PEYC 707 Autumn Regatta 29/29 October 2017

Entries are now open for this event. The aim will be to run 4 races on the Saturday and 3 on Sunday, following a radio briefing at 0930 on channel 77. Sailing Instructions will be posted shortly. To enter please complete the online entry form  and pay the entry fee of £55 by BACS transfer to PEYC, Account number 00237963, sort code 83-19-20, including 707 and the boat name in the reference. PEYC 707 Autumn Regatta 2017 Notice of Race PEYC 707 Autumn Regatta 2017 Entry Continue reading →

Sailing Instruction Amendement 2017-4

4.1  SI 1.9 Schedule of Races: Yacht Night Series primary time limit will be 21:30 instead of 21:05, with a 35 minute extension, for all races. The third race in the Autumn Dinghy Series on 29th October will be cancelled if it cannot be started before 15:00. Due to its proximity to the Rail Bridge, mark K will not be used in any yacht courses for the rest of 2017. If required, the race officer will make an appropriate substitution. Jim Scott – PEYC Sailing Continue reading →


The annual Port Edgar Dinghy Regatta was held on 7 May 2017. It was supported by 9 RS200s and 4 boats from the club in the handicap class. The wind built from nothing at 1030 to about 12 knots for raing after a short postponement. after 4 races the winners were Ronald Millar’s RS200 and Steve Knowles’ Laser Radial.          

Port Edgar Watersports discounts for 2017 PEYC members

We are pleased to announce a discount scheme for PEYC members. For 2017 Port Edgar Waterports are offering membership of Port Edgar Watersports to all PEYC members for £1 only. This membership is normally £99. Membership or Port Edgar Watersports will give you access to the following benefits: Last-minute Special Deals, which could mean as much as a 50% discount available on courses. These offers will be circulated to members by email up to 7 days prior to the course start date; 10% off all standard adult Continue reading →

Pre-Season Talks and New Members meet and greet

The next evening talk will be on 29th March commencing at 7.30 pm in the club house, a talk by the characterful Martin Edge entitled “Crossing Oceans on a Shoestring – Sailing to the South Seas for Cheapskates”. “Over the past two years Martin has spent several months sailing across the Caribbean and half of the Pacific – from Panama via Galapagos to Tahiti – for the price of little more than his sanity.  He’s done it by hitching lifts on two different 32 ft Continue reading →