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    Members are the heart and soul of RFYC

    Members are the heart and soul of the Royal Forth Yacht Club and we could not operate, nor have so much fun without you. A HUGE thanks to everyone that has mucked in over the course of 2022, and if you are keen to get more involved in Club activities, then the AGM is a great place to start. We look forward to seeing you there, this Sunday 27th November at 1.00pm.

    Published 13:35 on 24 Nov 2022

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    RFYC Annual Report 2022 for AGM, 27.11.2022

    We are delighted to share the Royal Forth Annual Report looking back on 2022. It is a lively summary of the business and the events of 2022. Please do have a good read of the Flag Officers and Office Bearers highlights. We thank you for all your participation this year, which is reflected so proudly and so colourfully in this Annual Report. As you can very well see, the Royal Forth Yacht Club is, and

    Published 12:48 on 24 Nov 2022

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    Racing goes into hibernation for another year

    Just a little nod and a wink to say THANK YOU to all our amazing volunteers, headed up by Brian Robertson and former Commodore, Cathy Ogden, who have brought all the race marks in for another winter. A little strength and stamina are required from our members and by return it shows the strength of your kindness and dedication, and why we appreciate you so much. It was a beautiful day to be

    Published 13:17 on 23 Nov 2022

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    Ladies Match Racing World Championships, 10-13th Nov 2022, Auckland, New Zealand

    Image: Rebecca 'Boo' Coles, Anna Carpenter, Emily Robertson, Alison Morish and Sarah Parker Ladies Match Racing World Championships 10-13th Nov 2022, Auckland, New Zealand Report by Stewart Robertson on Team 5x5 (Team 5x5 have received support from RFYC and individuals of the club) TEAM 5X5 Helm Ali Morish (from St Mary's Loch/Royal Northern) Main

    Published 16:33 on 22 Nov 2022

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    Prizegiving & Fireworks 2022!

    Thank you to all who came and made Prizegiving 2022 such a fun and successful night. Thank you to Cathy Ogden who did a sterling job standing in for the Vice Commodore, Sarah Robertson, who was away supporting her daughter in the Women's World Match Racing Event in New Zealand! Cathy has come to know our fantastic array of silverware very well over the years and led the proceedings, awarding the racing trophies to

    Published 14:30 on 15 Nov 2022

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    We have Lift-Out!!

    Lift out was a roaring success with everyone pulling together beautifully. The biggest thanks go to Yard team, Piotr and Brian for organising this feat of a day. You are incredible and everyone sends their heartfelt appreciation for making this happen for another year. Thank you to ALL members who mucked in and also to the House team, especially Will for feeding everyone all day. THANK YOU - teamwork is

    Published 09:33 on 13 Oct 2022

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    Lift-Out Day, POSTPONED to Tuesday 11th October

    Following careful scrutiny of Monday's windy weather forecast, the decision has been made to postpone Lift-Out this year to TUESDAY 11TH OCTOBER. See updated notes linked below. Please note that all other arrangements remain the same and members involved with Lift-Out are expected to attend at the RFYC Yard at 08:30 hrs. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. Regards The Management

    Published 10:47 on 7 Oct 2022

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    Lift-Out Day, Monday 10th October

    The auspicious day is this coming Monday, weather permitting, marking the end of season for most of you. It has been a busy time for our hardy yard team! 24 of you have booked your slot for use of the Contract Crane. Thank you to everyone for your cooperation in making arrangements for the Winter period. If there are still stragglers, please contact the office at your soonest opportunity to let us know

    Published 16:26 on 5 Oct 2022

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    Scottish Iron Age logboat 'Dobhran' crosses the Forth, Sun 2 October

    Granton's very own hand-carved 9-meter-long Scottish Iron Age logboat 'Dobhran' successfully crossed the Firth of Forth, from Granton Harbour to Blackness Bay, Kinghorn, on Sunday 2 October, under Force 4, 13-19 mph wind. The team comprised of members of the School of Ancient Crafts, Granton:Hub and the Forth Canoe Club. Tools onboard were a set of oars, elbow grease and a bucket. The original project had to extended by a few years, first

    Published 13:24 on 4 Oct 2022

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    RESULTS: Queen Elizabeth Regatta (One Design), 17th Sept

    Out of respect for our late Queen, a difficult decision was made to modify the RFYC's annual One Design Regatta for 707s, Dragons, H-Boats and Squibs to four races on Saturday 17th September (rather than the usual two days) and informally rename it the 'Queen Elizabeth Regatta'. This event incorporates the Scottish Dragon Championship, the Scottish and Northern Squib Championships and the H-Boat Nationals. This change resulted in a small number of cancellations, however

    Published 16:18 on 23 Sep 2022

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