Monthly Archives: May 2013

Delivery trip through Cuan

A delivery crew took Selkie through Cuan Sound to Ellenabeich this afternoon  for tomorrow’s regatta. There was an invigorating light chop crossing from Cuan across to Easdale Sound, which the boat (and crew) handled beautifully.    

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The Selkie Logo has arrived just in time

Courtesy of our design team consisting of Neve, Paul and Adam. What do people think?

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Rules – What are they for? What is their status?

I’m sure that most of us just want to go rowing, but there are some sad people who think about dry and dusty things like the rules. Later this year when we go to the Skiffieworlds there will probably be … Continue reading

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We’re rowing!

 Selkie has her name on now   And knows where she’s from.   Our formidable ladies team out last week. 

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Notice of Race for the Regatta

Isle of Seil Skiff Regatta 2013  Notice of Race  Venue The Isle of Seil is about ten miles South of Oban and linked to the mainland by the Bridge over the Atlantic. The Regatta will be centred on Ellenabeich (Easdale) … Continue reading

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First early morning outing

An 0630 start for the workers! Launching a doddle with copious stobs. Must remember the bacon butties next time.

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Maiden Voyage

A successful launch and maiden voyage this afternoon

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Launching on Sunday 19 May at 2.00pm

Well, there we are, we got there, just about a year after the first meeting. Not just a boat made, friendships too.

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Skiff Weekend 1st – 2nd June

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Nearly there!

The skiff was turned again on Sunday – the rubbing strip and bungs having been added during the week by the busy fairies. Blocks for the oars were screwed on, and holes for the pins were drilled through the gunwhales. … Continue reading

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