9.1SI 1.9 Schedule of Races: Dinghy Autumn Series races #5 & #6 on 20th Oct are cancelled and removed from the series to free up the safety RIB for the Hunter 707 Scottish Championship hosted by PEYC. Previous Amendments Remaining In Force (Except as modified above) 6.2SI 1.8 Marks: ‘PEYC Race Marks – Aug 2018’ is posted on the PEYC web site. Marks K, Y and dinghy mark X are deleted since they cannot be laid or used this season. Rosyth No1 cat buoy is Continue reading →
A date for your diary: Wednesday 31st October, our annual Skippers and keen crew members supper evening. The aim is to discuss the season and come up with fresh ideas for next year. This year we will meet in the club house with stovies or chilli at £5 ph. Numbers will be limited to 50 so please let me know if you are coming and with your food choice. (There is a vegetarian option.) It’s your club and we aim to please so come along Continue reading →
Night Series As the light on mark “Q” is missing substitute mark “Z” in place of “Q” in all courses using “Q”.
Port Edgar Yacht Club Sailing Instructions Amendment 2018–8 8.1SI 1.11 Courses: (Applies only to yacht Night Series) Due to the problem maintaining a light on mark W, dinghy mark P off the tire barrier at Port Edgar is substituted for mark W in all Night Series courses with immediate effect. Mark P is a YELLOW race mark, now re-laid in deeper water, but will not be fitted with a light. Mark W remains Continue reading →
August EGM notice
This meeting was intended to be used to discuss the plans to replace the clubhouse. Owing to a positive development, an EGM is not needed at this point. An email will be sent to all members explaining things in more detail.
Boat/Race Bow No. Place Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Seaword 3 1 20.5 2 2 11 12 1 1 1 0 1.5 1 5 1 1 4 Cacciatore 23 2 27.5 1 1 7 1 2 3 2 0 1.5 12 8 2 5 2 Code Betty 12 3 42 3 3 1 9 17 11 27 0 6 2 1 3 2 1 Tallulah 18 4 68 6 8 2 3 9 7 6 Continue reading →
There was great racing at Port Edgar on the weekend of 21st and 22nd April 2018, with seventeen Hunter 707s fighting it out for the 2018 Edinburgh Cup. In lightish winds racing was incredibly tight and after five races it was Blue Funk who lifted the trophy, equal second were More Tea Vicar and Seaward. This class seems to go from strength to strength and if you wish to be involved with close class keel boat racing this is the class to join. 707s regularly Continue reading →
We hope to start evening sailing on Thursday 3rd May. There will be pre season get together in the clubhouse on Thursday 26th with the bar open from about 6.30.