F.AO . RYA Affiliated clubs in Scotland As you may have read in the press, there is a serious outbreak of bird flu (H5N1) in seabird colonies in Scotland and large numbers of birds have died. We have been asked by NatureScot to help in two ways: by not handling dead or dying seabirds or allowing a dog to touch them. by not disturbing seabird colonies. Many are in locations
Published 19:12 on 18 Jul 2022
Tuesday evening club training is changing to make training more accessible, and allow more club members to take part. Starting from tomorrow (28th June), Tuesday evenings will be open to all club members for training, practicing your sailing skills, or just going for a pleasant sail. Club boats can be hired (at the usual rate) and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Numbers will be limited by the safety
Published 15:45 on 28 Jun 2022
This years training week will run from 25 July to 29 July. We will run beginner only sessions every morning from 0930 to 1230 and improver only sessions in the afternoons from 1400 to 1700. Training is open to all ages from age 8 upwards. As an RYA Training Centre, we will be teaching beginners from the introductory stage to RYA level 1 upwards. For improvers we plan to work on a range
Published 15:42 on 28 Jun 2022
Please find the recently finalised 2022 sailing calendar HERE . It can also be found on the website on the CALENDAR tab in the main menu. Duties have been assigned and emails for these have been sent out on 12 April. All duties can be managed/swapped using the member portal. If you have any issues logging in or with the system in general, please contact Ian Fleetham .
Published 13:46 on 12 Apr 2022
Please find HERE the latest Covid-19 guidance for the club, as of 10th April 2022.
Published 10:19 on 8 Mar 2022