Cruising Logs and Photos 2021

Hullabaloo heading for Bass Rock

As things have returned to semi normal this year; some of you will have been able to explore further than up river or down river! 

We usually run a photography competition and cruising log competition for PEYC members and this year is no exception. 

Cruising Logs:  These can be an account of any passage in which you participate either as crew or as skipper.  It doesn’t have to be ocean crossing adventures, it has been won by well written accounts of a trip across the Clyde and through the Crinan Canal and of a dinghy cruise to Inchkeith.  So whatever your memories of the summer of 2021 now is the time to commit them to paper.  Please send them to Cath Coombs as word documents or as PDF. 

Photographs:  The guidelines are very loose pictures can be of a boat; taken from a boat or generally feature boat and water.  You don’t have to travel to exotic locations for your pictures: it has been won be a pin sharp, tightly composed image taken between the bridges.  If you’d like to enter please send a maximum of five  pictures as high res jpegs to jiancameron@gmail.com   I will collate them in a public album and prevail on our judge to deliver a verdict in time for the AGM  Previous  years entries can be seen here and here

We are working on a new methodology for organising crews next season. Something along the lines of that which is currently being introduced for the winter talks.

Meantime cruising section communication takes place via the cruising Google group. The link to this is

peyc_cruisers+subscribe@googlegroups.com. Simply send us an email from  the address you would like to use.



Our main activities are

Thursday sailing sessions

Thursday evening sessions (coordinated by Ian Cameron) will start on Thursday 20 May. Read more

Weekend cruises

Our intention is to hold four weekend day sails. In the past the cruisers have gone to Limekilns, Burntisland, and Bo’ness. Read more