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  • Aberdeen and Stonehaven Yacht Club
    The main activity of the club is racing of dinghies of all types. There is also a small cruiser section, Junior Training, and social activities. Aberdeen and Stonehaven Yacht Club (ASYC) offers dinghy sailing opportunities on both coastal and inland waters in the northeast of Scotland, with a competitive racing programme at both locations. Stonehaven, Aberdeen, Scotland
    http://www.asyc.org.uk/
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  • Aberdeen Boat Club
    We are Scotland's largest rowing club and one of the longest established clubs in the UK. Founded in 1865 and based on the River Dee, we have a thriving membership of more than 200 members and cater for a wide range of rowing abilities. We have active men’s and women’s squads at all levels, as well as a healthy number of members who prefer the more social side to rowing. Aberdeen, Scotland
    http://www.abc-dee.co.uk/
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  • Aberdour Boat Club
    The Club is situated in the attractive Fife village of Aberdour, on the north shore of the Firth of Forth. The harbour – though tidal – is an excellent base for exploring the Firth and the islands, skerries and tides provide for interesting boating! The Club was founded in 1930 and has always encouraged boating of all kinds – canoes, rowing, power boats and sailing. We have an active racing and cruising programme and the village's annual Regatta is one of the biggest events of the Forth. Our small and attractive Clubhouse, conveniently located at the root of the pier plays host to a busy social programme throughout the year. The Club membership is just over 100 and runs very much on a self-help basis. The club is affiliated to both the Royal Yachting Association and the Forth Yacht Clubs Association. Aberdour, Burntisland, Fife, Scotland, UK
    http://www.aberdourboatclub.co.uk/
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  • Annandale Sailing Club
    Annandale Sailing Club is a small friendly club situated on the small historic Castle Loch in Lochmaben. Lochmaben has links to Robert the Bruce and the Wars of Independence. It may only be 150 acres (in old money) but it can provide both sheltered waters for the nervous beginners and an interesting test for those who appreciate the subtleties of inland racing. In either case, it's a most beautiful place to be at any time of the year. The club's main activity is dinghy racing and there is a vigorous programme of training geared to getting sailors to a high level of local and national success, as well as an active social program. Lochmaben, Lockerbie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland, UK
    http://www.annansail.co.uk/
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  • Arran Yacht Club
    Arran Yacht Club was formed in 1956 to promote the sport of sailing on the Isle of Arran. The club is based at Lamlash Pier and as well as owning its premises has a long term lease on the Pier and adjoining shore. Lamlash Harbour is an ideal area for sailing with relatively sheltered waters and scenery to die for. During the summer the club holds handicap dinghy racing on Saturdays and some Sundays, and is a registered RYA Training Centre. Isle of Arran, Scotland, UK
    http://www.arranyachtclub.co.uk/
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  • Banff Sailing Club
    The club offers dinghy & yacht racing, pleasure sailing, and informal training. A warm welcome is always ensured at Banff for new members and visitors alike. We are a small club of about 70 members situated on the North East coast of Scotland. Banff, Scotland
    http://www.banffsailingclub.co.uk/
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  • Burntisland Sailing Club
    Burntisland Sailing Club is one of the main sailing clubs on the Firth of Forth in Scotland. The club has about 25 moorings accessible at all states of the tide, a well equipped clubhouse and compound for winter storage. The club offers racing, cruising, and social activities. Burntisland, Firth of Forth, Scotland.
