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Home: Categories: Organizations: Yacht, Sailing & Boating Clubs: United Kingdom: Scotland
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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 menís and womenís 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Chanonry Sailing Club
    The club offers dinghy & cruiser racing, cruising activities, RYA Training for juniors & adults, and social events. Fortrose, Scotland
    http://www.chanonry.org.uk/
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  • Cove Sailing Club
    The club offers Loch Long class & handicap racing, a thriving cadet membership, and social activities. Loch Long, Argyll, Scotland
    http://www.covesc.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
    The club aims to provide a means of affordable and social boating. Offers racing, cruising, and social activities. Black Isle Peninsula, Cromarty, Scotland
    http://www.cromartyboatclub.org/
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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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, Scotland.
    http://www.kinghornsailingclub.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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  • Loch Lomond Sailing Club
    Formed in 1873, the club offers racing for dinghies & cruisers, cruises, and social activities. Welcome to Loch Lomond Sailing Club, one of Scotland's foremost inland sailing clubs, with an extensive racing and training programme using both the open waters of the east side of the loch near Milarrochy Bay and, for longer races, all the wider loch with its stunning scenery. We are a club with a friendly, family atmosphere and a do-it-ourselves approach to repairs and maintenance, and training is available in safety boat handling skills. We have club social events at various times of the year, plus the informal social life around the fireside on Saturday evenings! Loch Lomond, Scotland
    http://www.lochlomondsc.org/
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  • Loch Tummel Sailing Club
    Loch Tummel Sailing club (LTSC) is friendly, family oriented sailing club offering dinghy and small keelboat sailing in beautiful surroundings from early April to late September. A full program of activities is organised including Sunday racing, family sailing days, training, coaching and open events Perthshire, Scotland
    http://www.lochtummelsc.org/
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  • Loch Venachar Sailing Club
    The club offers dinghy racing, RYA Training for youth & adults, sailing opportunities for disabled people, and social activities. Trossachs, Callander, Scotland
    http://www.loch-venachar-sc.org.uk/
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  • Lochaber Yacht Club
    Established in 1954, LYC is a very active sailing club offering dinghy & keelboat racing, a youth training programme, and social activities. We are a friendly club and welcome new members at any time of year. Fort William, West Highlands, Scotland
    http://www.lochaber-yacht-club.co.uk/
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  • Monklands Sailing Club
    The club offers racing, RYA Training and social activities. Hillend Loch, Caldercruix, North Lanarkshire, Scotland
    http://www.monklandssailingclub.org.uk/
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  • Montrose Sailing Club
    Are you interested in learning to sail, returning to sailing, or canoeing and windsurfing , whether its dinghy racing, or just gentle pottering on the water,in a beautiful environment? If so, then why not come along and see what Montrose Sailing Club can offer you? We are a small, family orientated dinghy sailing club with exclusive rights to sail on the beautiful Montrose Basin Nature Reserve. Montrose, Angus, Scotland
    http://montrosesailingclub.co.uk/
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  • Newburgh Sailing Club
    The club offers dinghy racing, organised cruises, Introduction to Sailing courses, and social activities. Newburgh Sailing Club is situated in northern Fife on the south shores of the river Tay, along the A913 between Perth to the West and Newport-on-Tay to the east. Tay, Perth, Scotland
    http://www.newburghsailingclub.org/
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  • Oban Sailing Club
    Welcome to the Oban Sailing Club website. Founded in 1935, we are a small friendly club always keen to welcome new members. Club activities are orientated towards racing, however many members spend the season cruising the fabulous waters of the West Coast. Oban, Argyll, Scotland, UK
    http://www.obansailingclub.org/
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  • Pentland Firth Yacht Club
    Founded in 1953, the club offers an active racing program, a well attended sail training program, and excellent socials. Scrabster, Caithness & Sutherland, Scotland
    http://www.pfyc.org.uk/
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  • Perth Sailing Club
    The Perth Sailing Club was formed in 1949 to encourage participation in the sport of dinghy sailing and to facilitate competitive sailing on the River Tay near Perth. Offers dinghy racing on the river Tay and social activities. Lairwell By Perth, Scotland
