The Scottish Government announcements on 28 May confirmed that Phase 1 of its Routemap for progressing through the Covid-19 crisis was cleared to move forward. Sailing was included in the list of outdoor sports for which qualified restart was approved. Since then there has been progressive relaxation of the controls and, on 3 July, it was announced that cruising involving overnight stays away from home would be allowed. Organised events such as racing and regattas are still off the agenda but up to 3 households and 8 people can now overnight onboard. Dinghy and car parking, and slipway and moorings access, are available for use by members. Read the 10 July RYAS Guidance.

Note that the Clubhouse remains closed except as noted below. You will need to come prepared - no changing rooms and no toilet or shower access at this stage. We will promulgate any additional information here if/when received from RYAS.

At the weekends: during Supervised Sailing on Saturday mornings, and whilst the Indoor/Outdoor Bar is  operating on Sunday afternoons, there will be limited access to the clubroom and toilets ONLY. Keep an eye on "What's On" and "News"/Facebook for future plans.

Additional information for members:

   Personal Sailing Guidance         these are consistent with the RYAS guidelines

   HSC Phased Re-opening             provisional, and subject to progress on previous phases