    http://www.burntislandsailing.org.uk/
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  • Campbeltown Sailing Club
    A combined keelboat and dinghy club based at Campbeltown in Scotland. We are based near Dalintober Pier at the upper end of Campbeltown Loch. Our Clubhouse has a spacious upper floor with bar and catering facilities plus there are showers and toilets downstairs. Small boats are stored in our secure compound and the Loch is accessed by a slipway/ramp usable at all states of the tide. Kintyre Canoe Club and the local Sea Cadet Unit are affiliated to the Club. Campbeltown, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, UK
    http://www.campbeltownsc.co.uk/
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  • Cardwell Bay Sailing Club
    Racing, cruising, socializing — we have a full programme to suit people of all ages and sailing abilities. Cardwell Bay Sailing Club (CBSC) is a small friendly club. It was formed in 1906 by the owners of boats moored in Cardwell Bay to promote Cruising and Racing. Cardwell Bay is situated on the south shore of the Firth of Clyde at the east side of Gourock and bordering Greenock. The Bay provides sheltered mooring for CBSC Members and other boat owners. Gourock, Renfrew, Scotland
    http://www.cbsc.org.uk/
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  • Carrick Castle Boat Club
    Welcome to the Carrick Castle Boat Club that was founded on 10th February 1989. The club has an allocation of fifty mooring positions on Loch Goil at Carrick Castle. The club owns two blue 15 tonne visitors' moorings just north of the castle. Loch Goil, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, UK
    http://www.carrick-castle-boat-club.co.uk/
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  • Castle Semple Sailing Club
    Castle Semple Sailing Club is a friendly, vibrant club based at Castle Semple Loch, Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire, only 15 minutes from Glasgow Airport. Our clubhouse is just past Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park’s Castle Semple Visitor Centre. We offer a full programme sailing and social programme during the season, including regular club racing and an active junior section. Our fleet comprises a variety of dinghies with Vagos, Enterprises, Lasers and a large number of GP14s regularly joining our handicap racing. Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire, Scotland, UK
    http://www.castlesemplesc.co.uk/
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  • Chanonry Sailing Club
    The club offers dinghy & cruiser racing, cruising activities, RYA Training for juniors & adults, and social events. Membership is open to all ages interested in sailing. Basic, refresher and advanced training and coaching sessions are conducted along with a variety of shore-based courses. The club has some dinghies for the use of members. For yacht owners, we have summer trot moorings (boats up to 32 foot) and our own small drying harbour. There is intra- and inter-club racing as well as a programme of organised cruises. We also have an active coastal rowing group with two St Ayles rowing skiffs.​​ Fortrose, Scotland, UK
    http://www.chanonry.org.uk/
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  • Clyde Windsurfing Club
    Clyde Windsurfing Club is a volunteer run organisation that is committed to making windsurfing accessible to all. We aim to provide a safe, fun environment for our members of all ages and abilities. Clyde runs sessions for youngsters (T15 Barracudas) and members of all ages. Windsurfing doesn’t have an age limit! A significant part of our remit is to offer coaching to young people to get them enjoying the sport of windsurfing and hopefully interested in competition and racing. This then serves as a springboard with many of our former youngsters going on to compete, win titles, teach and make careers out of the sport. Based at beautiful Castle Semple Loch in Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire, Clyde Windsurfing Club has been the largest active windsurfing club in the Glasgow catchment area for the last few decades. Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire, Scotland, UK
    http://www.clydewindsurfing.co.uk/
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  • Clyde Yacht Clubs Association
    The association promotes & develops all aspects of racing, cruising and training. The CYCA was founded in 1898. It is a non-profit organisation run by yachtsmen for yachtsmen and comprises constituent clubs, one-design class representatives and like-minded bodies on the Clyde and further afield on the west coast of Scotland. The Association is RYA-affiliated and is represented on the council of RYA Scotland. Argyll & Bute, Scotland, UK
    http://www.cyca-online.org.uk/
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  • Cove Sailing Club
