Welcome to the Scottish Branch of the Moody Owners Association.
As I write this, the sailing season is for most of us drawing to an end. What a season it’s been though!! Blue skies, soft winds, too soft at times maybe, but for a while you could safely anchor almost anywhere you wanted, perfect for exploring places that only the best of weather will allow.
Now it’s time to destock the boat and find those elusive tins of curry that mysteriously disappeared halfway through the season.
Our stand at the Kip boat show was the perfect spot to catch up with other members and everyone I spoke to has had a great season. We were fortunate to have had Commodore, Richard Martin on the stand with us and between us we were delighted to enrol six new members. Hopefully folks are hearing that it’s fun to have a Moody in Scotland.
Just because the sailing season is over doesn’t mean the fun and sociability ends. For upcoming events look out for our secretary’s e-mails and an eye on the Scottish events information list on this website page. Your committee is working on the calendar for the 2019 season, a draft of which will be available at our AGM. If you have any suggestions for things that we might include, please e-mail me and we’ll see if we can include them.
I hope that those winter jobs that you’ve planned for your boat go well and that we will meet at one of our winter events.
Scottish Branch Captain. 23 Oct 2018
|Jan 21st||Lunch at the Loch House restaurant in Lochwinnoch|
|April 14||Get together with tea and biscuits, possible technical Q & A. Largs Sailing Club.|
|May 19||Dinner/BBQ at Holy Loch Marina with possible short “follow the wind” cruise in company thereafter.|
|June 9||West Coast Muster at Kerrera, details to follow, with possible short “follow the wind” cruise in company, weather permitting.|
|June 23-30||Cruise into the Caledonian Canal and Loch Ness. Subject to demand.|
|Sept 15||Season Finale, muster in Rothesay.|
|October 12/13/14||Kip Boat Show, stand.|
|December 9||1130 Branch AGM. Royal Gourock YC. More to follow|
Scottish Boat Show
The MOA was there in force, with the Commodore Paul Kennedy joining the Branch officials including Branch Captain Dot Ramsay
The source of information about events is now this page
Members should receive information about events by email.
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We also have the MOA Scotland forum click here to access
There is a particularly active local Facebook page here