RFYC Member James Jordan is reluctantly selling his Invicta 26, "Gannet," prior to moving away from Edinburgh.
Published 10:47 on 14 Jun 2021
The RFYC Summer Sprints event took place on Saturday 12th June, 2021 with bright sunshine and very breezy F6 wind conditions making for a spirited afternoon.
Published 17:55 on 13 Jun 2021
RFYC Member Richard Leask has decided to sell his GRP Dragon "Red Kestra GBR 489."
Published 17:29 on 13 Jun 2021
The second Cruise in Company of the 2021 sailing season takes place on a gloriously sunny Sunday in early June.
Published 17:14 on 13 Jun 2021
There has been a change to the SIs for the Inchkeith Trophy on Saturday 5th June to alter the course as we do not yet have an "R" mark. You can download the update here . The change is also posted on the notice board at the club and the Race Officer will hold a briefing at 9am before the race.
Published 19:05 on 1 Jun 2021
On May 14th, Cathy Ogden and Charles Morton attended a special event at the Royal Yacht Britannia to see the unveiling of the former royal Dragon, Bluebottle K192 built in 1948, after major restoration and refit by David Heritage Racing Yachts . The accompanying photographs reveal the exceptionally high standard of the restoration. Bluebottle is the very first entry to this year's British Dragon Association (BDA)
Published 00:00 on 27 May 2021
The 2021 racing season got underway on Saturday with the opening regatta. The weather was good to us this year as crews were met with sunshine, a few clouds and a light breeze, which led to a gentle easing back into racing mode! A relatively small turnout this time round, but we had a great mix of different boats across three classes. Three races were held in Wardie Bay, round our new race marks, much
Published 10:02 on 24 May 2021
On Tuesday this week, the Cadets got their on the water season underway. We have 23 very enthusiastic cadets enrolled in cadet training this season. Every Tuesday evening, Cadets enjoy either on the shore training to learn theory/knots/boat techniques or they go out sailing (tide permitting). The cadets are supported by parent helpers and our lead instructor, Fiona Drennan. The Cadets sail in a range of club boats that include Toppers, RS Feva, Laser 2000s
Published 08:04 on 7 May 2021
The Royal Forth sailing season launch event "Rusty Sailors" starts this Thursday at 7.30pm! Please join us online (on Zoom) for an interactive look at the season ahead, the key changes from previous years,and a refresher on how to be a Race Officer and how you can volunteer to help support the event or get out crewing. We hope club members will be able to join us. An email will be sent out during the
Published 22:00 on 27 Apr 2021
Yesterday marked the official start to the season with lift in. A large number of boats were lifted in, aided by boat owners and fellow club members. The weather was kind and the day passed without a hitch. A huge amount of credit and thanks goes to the harbour team for a superbly run exercise on the day, not to mention the significant amount of pre-work servicing and laying moorings, planning the event and making
Published 21:51 on 27 Apr 2021
Check out our new 'for sale' page here: https://www.royalforth.org/page/boats-for-sale.
Published 18:03 on 23 Mar 2021
A huge amount of work has been undertaken by the harbour team of volunteers to get preparations underway for the upcoming lift in on Monday 26th April. A massive thanks goes to them. As you may or not be aware, all our RFYC moorings are fully serviced each year, providing you with the comfort that they are fit for purpose for your boat ahead of the season. This involves checking each mooring and replacing
Published 11:12 on 18 Mar 2021