These Tide Tables are reproduced in accordance with the following statement :-
Forth Yacht Clubs Association
The Stirling town Quay 15m downstream from the sheet steel piled section has seen a substantial collapse. A third of the width of the park behind has been washed into the river. The landward side has been fenced off. The sheet steel piled section remains accessible and usable, A fender board is recommended.
One assumes that the rest of the quay will now be sheet steel piled so temporary closure may be on the cards while work is in progress.
The Forth Yacht Clubs Association has awarded the 2015 Ian Crawford memorial trophy to Neil MacDougall of PEYC for his huge and continued voluntary input to Fife Sailability.
Due to essential bridge repairs, The Forth & Clyde Canal is currently closed to sea-to-sea traffic - details here.
The Forth Yacht Clubs Association has awarded the"Young Sailor of the Year" troph for 2015 to JamieCalder of RFYC and Loch Tummel SC
Thefts from Aberdour Harbour
Another series of incidents at Aberdour - Details here.
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DUNBAR VISITORS BERTHING
Members may like to know that the visitors' berth is now on the east wall on the north side of the bridge. It dries approximately 2 hours each side of HW.
For most visitors this will mean berthing where one can and then moving to the visitors berth when water permits. The deepest water, the first berth one can reach on entry, is below the castle so this berth is busy.
It may be possible to make arrangements to berth temporarily below the castle to make an early departure to carry the flood tide up the Forth.
The new harbour master is Gary Lawson. Bob Clunas has retired.
30 metre high horses heads at Falkirk ... more details here
Preferential Dinghy Hire at Port Edgar for members of FYCA affiliated clubs - details here
Berths and Shore Facilities in Forth Harbours