Bringing in the New Year


Happy New Year everyone.

Please skiffies, let us know how you have brought in the New Year. (e mail convenor@scottishcoastalrowing.org).  The St Ayles prototype Chris O’Kanaird is in Argyll.  Babs and Alan from St Ayles RC, Anstruther, are bringing the new year on Easdale, and are visiting the skiff builders on the Isle of Seil.  If weather permits they hope to take some of the Seil skiffies out for a trial, and the builders are looking Chris over to figure out the best way for finishing kabes, seats, footrests etc.  Full story here  http://www.seilskiff.org.uk/chris-is-visiting-us/

Ardersier, still building a boat, went for a fundraising dook.

Ardersier, still building a boat, went for a fundraising dook.

North Berwick went rowing in their surviving boat.

North Berwick went rowing in their surviving boat.

 

Troon went rowing in a Windy Troon Harbour

Troon went rowing in a Windy Troon Harbour followed by Rum and Shortbread

 

Maidens Rowing Club welcomed neighbours Troon down for Rowing and Food on 28th December

Carrick Coastal Rowing Club welcomed neighbours Troon down to Maidens Harbour on 28th December

 

Queensferry took "ferry maid" round to watch 1100 people take to the water in the town's Loony Dook

Queensferry took “ferry maid” round to watch 1100 people take to the water in the town’s Loony Dook

 

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