    Welcome to Cove Sailing Club, located on the shores of Loch Long in Argyll, Scotland. Whilst it is the home of the Loch Long One Design, a wooden keel boat built for racing along the shores of the Loch, many members now have Sonatas, Sigma 33's and more. The club extends a warm welcome to all, sailors and non sailors alike and is always looking to accept new members. The club hosts at least twice weekly race meetings during the summer season and a wide range of social activities throughout the year. There is also a vibrant cadet section where children can enjoy dinghy and Loch Long sailing with their own annual regatta. Loch Long, Argyll, Scotland, UK
    http://www.covesc.org.uk/
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  • Craignish Boat Club
    Since it was founded in 1991 Craignish Boat Club has helped to teach 140 children how to sail. In recent years CBC cadets have participated in national school competitions and junior members have participated in national training squads. Craignish Boat Club cadets have qualified as RYA Sailing Instructors and have returned to assist in the running of the club. The Club's Paddlesports section has also been a great success. As a community organisation, our activities extend well beyond the water. Each year we hold fundraisers as well as social events like our annual Ceilidh and Prize Giving in the Craignish Village Hall, to which all are welcome. Craignish, Argyll, Scotland, UK
    http://craignishboatclub.org.uk/
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  • Cramond Boat Club
    The Club has a full programme of cruising and racing for dinghies, small cruisers and keel-boats, pleasure sailing and social activities. The Club caters for all types of small craft, including dinghies, small cruisers and motorboats. The Club holds open regattas and long distance races each season. Cramond, Edinburgh, Scotland
    http://www.cramondboatclub.org.uk/
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  • Cromarty Boat Club
    Cromarty Boat Club lies near the entrance to the Cromarty Firth in the village of Cromarty. The club aims to provide a means of affordable and social boating. Offers racing, cruising, and social activities. Black Isle Peninsula, Cromarty, Scotland, UK
    http://www.cromartyboatclub.org/
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  • Cumbernauld Sailing Club
    Cumbernauld Sailing Club is the local sailing club for Cumbernauld, Airdrie, Bonnybridge, Falkirk and the surrounding areas. We welcome those completely new to sailing as well as those who have extensive sailing experience! The club can provide training, access to boats and equipment and with appropriate safety cover! The primary activity is DINGHY SAILING. There is also a very enthusiastic WINDSURFING Group. Club members can also CANOE and PADDLEBOARD. We are a friendly, informal and welcoming club that tries to make everyone feel confident and comfortable. Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, UK
    https://cumbernauldsailingclub.com/
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  • Dalgety Bay Sailing Club
    The club offers dinghy & keel boat racing, junior & adult training, a rowing section, and social activities. Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland
    http://www.dalgetybaysc.org/
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  • Dalgety Bay Sailing Club
    Welcome to Dalgety Bay Sailing Club, situated on the north shore of the Firth of Forth. You can't find a better place to enjoy sailing! An active sailing club for dinghies and keelboats, RYA Affiliated Club and Registered Training Centre (RTC) situated on the Forth estuary with panoramic views towards the Forth bridges and Edinburgh. In addition to regular club racing, DBSC hosts several major regattas each year. Dalgety Bay, Fife, Scotland, UK
    https://dbscweb.wordpress.com/
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  • Delting Boating Club
    Formed from humble beginnings in 1921, Delting Boating Club has grown to become one of Shetland's most active, modern, and well-equipped boating facilities. Situated at the head of Busta Voe, in a peaceful and interesting location. Delting Boating Club provides a range of water based activities for all the family throughout the summer months and is an ideal base for your caravan while you explore the North Mainland and Northern Isles of Shetland. Shetland Sailing Centre, which is based at the Delting Boating Club, offers Royal Yachting Association courses leading to awards of the Youth Sailing Scheme levels 1 to 4. Brae, Shetland, Scotland, UK
    https://www.deltingboatingclub.co.uk/
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  • Dunbar Sailing Club
    Friendly Informal Sailing Club. Both locals and visiting yachtsmen alike can be assured of a warm welcome from members of the friendly and informal Sailing Club at Dunbar. We have around 50 members and associates sailing some 23 boats and although there is a lengthy waiting list for moorings, there are opportunities for associate members to crew on some of our members' yachts. The club runs a Wednesday night racing series, tides permitting, and there are also a number of longer races throughout the summer months. Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland, UK
    https://www.dunbarsailingclub.co.uk/
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  • Dundee Sailing Club
