Photos from the launch event held on 27 February 2011 are now available here.

Eleven new sea kayaks were launched at a special event held at the Club on 27 February 2011.

Work has started on the club slip. As you can see from the photographs it is in a poor state and can only be used at the highest tides. The intention is to extend the slip to make it usable for all but the lowest of tides. The slip fund stands at £1,000 due to Ian Clark and his fund raising schemes and generous donations by Andy Taylor and Al Black of a £100 each. If you would like to donate to the club slip fund then make a cheque out to the Royal West of Scotland Amateur Boating Club and write on the back Slip Fund. The repair of the slip would make a big difference to the club and would in courage more people in the area to take part in water sports. If you would like to help or provide expertise then contact the club through the contact page. Andy Taylor and Ian Clark will be organising the work and will contact club members by email with times and dates when work on the slip can take place eg low tide.

It has been proposed that a regular work party meets on a Wednesday night from 6-9pm starting 24th November 2010. For details see here [PDF].

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