Scotland

Captain’s welcome.

The 2021 sailing season will be upon us shortly and I hope for fair winds and sunny skies.

This year’s programme has been drawn up with the uncertainties of the regulations governing our lives in mind and is at present intentionally vague. The exception being the June muster at Tarbert Loch Fyne by which time we hope things will have eased sufficiently for us to meet up again. However, we hope to firm events and dates up as soon as any changes allow. As always if you have an idea for an ad-hoc event please let me know and we’ll see if we can include it in the season’s events.

The Scottish Moody Owners Association Branch are a fun group who enjoy sailing and socialising so come along and get involved. Visiting Moody Owners are most welcome, please let us know if you would like to join us. The more the merrier!

Keep up to date with the Branch on our Facebook page or on the Association website where the most up to date details of our programme for 2021 will be posted. Watch your emails for our secretary, Howard’s entertaining news blasts. I  hope to meet you at one of the events listed below 

Hamish Ramsay

Scottish Branch Captain. 10 March 2021

scotland@moodyowners.org

Programme for 2021

DateEvent
June 19/20thEast/West Muster at Tarbert Loch Fyne. Cancelled due to Covid restrictions
Aug 21Linnhe Marine BBQ
02 OctHoly Loch
Mid DecemberScottish branch AGM

This list has been complied in the light of the ongoing Covid situation. Hopefully, as the situation eases it will be possible to set the dates and venues.  We intend to give the membership as much advanced notice as pssible so that people can make their plans accordingly.

Contacts

Scotland Branch
Hamish RamsayCaptain
Moray WeirVice Captain
Howard WilliamsSecretary
Robert McleanTreasurer

Branch information

The source of information about events is now this page

Members should receive information about events by email.

If you’re not getting emails, or you wish to opt out of email communications, please contact scotland@moodyowners.org

We also have the MOA Scotland forum click here to access

There is a particularly active local Facebook page here