    Established in 1979, we sail from Grassy Beach on the Tay at Broughty Ferry, Dundee. We are a family friendly sailing club, making sailing accessible and affordable to the whole community. We are open to new members of all abilities. Members are mainly interested in pleasure sailing and improving their sailing skills but, for those that want to, there are 2 series of racing through the season. Broughty Ferry, Dundee, Scotland, UK
    http://dundeesailingclub.org.uk/
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  • East Lothian Yacht Club
    Formed in 1928, the club offers racing, training and social activities. ELYC has a fleet of dinghies, predominently used for training activities but are available to club members who hold an RYA Level 2 Certificate or higher. The boats are available when there is a club resue boat on duty, thus the boats are mainly used during club racing events. ELYC has a fantastic location for running and hosting racing from club level to National Championships. ELYC has succesfully run regattas for more than 200 boats, one of the few facilities in Scotland to be able to achieve this. North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland, UK
    http://www.elyc.org.uk/
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  • Edinburgh University Sailing Club
    We offer club sailing for all of our club members three times a week. These are aimed at complete beginners on Wednesdays and Sunday mornings, and more experienced sailors on Sunday afternoons. We also have RYA courses which include level 2 (basic skills) for beginners, Seamanship Skills for intermediates (if there is enough interest), RYA first aid course and RYA dinghy instructor. Edinburgh Scotland
    http://sailclub.eusu.ed.ac.uk/
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  • Elie and Earlsferry Sailing Club
    Located on the north coast of the Firth of Forth in Fife, Scotland, Elie and Earlsferry has award winning beaches and excellent facilities for dinghies, yachts, windsurfers and powerboat users. Elie and Earlsferry Sailing Club has a summer programme of sailing and powerboat events and an active social calendar. Visiting yachtsmen, dinghy sailors, helm and crew are most welcome and there is plenty going on ashore for all the family, in and around the village. The club is an RYA Recognised Teaching Centre for powerboat training afloat and shore based specialist courses We are here to help you make the most of your boating whether a novice or experienced crew looking to brush up on your skills. Elie and Earlsferry, Fife, Scotland, UK
    http://content.eesc.org.uk/
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  • Fairlie Yacht Club
    Fairlie Yacht Club offers its members a comprehensive programme of racing, cruising, and social events throughout the year. The Club is a non-profit organisation run by enthusiastic volunteers, which keeps our subscription rates and race fees at a modest level. Whether you are a boat owner or crew member, you can expect a warm welcome to the Club. The club offers racing, passage racing, cruising, a Cadet section, training and social activities. Fairlie, Scotland, UK
    http://www.fairlieyachtclub.org.uk/
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  • Findochty Water Sports Club
    The club is open to all users of the Eastern Moray Harbours of Findochty, Portknockie and Cullen. All classes of water sport are welcome and currently members mainly take part in Sailing and Coastal rowing. Some also take part in Kayaking and Angling. Findochty Water Sports Club, formed in 1983, is based at the pretty, well sheltered harbour of Findochty. The club holds a succession of races and cruises throughout the summer months. The prime motivation being social as well as competitive and nautical. Findochty, Moray, Scotland, UK
    http://www.fwsc.co.uk/
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  • Fisherrow Yacht Club
    Fisherrow Yacht Club is a friendly sailing club situated near Edinburgh at 97 New Street, Musselburgh. It caters for yacht sailors, dinghy sailors, boat owners and non-owners. FYC is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation. It is affiliated to the RYA and is a member of the Forth Yacht Clubs Association. New members are always welcome. Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland, UK
    https://www.fisherrowyachtclub.com/
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  • Forfar Sailing Club
    Forfar Sailing Club is a small family oriented club sailing on Forfar Loch - an inland loch close to the town centre of Forfar in Angus. Whether you are already living in the area, or are moving here, why not come and visit us. Because of the size and nature of Forfar Loch Forfar Sailing Club is a dinghy only club. Forfar Sailing Club runs courses for those wanting to start sailing and join the club's activities and racing programme. The club also offers social activities. Forfar, Angus, Scotland
    http://www.forfarsailingclub.org.uk/
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  • Forth Corinthian Yacht Club
