • 09 Nov 2018
    • 11 Nov 2018
    • Clayton-le-moor, Blackburn
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    SBA WINTER WEEK END INFO

    9th/10th/11th November 2018

    Mercure Dunkenhalgh Hotel and Spa

    Blackburn Road

    Clayton-le-Moors

    Blackburn

    BB5 5JP

    Provisional Programme

    Friday – 

    Arrive in time for dinner, 7.00 for 7.30pm (I will confirm checking in time at a later date)

    Saturday – 

    Daytime steam on the East Lancashire Railway from Rossendale to Bury; and private visit to and steaming at Bolton Steam Museum (Northern Mill Engine Society).Transfers by private coach. Various scenarios for lunch; Morrison’s café, purchase something at Morrisons and bring back to Museum to eat, or I am looking in to the nearby pie shop to provide some form of lunch and serve it at the museum. There is a small café seating area in the museum and tea/coffee will be available at a nominal cost.

    Evening Gala Dinner in private room.

    Sunday – 

    Morning traditional auction and there will also be room for a few small stalls if people have goods to sell but I have always found it is best for these to be put in the auction as job lots.

    Sunday lunch

    Afternoon talks/discussions on steamboat associated topics and hopefully something for the ladies (anyone any ideas?).

    Departure around 4.00pm

     

    Use of leisure facilities at the hotel are included in the price.

     

    The hotel has said that they will provide reduced rate for anyone wishing to add extra nights either side of the weekend but I have yet to confirm those rates.

     

    Download the

     BOOKING FORM


    The organiser is Dot Bullough.

    BOOKINGS PLEASE TO BE MADE BY JUNE 20th



    Event type 3

    Key to event types

    1 - SBA Organised Event (owner's declaration required)

    2 - SBA organised participation in 3rd party's event (owner's declaration required)

    In event types 1 and 2 the SBA organisers and SBA members are covered by the SBA Liability Insurance.