    http://www.perthsailingclub.org.uk/
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  • Peterhead Sailing Club
    Offers dinghy, handicap & catamaran racing and training sessions. Peterhead Sailing Club is able to offer a complete range of sailing experience from beginners learning within the shelter of the marina, to regular sailing of dinghies, catamarans and yachts within the smooth waters of the harbour of refuge and venturing into the North Sea round the Skerrie rocks and beyond. The Club's dinghy sailing activities concentrates strongly on our Sunday racing series and our Friday Novice racing, as well as a variety of other events, as a way to get people on the water with good safety cover. Peterhead, Scotland
    http://www.peterheadsailingclub.org/
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  • Port Edgar Yacht Club
    The yacht club's activities include dinghy racing, keel boat racing, cruising and cadet training. A varied social calendar is also offered. Port Edgar, Scotland
    http://www.peyc.org.uk/
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  • Prestwick Sailing Club
    The club offers dinghy racing, training for cadets & beginners, and social activities. Prestwick Bay, Prestwick, Scotland
    http://www.prestwicksailingclub.co.uk/
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  • Royal Findhorn Yacht Club
    Royal Findhorn Yacht Club (RFYC) is located in Findhorn, on the coast of the Moray Firth in Scotland, on a site overlooking the sheltered inshore waters of Findhorn Bay. RFYC is privileged to have a superb 250-year old building, with a fantastic view over Findhorn Bay and the Moray Firth, an outstanding sailing area and an enviable heritage. With organised and supervised racing for dinghies and occasional cruiser activities the Club offers sailing and racing every weekend from April though to October. Cafe facilities are available during the day and bar facilities are available in the evenings at weekends. Games and activity areas for children are available at all times and there is a comprehensive social programme of both formal and informal events throughout the year. Moray Firth, Findhorn, Scotland
    http://www.rfyc.co.uk/
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  • Royal Gourock Yacht Club
    Founded in 1894, the club offers racing, social sailing, a Cadet section, cruising musters, bar and full dining facilities and social events. Royal Gourock Yacht Club was originally known as Gourock Sailing Club when it was founded in 1894. It had its name changed to the Gourock Yacht Club six years later, and in 1908 King Edward VII was pleased to signify his pleasure that the club be known as Royal Gourock Yacht Club. The club has enjoyed its present location and clubhouse since 1902. Ashton, Gourock, Scotland
    http://rgyc.org.uk/
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  • Royal Highland Yacht Club
    Founded in 1881, the club promotes an interest in sailing, organises musters & cruises, and offers social activities. Oban, Strathclyde, Scotland
    http://www.rhyc.org.uk/
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  • Royal Northern & Clyde Yacht Club
    Welcome to the Royal Northern and Clyde Yacht Club, a club with a fantastic heritage but with a modern outlook. The Club can trace its origins back to 1824 and has been the home of successful yacht racing since then right up to the present day. The mainstay of the Club is a very active keelboat racing and development programme. Team and match racing are also key activities and we have a very successful sailing school. The Club operates a ground-breaking co-ownership programme which makes a fleet of nine Sonars available for events, teaching and individual members' use. A strong cruising presence is also maintained with regular musters. The Club boasts a magnificent Clubhouse in Rhu and its own mooring field. The Clubhouse is open most days with bar and dining facilities available. There is an extensive social programme, mainly in the winter, and a variety of rooms are available for private functions. Rhu, By Helensburgh, Scotland
    http://www.rncyc.com/
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  • Royal West of Scotland Amateur Boat Club
    Royal West of Scotland Amateur Boat Club - Formed in 1866, the club provides training and coaching to members of all ages, plays host to many prestigious regattas, offers dinghy racing, canoeing & rowing, and has social activities. Esplanade, Greenock, Sc
    http://www.rwsabc.co.uk/
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  • RYA Scotland
    Scottish Sailing organisation which has over 120 affiliated sailing clubs in Scotland. Organises racing, race management, instructor conferences, and sail training. The Royal Yachting Association Scotland (RYA Scotland) has two distinct roles. Firstly we are a membership organisation charged with looking after the interests of individuals, clubs, training centres and affiliates of the RYA in Scotland. Secondly we are the recognised governing body for sailing in all itís forms in Scotland.
    http://www.ryascotland.org.uk/
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