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2 weeks agoIt's that time of year again when we take part in the worlds largest sailing race Barts Bash www.bartsbash.com/ The racing takes place at venues all over the world on the same weekend and results are calculated based on boat classifications and wind conditions. This year we sailed in Gott Bay.#sailonbart #bartsbash ...
4 months agoTiree Maritime Trust look forward to being able to offer opportunities for sailing and rowing this season once covid regulations allow.Activities will take place on Loch Bhassapol from later this month.Existing members are encouraged to renew Tiree Maritime Trust membership and can use PayPal to make payments. Membership renewal invitations will be emailed out shortly.This years membership price is £40 for the year with a suggested voluntary extra £20 for those that can afford to contribute a bit more.For families the trust offers a special rate where for the price of 2 adults the whole family can take part. Membership helps us to cover essential running costs and overheads.Membership to the Maritime Trust can give members access to sailing dinghies and Gille-Brìghde, the rowing skiff as well as safety equipment required for activities and covers costs of insurance.New members and beginners are encouraged to contact for more info on how to become a member.Membership also supports efforts to encourage the preservation of the traditional boats of Tiree.Tiree Maritime Trust are pleased to have received funding from Live Argyll to help with ongoing maintenance of the lug sail boats this year. If anybody is interested in learning about and helping with this work we would like to invite you to contact us by email at .Also… if you use Amazon you can support Tiree Maritime Trust every time you shop by adding us as your chosen charity. Visit smile.amazon.co.uk and search for Tiree Maritime Trust to get started. Thanks! ...
Category Archives: Regatta
The day of the 2019 Tiree Regatta dawned overcast with light winds, however this didn’t deter a group of sailors determined to pit their skills against each other and the elements. In the Dinghy race Tim and Ann Esson in … Continue reading
Tiree Annual Regatta Saturday 4th August 2018 Gott Bay (In front of the Lodge Hotel) Everyone Welcome Starts 1pm Dinghy Race Open Sailing Race Lug Boat Race All sailing boats must pre-register: contact Sandy 220829, Jo 220570 or Shore … Continue reading
As a mark of respect following the tragic death of 8 year old Kayla MacDonald Tiree Maritime Trust have cancelled the Tiree Annual Regatta that was scheduled for Saturday 29th of July. Our thoughts are very much with all the … Continue reading
The new venue at Gott Bay proved to be very popular with everyone who attended. The shore events were well attended, with SUP races, Kayak races, a sandcastle and sand art competition as well as throwing the fisherman’s welly which … Continue reading
For once the weather gods appear to be smiling on us and the Regatta is ON! From 1pm Gott Bay (in front of the Lodge Hotel) The first dinghy race is 1pm (skippers meeting 12:30) The dipping lug race 3pm … Continue reading
Tiree Annual Regatta Saturday 30th July 2016 Gott Bay (In front of the Lodge Hotel) Everyone Welcome Starts 1pm Dinghy Race (1pm) Lug Boat Race (3pm) Shore Events Including Welly Throwing Sand Castle Competition Kayak Race SUP Race Come along … Continue reading
Sat 21st – Sun 22nd May – Sail Training Weekend Loch Bassapol (See separate advert) Friday 27th May – Open Afternoon at the Noust Tea and Cakes 3:00pm – 5:00pm The Noust June – Sailing Club Sessions Every Friday 5:00pm … Continue reading
The forecast for tomorrow (Saturday) looks like strong southerly winds and rain. With regret we’ve concluded that it wouldn’t be safe to take traditional dipping lug boats out in such conditions. We know that a lot of folks were looking … Continue reading