The subpages of the Sailing section contain Pilotage, Programme, Racing, Moorings, Dinghy Facilities and Cruising information.
Sailing and Racing Programme
The current programme is available in the Calendar.
An artificial bar across the mouth of the River Almond retains a pool of about two cables in length, with depths of up to four feet at low water. Around 40 moorings are laid by the Club in this pool for keelboats up to about 28 ft loa. Boats are moored to ground chains, secured at bow and stern.
Keelboats can be laid up in the dinghy park or on the quayside during the winter months.
An application for mooring space can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.
The Club has an enclosed dinghy park with space for around 40 boats during the summer.
Storage for trailers, inflatable dinghies, outboard engines and other gear is available in the dinghy park and boat shed.
An application form for dinghy park space can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.
Cramond is well placed in the Forth Estuary to give yachts good cruising, from Alloa and Blackness in the west to Dunbar and Anstruther to the east, and further afield up and down the East cost of Scotland. The Forth and Clyde canal is easily reached, giving ready access to the West coast.