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  • 06 Jul 2017 9:52 PM | Willis (Administrator)

    Burntisland Regatta on Sunday the 9th July. Further information here:

    Notice To Race

    BSC Regatta 2017 Sailing Instructions.docx

  • 24 Jun 2017 11:40 AM | Thomson

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  • 24 Jun 2017 11:36 AM | Thomson

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  • 12 Jun 2017 5:45 PM | Thomson

    Entries for the 2017 Scottish Club Trophy are now open! Please pass this message on to anyone interested at your club or otherwise. Please also see the attached poster for your notice board.

    Information and entry can be found here:

    The Scottish Club Trophy is being held at Clyde Cruising Club’s Dinghy Section at Bardowie loch on the 19th of August. Entries are limited to 80 boats.  Entries will close on the 7th of August or sooner when the 80 boat capacity is reached.  Early booking is advised. 

    If you have any queries please do not hesitate to get in touch.

  • 12 Jun 2017 5:28 PM | Braid (Administrator)
  • 05 Jun 2017 4:04 PM | Thomson

    As summer comes in I’ve been asked by our Committee to let you know that your members are warmly invited to call in at Blackness. We are always pleased to see visitors and you will find a ready welcome. Our comfortable clubhouse has the usual facilities, including a well stocked bar. It offers panoramic views of the upper Forth. Blackness Castle is a few minutes’ walk away. During the sailing season the clubhouse is usually open but it’s a good idea to call the Commodore or Harbour Master in advance, particularly if you are coming from some distance away or where a number of boats are sailing together. 

    Boats can lie alongside the pier for 2.5 – 3 hrs either side of high water, depending on the state of the tide. In settled weather yachts can berth at the pier over more than one tide. At HWS there is approximately 3 metres of water at the pier, less at other times. There are usually club members around to take lines and give a hand with tying up but again it’s a good idea to get in touch with the Harbour Master before arrival. There is a slipway for landing from tenders for those who prefer to moor in the bay. Blackness Bay dries out so is suitable only for bilge keelers and yachts with lifting keels.

    The Committee is keen to encourage visitors to make Blackness one of their destinations and we look forward to seeing some of you over the summer.


    The Current Committee

    Commodore                Jack Mackay                 07817221370                           

    Vice-Commodore       Jim Halliday                07516825779                            

    Harvour Master          Pete Matthew    


    Treasurer                     Nicky Strachan            07979963048                                        

    Secretary                     Gordon Yates               0792588073                                                 


    Jim Halliday, Vice-Commodore, BBC     


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