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Cruise in Company 2021

Start 10th July

Finish 17th July

10th July to 11th July - Boats to sail independently from home ports to PORT ELLEN, to gather at Port Ellen on the evening of Sunday 11th July. Drinks in pub. Dist from Rhu to Port Ellen approx 90 Miles.

12th July - Port Ellen to Scalasaig ( Colonsay ) through sound of Islay with tide. Anchor at Scalasaig. 32 NM

13th July - Scalasaig to Iona stopping in Bull Hole or Loch Na Lathaich.( Bunessan) 21 NM

14th July - Iona to Arinagour ( Coll) 23 NM

15th July - Coll to Loch Scresort ( Rhum) 26 NM

16th July - Rhum to Tobermory for end of Cruise party.27 NM

17th July - Boats to make their way back to Clyde, up North or wherever the mood takes them.

All of this is entirely dependent on the weather, tides and the mood of the crews.

This is a great opportunity to Cruise the West Coast for those who are experienced as well as those who are less confident and would like the company. All our sailing will be weather dependent and will be arranged to suit the slowest boat. The next days destination will be decided in the pub on the night before.

My itinerary is fairly gentle. If the weather is really good and the wind is in the right direction, then we might go out to Barra. If not, then we might stay inside Mull and go to Tobermory that way. It wont be a race. It will be comfortable.



The Royal Northern & Clyde Yacht Club has an active cruising membership.  

We have a Facebook group for our cruising members to keep in touch.

Click below to join or contact the office for more information.

Notices To Mariners


Third party organisations regularly issue Notices to Mariners (NTMs) advising of important navigational information such as changes in buoyage, prior warning of activities such as dredging, exclusion zones, harbour closures and byelaws etc.


We encourage members to use these sources of information to ensure safe, rewarding sailing on the Clyde and further afield:


Argyll & Bute Council

Caledonian MacBrayne Ferries


Queen's Harbour Master Clyde

Northern Lighthouse Board

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