    The Forth Corinthian Yacht Club was founded in 1880 in the Granton Hotel, now known as the Claverhouse TA Centre, in Granton Square. It is a self-help club (we’re a registered Community Amateur Sports Club) and our motto is “affordable sailing for all”. Members are expected to contribute to the functioning of the club by serving on the Council and taking part in work parties: we keep costs down by doing most jobs ourselves. We are an affilliated member of the Royal Yachting Association and the Forth Yacht Clubs Association. Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
    http://www.fcyc.org.uk/
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  • Forth Cruising Club
    Welcome to Forth Cruising Club, a sailing and cruising club based on the Forth estuary, some two miles upstream of the Forth Road and Rail Bridges. The Forth Cruising Club has been in existence for around 100 years, based at its clubhouse at Capernaum Pier, Brucehaven Harbour, Limekilns. We are a small friendly club with around 90 members. In the past we were a keen dinghy racing centre, but our current activity is predominantly cruising. We have around 60 boats, mainly 17 to 35 feet, rogether with a few sailing dinghies. Our club programme includes day and weekend cruises as well as a racing programme including an Annual Regatta. We also hold a number of social events and activities throughout the year. Limekilns, Fife, Scotland, UK
    https://forthcruisingclub.org/
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  • Forth Yacht Clubs Association
    Forth Yacht Clubs Association was formed in 1969 by the clubs in the Forth area to coordinate activities, represent their interests and further the interests of sailing in the Forth area. Member Clubs cover the entire Forth area, their interests vary widely, and it is the aim of the Association to offer as broad a support framework as possible. The association represents the member clubs in matters relating to the sport of sailing by liaising with other bodies in matters concerning the organisation of the sport, the environment, shipping, coastal protection and safety.
    http://www.fyca.org.uk/
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  • Gairloch Boat Club
    If you are an experienced sailor - or a relative beginner - get in touch - you will be made welcome. Facilities include the clubhouse, which has a clubroom, small kitchen area, storage area for equipment, changing areas with toilets and showers. Gairloch, Ross-shire​, Scotland, UK
    http://www.spanglefish.com/gairlochboatclub/
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  • Glasgow University Sailing Club
    GUSC is the sailing club for Glasgow University and this is where you can get all the information you need! From socials to trials, to starting sailing and meeting the committee, to yachting and the THE GLASGOW GROUSE: its all here! Bardowie, Scotland
    http://gusailing.wixsite.com/glasgowsailing
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  • Helensburgh Sailing Club
    Founded in 1951, the club offers dinghy and keelboat racing, RYA Training for children & adults, cruising musters, and social activities. Helensburgh Sailing Club is situated 25 miles northwest of Glasgow and offers sailors the opportunity to sail in a beautiful part of Scotland in the safe, yet exciting inshore waters of the upper Firth of Clyde. We offer dinghy and keelboat racing and cruising and are an RYA accredited training centre. Helensburgh, Upper Firth of Clyde, Scotland
    http://www.helensburghsailingclub.co.uk/
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  • Holy Loch Sailing Club
    The club is situated in the village of Sandbank on the South West side of the Holy Loch adjacent to Holy Loch Marina a couple of miles from Dunoon on the A885. The Holy Loch scenery is simply stunning and courses are set to accommodate a variety of conditions. The sheltered moorings and slip allow racing in everything from the very calm to the thoroughly brisk. New members are very welcome. HLSC runs RYA recognised training for juniors. New for 2016 the club invites adults to come and have a go at sailing. Sandbank, Dunoon, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, UK
    http://www.hlsc.co.uk/
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  • Invergordon Boating Club
    We are a small watersports club based on the Cromarty Firth at Rosskeen Slipway, between Alness and Invergordon. The club was established in 1901 and has provided a vibrant focus for local sailors of all ages. From April to October there is a full programme of racing and instruction. Club members have access to a small clubhouse and boat compound for storing their boat. Invergordon, Ross and Cromarty, Highland, Scotland, UK
    http://www.invergordonboatingclub.org.uk/
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  • Isle of Bute Sailing Club
