Thursday Evening Sailing
Thursday evening sailing has been a starting point for lots of people. Many of them have gone on to buy their own boats. It is a chance to get out on the water meet people and to network.
How do you get involved ? Arrangements are made by email: at the beginning of the week an invitation to sail is sent and people respond. If you would like to become involved the first and most important step is to join our mailing list. To do this send an email to email@example.com from the email address you wish to use. We can usually accommodate everyone who want to sail but it is advisable to post your intention to come rather than turn up on spec.
Weekend Cruises We plan to hold a weekend day sail in company once per month. The first was to Limekilns on 17th May and led by Ian Cameron on Fingal. The second to Aberdour on 16th June is led by Terry Turbitt on Rocca and we hope Cath Combs of Sapphire Spirit will lead the July one on the weekend of 13/14th. Watch the emails for details of August and September.
Port Edgar yachts at Limkilns
You can see more photos of weekend cruises:
Cruising email list
To join send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org from the email address you wish to subscribe with.
Once you are a member you can post messages by sending an email to email@example.com
This was originally set up to coordinate Thursday evening sailing but now has nearly 300 members and is used for general networking among people who like to go sailing on the Forth. You can use it to:
- Share your plans for the weekend when the forecast looks good and perhaps meet up at some agreed destination.
- Find a crewing space on a boat if you just want a day on the water.
- Meet new crew if you just want to go sailing and are short handed.
- Coordinate longer cruises.
- Ask for help if you are doing some work on a boat and need an extra pair of hands.
- And talk about anything that people who go sailing like to talk about.
Cruising Log and Photo Competition
The photographic entries for 2019 are now complete and can be viewed here
There was only on log which was Norman Paterson’s account of a trip from Port Edgar to Ipswich. It can b e viewed here
The winning photo was this lovely image of a sea eagle by Linda Cooper.
We also really liked Martin Edge’s picture of a death defying leap which he whimsically entitled “Sprogocide”
As ever all the entries can be viewed here. Flickr Album