• 23 Sep 2011 2:35 PM | Thomson (Administrator)

    Photos have been uploaded.  They were taken by Derek Braid.

  • 16 Sep 2011 11:21 AM | Thomson (Administrator)

    2 sets of photos of the Cadet Regatta have been uploaded.

  • 24 Aug 2011 10:30 PM | Willis (Administrator)
    The cadet Regatta will run on the weekend of 10/11 September, and as always will be a fun event! The racing is short and sharp, giving everyone a chance to win, with lots of prizes available.

    You can sail your own boat or borrow a club boat. The club are trying to borrow some extra boats for the weekend, but still it is likely that demand will outstretch resources!

    More information click here.

    To enter click here.

  • 23 Aug 2011 5:34 PM | Thomson (Administrator)


    Click here to view the details of an exclusive offer for ELYC members

  • 23 Aug 2011 10:40 AM | Macintyre (Administrator)

    The yacht regatta will take place on Saturday 3 September and Sunday 4 September.

    There will be 3 races on Saturday and the Sunday racing will be to Elie and back which will double up as the Elie & Earlsferry Passage Race. All 5 races to count for regatta.

    Registration & briefing at 10.00 on Saturday 3 Sept, Sunday racing to start at 10.30.

  • 21 Aug 2011 4:31 PM | Thomson (Administrator)

    ELYC quiz night is back by popular demand on 17th September 2011 in the club.
    Questions to suit all abilities so bring the family.
    Book your teams in now.
    Maximum of 5 people per team.adults £2,kids are free.
    To book your team please email;
    The bar opens at 7pm and the quiz will start at 7.45pm.
    Prizes to be won!

  • 18 Aug 2011 8:11 PM | Thomson (Administrator)

    May I invite you and the members of East Lothian Yacht Club to join us at Port Edgar for our Annual Yacht Regatta on the 17th/18th September. We have tried to cater for all sailors from the racing craft sailing  Olympic style course to the White Sail Class sailing "Round the Island" races. In the evening we have a "Jam session" (all budding musicians welcome) and a nautical quiz with prizes. Please find as attachments the NOR and poster giving details of the event

    We look forward to welcoming you to Port Edgar Yacht Club. Incidentally Edinburgh Leisure, one of the sponsors, have offered free berthing for the regatta.

    Geoff Bowerman
    PEYC Regatta coordinator



  • 16 Aug 2011 4:07 PM | Thomson (Administrator)


    An article about the Traditional Boat Muster is now online here.    Photos are also uploaded.

  • 07 Aug 2011 11:34 PM | Willis (Administrator)
    Some pictures are now up here from the Topper Nationals. We hope all the competitors, their families andeveryone else involved enjoyed the week at North Berwick.

    More pictures will be posted as they become available.
  • 07 Aug 2011 6:47 PM | Willis (Administrator)

    The Fifth Traditional Boat Muster takes place on 13 August 2011, and

    all club members are invited to sniff out a suitable boat and take part

    in what is a laid back day of friendship and appreciation for

    traditional craft.  “Traditional” is very loosely defined and all

    comers are welcome, but generally the boats that take part have one or

    more of the following features:  1) A gaff or yard  2) made of wood 

    3)  brown sails  4) skipper with a beard .  In the past the event has

    been enjoyed by crews in Drascombes, Shrimpers, Westerlies and

    character boats,  as well as the wooden and the old in the ELYC Fleet.

     The rough programme is as follows, with matters over which traditional

    boat sailors have no control shown in square brackets:


      1100 Rowing race in the fairway


     1215 Sailing Boats Start to Muster off Platcock


     1245 Parade of Sail


     1300 Sternchase


     1500 Cruise in Company


     [raft race in the bay 1530]


     [High Tide 1535]


     1800 Prize giving, Food (TBC), and Scuttlebutt in the ELYC Bar


    Please register your interest and send a brief description of your

    boat to Robbie Wightman by e mail:      Sailing

    directions will be circulated to those taking part nearer the time. The

    rowing race is for any rowing boat or sailing boat that can be rowed by

    up to two oarsmen (ie, not intended to be for four man skiffs). 

    Members who are not taking part may still want to put the date in their

    diaries to come down and watch a different type of event going on.

     Traditional Boat Muster Sailing Direction 2011 version1.0.doc


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