PEYC SI Amendment 2017-11

11.1 SI 3.4 Yacht Committee Boat Start Line For the remaining Winter Series yacht races, the race officer may elect to use a yacht as a committee boat in the west area, announcing this on VHF Chan 77. In that case, the start line will be between the committee boat mast and a designated race mark. Courses will not be displayed but will be broadcast on VHF Chan 77. Jim Scott – PEYC Sailing Secretary

Sailing Instruction Amendment 2017-9

  Port Edgar Yacht Club Sailing Instructions Amendment 2017-9 9.1 SI 1.11 Courses: Additional yacht courses, going west from the Main Pier transit start and finishing at mark W, are published in ‘PEYC Yacht Courses Nov 2017’ and may be selected from Sunday 12th Nov. Yachts must normally observe the Queensferry Crossing exclusion zones but are permitted to enter them between the central & south towers to avoid impeding ships while racing. Courses 300-309: W-wind courses Courses 310-319: SW-wind courses Courses 50-69: Mark L is 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 →