The Cramond Boat Club has its Clubhouse and moorings at the mouth of the River Almond, only 4 miles from the centre of Edinburgh. The Club caters for all types of small craft, including dinghies, small cruisers and motorboats.
The River Almond is tidal with access to the Firth of Forth for approximately 5 hours each tide. The Club organises dinghy and keelboat racing on a handicap basis, and class racing is arranged when numbers justify it. The Club holds open regattas and long distance races each season.
The waters of the Firth of Forth are ideal for pleasure sailing and include many islands, sheltered harbours and attractions such as the world-famous Forth Bridge, the historic Inchcolm Abbey, Cramond Island, Inchkeith, the Isle of May, Aberdour and South Queensferry.