The Clubhouse
RYA Scotland Club of the Year 2018
Receiving the trophy at Inverkip
The 2016 Flying Fifteen Scottish Nationals @Kippford
The club has been a leading Flying Fifteen club for decades
Horse Isles Bay Picnic 2018
Costa Kippford
On the start line!
And they're off!
Laser Open
Hunca Munca as committee boat
RNLI Regatta
With Hestan and Balcary behind
Craning In
The start of the cruiser season masterminded by Jim
Hunca Munca
Kite flying
Mudlarks - Cadet Week
Happy cadets but slightly less than clean
Kintra
At the mouth of the Urr with the Cumbria coast in the far distance
Open Day 2019
Elizabeth giving joyrides in the club Bahia
Open Day 2019
Welcome visitors from RNLI Kippford
Open Day 2019
Vice Commodore giving joy rides in Whisper
Open Day 2019
Framed
The Flying Scotsman
He made it
Close Racing
Three Laser Radials in a tussle
Little and Large
Roy Kerr and La Malouine arrive
Traditional End to Cadet Week
Senior Instructors made themselves scarce
Close to the Wire and the Water
Spitfire in full cry
Whiteport Picnic
Arriving to start a glorious picnic at the end a great week
A Busy Boat Park
And prizes for all
Getting Crowded in There
At the pontoons ready to rock and roll
The Future
New members for 2025 survey the sailing area

You may have noticed on the website or Facebook the sad news about the death of one of our longest-serving member Barry Filer. In these troubled times, we sadly cannot show our respect by attending his funeral but we have a plan to honour him within the current guidelines. The hearse and the family cars will pass in front of the clubhouse before the funeral and we can legitimately spread ourselves along the private road from the north end of the clubhouse and up the main road as the cortege heads for Colvend Church. We should not form into one group but should distance ourselves individually or in family groups widely spaced out. We may of course greet each other but should not come together in any way either before or after the cortege passes. In this way, we can honour our friend without breaching the regulations. We should be in position before 11:00 on Friday 18th September. The funeral is at Colvend Church half an hour later.

The format is:

  • Cortege forms up in the public car park then, at 11:00, drives up between the car park and the Mariner and across the front of the clubhouse heading north
  • Commodore stands by at the club flagpole on the balcony to do the honours
  • Members and friends line the private road from the north end of the clubhouse to the main road, if necessary stretching up the main road
  • Significant, well scattered distancing to be observed throughout; not just the 2 metre social distancing of a group
  • Dress – sailing gear or similar e.g. sea boots and oilskins (assuming the usual west Scotland weather), club apparel if available
  • Gentlemen way wish to wear headgear to remove at the appropriate moment.

Please may we have a good turnout for this doughty man of the sea.

Please address any queries to me via the club email address or by phone.

 

Lindsay Tosh