A couple of updates for FYCA members from Paul Shave. 1. The pontoon and landing walkway has been installed at Stirling Town Quay. Access to and from the walkway is by a gate with a key pad. I don’t know who controls it. I suspect that the Council is still sorting that out. 2. This […]
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Calling all skippers – If you are intending to sail in the PEYC Yacht Regatta this Sunday can you please submit an entry form on the club website. Entry Form The first prize in each division is dinner for two at the new Scott’s restaurant at the marina. Many thanks.
Richard Millar of Scottish Canals announced on Monday 29th January that the F&C canal will be unavailable for Sea to Sea transit during this whole year due to major engineering failures with the Bonnybridge and the Twechar opening road bridges and insufficient funds available to carry out full operability repairs! The Caledonian and Crinan canals […]
Port Edgar Yacht Club invites all yachts to join in their annual yacht regatta on the 23rd September. Racing for divisions 1, 2 & 3 will take place in St Davids Bay commencing at 1030. Briefing will be on the radio so visiting yachts can go straight to the race area. Those not wishing to […]
With one event to go for Division 1 the Forth Series 2018 is nearly over. There are results available on the Forth Series 2018 page. The tables will be tidied up in due course. Any errors please email email@example.com
The NOR for the PEYC Annual Yacht Regatta has been released and can be found here or on the Forth Series 2018 page.
The Bell Rock Trophy SI is available for download here – Bell Rock SI – FINAL 2018. Please note that the Beer Festival tickets are sold out.
The members and management committee of Burntisland Sailing Club would like to wish you a warm welcome to its 64th annual Regatta being held this weekend. The Sailing Instructions can be downloaded here.
Please see Page 17 of the Times, Wednesday 1 August 2018, “River port plan could see millions flow in”. Work has begun on a 35m pontoon for completion by the end of September. It is intended for trip boats but presumably will be available to leisure craft at other times. Besides the tidal rise and […]