Latest COVID-19 Update
Open for Business
As we continue to navigate through the unprecedented challenges posed by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) we wanted to let you know we are still open for business and committed to supporting all our Members and staff.
To manage the Club effectively through this time as restrictions potentially ease, this post is to keep members of The CYCSA up to date with the current operational statuses.
For more information regarding COVID19, you can contact the National Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080, or click [here]
Bar & Bistro
As of Wednesday the 27th of May 2020, the Club will be reverting to our normal trading hours of Wednesday-Friday 12pm-8pm and Saturday/Sunday 9am-8pm. During this period Admirals Bistro will operate a continuous service for dining members only with a 90-minute time allocation.
Due to the current government regulations we are only able to seat 10 dining guests indoors and 10 dining guest outdoors at any one time; as such we are encouraging our members to book tables in the bistro before we open the booking platform to the general public on Friday the 29th of May.
PLEASE NOTE: THERE WILL BE NO WALK IN DINERS CATERED FOR AT THIS TIME, BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL FOR US TO MANAGE THIS SITUATION.
We would like to thank you for supporting your club during this difficult trading situation and look forward to seeing you all face to face again in the coming weeks.
Takeaway & Home Delivery
The takeaway/home delivery service the Club has been running will continue within the hours stated above. Takeaway/home delivery will no longer be available on Mondays & Tuesdays from Monday the 1st of June but continue Wednesday through Sundays.
There will be no functions at the CYCSA until further notice.
Currently all Boating/Fishing activity must comply with current social distancing regulations and is inclusive of the family/household provision.
Marine Academy training courses were cut short during March due to restrictions imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic. We apologise to those members that were unable to undertake courses planned through the autumn months.
Program preparation for 20-21 is underway, with a hope that easing restrictions may see a September commencement of training again. The full impact regarding social distancing, if still in place, will be worked through over the winter months and may affect the number of students in any practical on water courses. In the meantime, we are hoping to run a couple of theory courses e.g. Marine Radio course utilising the function room to appropriately spread out students.
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