Category Archives: Rowing

Midsummer Day Picnic Row

Selkie rowed to Eilean Duin, at the northwest of the entrance to Puilladobhran, for a long awaited picnic. The tide was fair, and very little wind, and although the sun could have shone for longer it was a great outing. … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the AGM

Four of us attended the meeting in Callander, not the best thing for the legs after our energetic day on the water. Full minutes will appear in due course on the SCRA website, so this is just a brief report … Continue reading

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Issues for the 2013 AGM at Callander on 26 October

SCRA are just about to announce the details of the 2013 AGM, which will take place in Callander on 26 October at 1700 just after the Loch Vennacher sprint races finish. This should be an extremely important meeting, as decisions … Continue reading

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Measurement Rules

The SCRA Measurement Rules Sub-committee recently reported and comments are being sought on the main website here http://scottishcoastalrowing.org/2013/09/04/measurement-rules-update/#comments You’ll see that at the AGM a number of questions will be put to the membership based on the report, with new rules … Continue reading

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More about the Skiffieworlds

Further to Nick’s post earlier the few among us who have not been constantly out on the Sound practising racing starts and turns will have noticed that the heats and lanes were selected by secret ballot at Portsoy last weekend. … Continue reading

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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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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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Maiden Voyage

A successful launch and maiden voyage this afternoon

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