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Welcome

Welcome to the Cramond Boat Club, situated at the mouth of the River Almond, only 4 miles from the centre of Edinburgh.

We cater for all types of small craft, including dinghies, small cruisers and motorboats. The Club organises dinghy and keelboat racing, open regattas, cruises and family fun days.

The Cramond Boat Club is an RYA Recognised Training Centre and is approved for training Club members in the RYA National Sailing and Power Boating schemes.

The clubhouse includes changing rooms, workshop and storage as well as a bar and function room.

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Latest news

Bar Marker Pole Replaced

The marker pole at the west end of the river bar, which has been missing since the February storms, has now been replaced. This is channel marker no. 9 on the Pilotage chart . There is currently no depth gauge on the pole, but a new one will be added in due course. In the meantime, there is a white band on the pole which indicates a depth of between 3ft and More »

18 Apr 2024

Postponed ... Again

Unfortunately, Crane-in has been postponed again.

The forecast for Saturday 13th April shows wind gusts of 40mph which exceeds the operating limit of the crane.

It is now scheduled for Saturday 20th April at 0930. More »

12 Apr 2024

Crane In Postponed

Due to the forecast of very strong winds and flood warnings, Crane-in has been postponed for a week from Saturday 6th April to Saturday 13th April, starting at 1430. The work party to tidy up after Crane-in will now be on Sunday 14th April. The scheduled Freesail on Saturday 13th April and Dinghy work parties on Sunday 7th and Sunday 14th April have been cancelled and will be re-arranged in due course. More »

4 Apr 2024

Spring Work Parties

Recently we have had a number of work parties to prepare for the coming season. Lawrie Elliott and Campbell Calder had a trip onto the mud flats to check the river navigation buoys. The navigation buoys are used by club yachts and visiting yachts entering and leaving the river they are also used by RNLI Queensferry when carrying out their many rescues from Cramond Island (members of the public getting stranded there due to lack More »

25 Mar 2024

Upcoming events

Apr 20

Crane In (NEW DATE)

HW 1350 4.8
Apr 21

Training Adult Level 1 & 2 (2)

HW 1427 5.0
Apr 21

10:00 - Post Crane In Work Party

HW 1427 5.0
Apr 21

12:45 - Dinghy Free Sail

HW 1427 5.0
Apr 27

Training Sea Monkeys 1

HW 1744 5.1
Apr 27

15:45 - Cruiser W1

HW 1744 5.1
Apr 28

16:30 - Dinghy SPR1

HW 1825 5.0
Apr 28

16:40 - Cruiser MD1

HW 1825 5.0
May 4

Training Adult Level 1 & 2 (3)

HW 1209 4.9
May 4

10:15 - Dinghy Free Sail

HW 1209 4.9
May 5

Training Cadets 1

HW 1305 5.2
May 5

11:30 - Dinghy SPR2

HW 1305 5.2
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