    A small but vibrant sailing club located on the beautiful Isle of Bute, in the Firth of Clyde. Our sailing area is one of the most spectacular in the world. Our facilities consist of a dinghy park, a boat house with club room, storage for spars, changing and toilet facilities, Upstairs is a kitchen and function room with a balcony offering a stunning view across Rothesay Bay. We have two rescue boats. Car parking is available in our own car park. Whether you are a newcomer to water sports or a seasoned-veteran, our club house is perfectly situated in a lovely bay, offering safe sailing for beginners, whilst the more experienced, intrepid amongst you can go further afield to the many lovely locations the west coast of Scotland has to offer. Rothesay, Isle of Bute, Scotland
    http://www.isle-of-bute-sailing-club.com/
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  • Kinghorn Sailing Club
    Kinghorn Sailing Club is located in a beautiful bay on the North side of the Firth of Forth with a splendid outlook over the water to Edinburgh. It is a friendly club which, although primarily a dinghy sailing club, seeks to encourage water-borne activities in general amongst its members. Dinghy racing, cruising and training are the main activities and an active social calendar is maintained. Kinghorn, Fife, Scotland, UK
    http://www.kinghornsailingclub.org.uk/
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  • Kyles of Bute Sailing Club
    The Kyles of Bute Sailing Club has been the home of sailing in Tighnabruaich since 1953. The club formalised Kyles racing that has gone on since the early 1900s. Based in the Firth of Clyde we can boast an excellent club racing schedule open to all. The club offers opportunities to cruise in company and if you don't want to go too far, we have Toppers and a Laser for learners (young and old) and in conjunction with the Tighnabruaich Sailing School we have a Juniors training program open to students in the area. We are a friendly club, run by the members, open to all - so why not join us. Tighnabruaich, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, UK
    https://www.kobsc.org.uk/
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  • Largo Bay Sailing Club
    Offers dinghy & handicap racing, and social activities. We are a dinghy racing club on the south coast of Fife, less than an hour from Edinburgh and Perth. The bay is sheltered, little affected by the tides and is reckoned to be one of the best sailing areas in Scotland. We have handicap racing on Sundays from March to October with an additional race on Wednesday evenings from May to the beginning of September. New members are always welcome and we run an Open Day and training weekends throughout the year to allow people to experience all the benefits that our sport has to offer and allowing them a structured pathway into the activity. Lower Largo, Fife, Scotland, UK
    http://www.largobaysc.org.uk/
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  • Largs Sailing Club
    Offers racing and social activities. Largs Sailing Club is located in Largs Yacht Haven, just to the south of the town of Largs. Our modern clubhouse has fantastic views over the Largs Channel. The Club organises a range of activities for all ages and abilities, from the teaching of beginners by the LSTA to hosting large national and world championship events. We also run regular racing for dinghies and keelboats, and have an active cruising section that organises cruises in company around the Clyde and the west of Scotland, and holds regular talks and skills workshops. Largs, Scotland
    http://www.largssc.co.uk/
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  • Lerwick Boating Club
    We also organise junior, race and adult sail training, dinghy races, Shetland model races, yacht races and yoal rowing sessions as well as sailing and rowing regattas. In addition we have regular club based events throughout the year. We are always looking to welcome new members to the club, and hope this site gives you some idea of both the water-based activities and social events that are based at the club. Lerwick, Shetland Isles, Scotland
    http://www.lerwickboatingclub.co.uk/
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  • Leven Cruising Club
    Leven Cruising Club was established in 1828, since then our members have expressed and enjoyed their right to navigate the waters of the River Leven and explore Loch Lomond. Leven Cruising Club is as much a social club as a 'Cruising Club' the club regularly holds events on and off the Loch for it's members and members guests. If you are interested in our club you can find out more on the various pages. Loch Lomond, Scotland, UK
    http://levencruisingclub.co.uk/
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  • Loch Ard Sailing Club
    Offers dinghy & handicap racing, a Cadet section and social events. Loch Ard Sailing Club is in central Scotland, located eight kilometres to the West of Aberfoyle and nestling in the heart of the beautiful Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. The loch is fresh water and is the source of the River Forth. Loch Ard Sailing Club is a dinghy sailing club affiliated to the RYA. The club organises a number of social events during the year. These include a friends and family day, barbecues, formal and informal dinners. The club particularly welcomes children and non-sailing partners of sailors. Aberfoyle, Perthshire, Scotland, UK
    http://www.lochardsc.org.uk/
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