    3 - private meeting of members with or without boats

    4 - private, individual participation of members in 3rd party's event

    5 - for information only


Past events

01 Jun 2018 Beale Park Boat Show
16 May 2018 Bewl Water Rally
12 May 2018 Steam on the Dock
04 May 2018 President's Rally
24 Mar 2018 Annual General Meeting with Social Event 2018
15 Nov 2017 Filching Manor Motor Museum
03 Nov 2017 Winter Social Weekend and Seminar
21 Oct 2017 VIC56 Tour - Chatham Dockyard
21 Oct 2017 End-of-season cruise on Loch Kathrine
19 Oct 2017 Midlands Model Engineering Exhibition
22 Sep 2017 Windermere Lay-Up Rally and Supper
16 Sep 2017 A gathering of the (steamboat) clans - Loch Katrine
23 Aug 2017 Dartmouth Royal Regatta
06 Aug 2017 Windermere Week 2017
05 Aug 2017 Lake District Boat Club Parade
05 Aug 2017 The Lees, Abingdon
21 Jul 2017 Steamboats@Bristol Harbour Festival 2017
14 Jul 2017 Thames Traditional Boat Festival
07 Jul 2017 Evesham River Festival & Avon cruising
30 Jun 2017 Trent Private Meeting
24 Jun 2017 Rutland Water Rally
23 Jun 2017 Puffing a'Wey
11 Jun 2017 Stalham Steam Day
02 Jun 2017 Beale Park Boat Show
25 May 2017 Upper Thames Rally
25 May 2017 Katrina Steam Festival Weekend
12 May 2017 CANCELLED Fawley Hill Vintage Extravaganza
06 May 2017 Steam on the Dock
06 May 2017 Bewl Water Rally
16 Apr 2017 Opening Season Canal Cruise (Bluenose Rally)
18 Nov 2016 Autumn / Winter Social Weekend and Seminar
29 Oct 2016 End-of-season cruise on Loch Kathrine
13 Oct 2016 Midlands Model Engineering Exhibition
07 Oct 2016 Windermere Lay-Up Rally and Supper
01 Oct 2016 Mid Thames Illuminated Rally
16 Sep 2016 Model Engineer Exhibition
10 Sep 2016 Medway Queen Heritage Open Days Weekend
03 Sep 2016 Melksham Food & River Festival
25 Aug 2016 Dartmouth Royal Regatta
14 Aug 2016 CANCELLED. Scotland follow-on to Windermere Week Rally.
07 Aug 2016 Windermere Week 2016
30 Jul 2016 Loch Lomond Rally
22 Jul 2016 Puffing a'Wey
16 Jul 2016 Thames Traditional Boat Festival
15 Jul 2016 Steamboats@Bristol Harbour Festival 2016
02 Jul 2016 Beccles Charter Weekend
01 Jul 2016 Trent Private Meeting
25 Jun 2016 Loch Lomond Sailing Club
25 Jun 2016 Rutland Water Rally
25 Jun 2016 Joint Steam Days with Loch Ard Sailing Club
17 Jun 2016 Coventry Canal
12 Jun 2016 Steam Day
11 Jun 2016 Milford Haven Seafair Festival
10 Jun 2016 Steam passage to Broads Museum
04 Jun 2016 A steamy weekend with Captain Banjo
03 Jun 2016 Beale Park Boat Show
28 May 2016 Steam Festival
20 May 2016 Fawley Hill Vintage Extravaganza
12 May 2016 Waterbird Flight on Windermere
09 May 2016 Bewl Water Rally
25 Apr 2016 Mass Boiler Test
23 Apr 2016 Opening Season Canal Cruise
10 Apr 2016 Windermere pre-Season Lunch
02 Apr 2016 Scottish SBA Open Lunch Meeting
25 Mar 2016 Easter at Ellesmere Port
19 Mar 2016 Annual General Meeting with Social Event 2016
27 Feb 2016 Scottish SBA Open Lunch Meeting
30 Jan 2016 Scottish SBA Open Lunch Meeting
06 Nov 2015 Winter Weekend at Malvern
15 Oct 2015 Midland Model Engineering Exhibition
09 Oct 2015 Lay-Up Rally and Supper
17 Sep 2015 Hydro-Aeroplane on Windermere
28 Aug 2015 Alvecote Historic Boat Gathering
28 Aug 2015 Lower Thames Rally
26 Aug 2015 Dartmouth Royal Regatta
09 Aug 2015 Windermere Week 2015
29 Jul 2015 Coniston Regatta
18 Jul 2015 Thames Traditional Boat Rally
17 Jul 2015 Bristol Harbour Festival
17 Jul 2015 Puffing A-Wey
03 Jul 2015 Trent Rally
27 Jun 2015 Rutland Water Steam Event
27 Jun 2015 PS Kingswear Castle – Evening Picnic Cruise
27 Jun 2015 Stroudwater Canal Rally
26 Jun 2015 Cancelled River Dart Rally
19 Jun 2015 Coventry Canal Rally- CANCELLED
13 Jun 2015 Magna Carta Thames Pageant
12 Jun 2015 Upper Thames Rally
06 Jun 2015 Milford Haven Seafair - invitation to SBA members
05 Jun 2015 SBA Outboard Engine Competition - CANCELLED
05 Jun 2015 Beale Park Boat Show
24 May 2015 800 Years of Magna Carta
11 May 2015 Bewl Water Rally
21 Mar 2015 Annual General Meeting with Social Event 2015
01 Jan 2015 Membership Renewal
12 Dec 2014 Sandown Model Engineering Exhibition
29 Nov 2014 Winter Week End in Gt. Malvern
16 Oct 2014 Midland Model Engineering Exhibition
10 Oct 2014 Lay-Up Rally and Supper
21 Sep 2014 Thames Historic Steamboat Cruise
06 Sep 2014 Melksham River Festival
27 Aug 2014 Dartmouth Royal Regatta
22 Aug 2014 Newcastle Old Boat Gathering
10 Aug 2014 Windermere Week 2014
09 Aug 2014 Pembroke Dock
02 Aug 2014 River Avon
18 Jul 2014 Bristol Harbour Festival 2014
11 Jul 2014 Puffing a'Wey
05 Jul 2014 Trent Event
04 Jul 2014 Poole Harbour
21 Jun 2014 Coventry Rally
07 Jun 2014 Seafair Haven
06 Jun 2014 Beale Park Boat Show
06 Jun 2014 Steam Outboard Motor Competition
27 May 2014 Coniston regatta
12 May 2014 Bewl Water
10 May 2014 Fox & Hounds - Basingstoke Canal
09 May 2014 Manchester Rally 2014
01 May 2014 Mass Boiler Testing in Scotland
15 Mar 2014 Annual General Meeting with Social Event
29 Nov 2013 Winter Week End in Gt. Malvern
11 Oct 2013 Lay up Supper Week end 2013
01 Oct 2013 Membership Renewal
21 Sep 2013 Fox & Hounds - Basingstoke Canal
13 Sep 2013 Thames Rally 2013
06 Sep 2013 30th Jubilee Rally of the Swiss Steamboat Association
29 Aug 2013 Dartmouth Royal Regatta
22 Aug 2013 Scottish Lowland Canal Festival
17 Aug 2013 Pembroke River Rally
11 Aug 2013 Windermere Week 2013
26 Jul 2013 Bristol Harbour Festival 2013
12 Jul 2013 Puffing A-Wey
06 Jul 2013 Trent Event
30 Jun 2013 Steam Day
29 Jun 2013 Chesterfield Canal Festival
27 Jun 2013 Loch Lomond 2013 - CANCELLED
22 Jun 2013 Coventry Rally
21 Jun 2013 East of England Broads Rally
07 Jun 2013 Beale Park Boat Show
29 May 2013 Coniston regatta
01 May 2013 Mass Boiler Testing in Scotland
09 Mar 2013 Annual General Meeting with Social Event
01 Dec 2012 Membership Renewal
09 Nov 2012 Social Weekend 2012
17 Oct 2012 Midland Model Engineering Exhibition
06 Oct 2012 Soutwest Area Meeting
06 Oct 2012 Fox & Hounds - Basingstoke Canal
28 Sep 2012 Lay-Up Supper
08 Sep 2012 Thames Rally
30 Aug 2012 Dartmouth Royal Regatta
12 Aug 2012 Windermere Week 2012
11 Aug 2012 Milford Haven (Daugleddau Estuary) Rally 2012
04 Aug 2012 Comet Bicentenary
20 Jul 2012 Bristol Harbour
15 Jul 2012 On the River Wey in Guildford - with music!
14 Jul 2012 Poole Harbour
07 Jul 2012 Pool Quay Canal Festival, Welshpool
06 Jul 2012 River Severn & Birmingham Canal
06 Jul 2012 Trent Event
06 Jul 2012 Steam the Falkirk Wheel
30 Jun 2012 Canal Festival on the Chesterfield Canal
16 Jun 2012 Brecon & Abergavenny Canal
15 Jun 2012 Coventry Canal
10 Jun 2012 Coniston Cruise
09 Jun 2012 Loch Lomond 2012
08 Jun 2012 Beale Park Boat Show
05 Jun 2012 River Yarm
03 Jun 2012 River Thames Royal Pageant
02 Jun 2012 Stroudwater Canal
25 May 2012 ABV GB Event
25 May 2012 Oostende vor Anker
19 May 2012 Moira Canal Festival
16 Mar 2012 Annual General Meeting with Social Event
01 Jan 2012 Membership Renewal

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