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    Anstruther Muster

    The Anstruther Muster was started in 1997,and has become part of a major festival based around the harbour with music, street theatre, craft and food stalls, storytelling and of course a yacht muster which can reach 100 boats including a classic boat rally.  Its on 30th August - 1st September this year and PEYC boats will be sailing down there to enjoy it. The Harbour Festival website is here   https://www.anstrutherharbourfestival.org/

    Published 8:45am on 16 Jul 2024

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    Cruise in company to Limekilns Sunday 23 June

     Warm fair winds, sunshine and a favourable tide: who would have thought this was sailing? Well, it was! For once everything came together and we had a memorable afternoon. Four cruisers, Fingal, Melita, Second Chance and Wild Horse set out on this epic 3nm journey to Limekilns. They were joined by three 707s and we all tied up in the picturesque harbour. Second Chance decided it was such a lovely day it was better

    Published 9:00am on 25 Jun 2024

  • Some sessions on Eurobo come with added extras

    Eurobo is a 34ft Ronautica used for mentored sessions in cruising and racing.  Sometimes these sessions can get a bit special.  Video courtesy of Verena Adeo

    Published 6:11pm on 1 Jun 2024

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    Cruise to Blackness

        The cruise to Blackness Bay on May 19th  was blessed with fair weather.  Nine yachts participated and anchored safely in Blackness Bay.  The clubs RIB became a water taxi for 28 crew who went  ashore to enjoy Blackness Boat Club's hospitality and have a look around.  Participating yachts were: Fingal, Hardslog, Wishful Thinking, Castiel, Maisy, Roca II and Northern Lights. The next club cruise is scheduled for

    Published 7:25am on 20 May 2024

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    Dinghy Saturday A series, a close result

      Congratulations to Calum on winning the Dinghy Saturday A series. The final races in glorious sunshine (well until the haar arrived on lap 2 of the final race) saw 13 boats competing  with some close racing as  dinghies passed marks 3 abreast and places were frequently decided by just a couple of seconds per lap.  The series result came down to the last race with both Pete Sykes and Calum

    Published 9:53pm on 18 May 2024

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    Easter Series Results

    Congratulations to Old School and Hardslog as winners of the 707  and Div1/3 fleets in the Easter Yacht series.  Full results  Here

    Published 10:45am on 10 May 2024

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    Eurobo Launched.

      Eurobo was launched today after a three year lay up. Many thanks are due to the Tuesday team who have put in hours of effort to bring the boat back up to tip top condition and ready to sail. Eurobo is a 33ft Ronautica  yacht which has been made available to the club for Mentored sessions, Theory and Practice sessions, and for racing or cruising hires  by accredited members.  We also expect

    Published 6:32pm on 23 Apr 2024

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    What can you do with the new website ?

    Members Portal There is a members portal that gives you the ability to see your relationship with the club all in one place.  You now also have the ability (and responsibility) to manage the personal data the club has about you. You can enter your boat details including photos and list your crew. This would be useful to the club in the case of an emergency.  You manage

    Published 12:30pm on 24 Mar 2024

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    707 Edinburgh Cup

    PEYC welcome the 707 Association for their traditional first event of the year the 707 Edinburgh Cup. Usually a very competitive warm up for the season, this year promises to be no exception. To enter click on the link below (or 707 event in Calendar). If you are not a member of PEYC then you will be asked to create an account on our new website. You will need your sail number as well as

    Published 7:37am on 22 Mar 2024

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