The Forth Cruising Club has published the NOR, SIs, courses and Entry Form for the Fife Regatta, to be held on the 19th May 2019. They will be available shortly on the Forth Series 2019 page and are also listed below for download.
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The SIs for the Bosun’s Locker and Queen Margaret Trophy races as part of the 2019 Forth Series are now available. Follow this link to the Forth Series 2019.
REPAIRS TO BO’NESS OUTER HARBOURSubstantial renovation work is being carried out to the inside and outside faces of the Bo’ness East Pier. The walls are currently obstructed by construction workers rafts.Bo’ness is a useful refuge from easterlies, common in the early part of the year. At present it is best avoided. There will be another […]
Forth & Clyde re-opening Canal Carnival Flotilla registration contact is email@example.com with whom everyone must register by the end of March to ensure a place. Numbers are restricted by the ability of the canal to pass the flotilla through the 4 sets of locks between the Falkirk Wheel and Auchinstarry – it takes 240 tonnes […]
The historic Forth & Clyde Canal will spring to life this May as a floating festival to celebrate its re-opening to coast-to-coast boat traffic takes to the water. Organised by canal custodians Scottish Canals in conjunction with various canal-focused voluntary bodies, the Lowland Canal Carnival will see a flotilla of steam boats, yachts, narrowboats, rowing […]
Please note the tide tables have been removed from the sidebar and can now be found on the Tides and Weather page/link. Click here to go there.
Dear boater, I wanted to share with you some fantastic news that was announced last week by the Scottish Government; we are getting an additional £5.35 million of funding to invest in improvements and upgrades to assets across the network. This will include the replacement of four pairs of lock gates on the Forth & […]
Stirling City has just completed the installation of a landing pontoon at the Old Town Harbour, just downstream of the footbridge to Cambuskenneth Abbey, not far from the rail station. The opening ceremony is due on 18th November at 12.00 noon and all boaters ashore or afloat will be most welcome. Overhead clearance under the […]