Skye Sailing Club

The present 'Skye Sailing Club' is formed from the old 'Portree Sailing Club' and the old 'Skye Sailing Club' which was originally based in Armadale at the south of the Island.

The two old clubs amalgamated in 1998 to form a single club based in Portree.

In 2014 the Club bought the derilict boatshed on the Scorybreac shore, refurbished and extended it to enhance the Club's shoreside facilities with electricity (!), water, kitchen, classroom, shower and a loo. In 2015 the Club became a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) and in 2016, when the building work had finished, rejuvinated its fleet of boats. This was all done with the help of Coastal Communities Funding.

The aim of the Club is to promote and facilitate the sport of boating, under sail, with oars, paddles and engines, in and around the Isle of Skye.

The Club has an open-door policy encouraging anyone from any background to take up and enjoy our sport. One of the main ways we keep the club so inclusive is by keeping all fee's low – membership and course fees.

indoor rowing skye sailing clubIndoors and Out...

Rowing is a year round activity for Skye Sailing Club.

Our rowing programme is new, it is evolving and is already showing signs of being popular – if you would like to bag a space please email for details.

boy rowing skye sailing clubThe basic outline is that rowing is available to any Member of Skye Sailing Club – each session has a £3 sub for all ages which builds a fund to pay for safety boat fuel and incidental bits and pieces to keep the activity going.

We also have a pair of Concept 2 rowing machines. These are available for members to use at the club house. Working out with a view of the Cuillins is 10 times better than a sweaty gym!

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The club offers many water based activities to the Isle of Skye community.

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Calendar

Calendar

The club calendar lists out all the club events and courses.

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RYA

RYA

We are a Royal Yachting Association affiliated Club and Training Centre.

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