Two Outings on 5th March

A few pictures of rowing on the 5th of March thanks to Dave Ingham. After a lull in December and January rowing is back up and running with 2 crews on a Saturday morning but plenty of room for more to book. See our booking page. Newcomers are always welcome!…

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Ne’erday 2016

We took out Iolair on New Year’s day for a row in Brodick Bay and managed to take some photographs from the Douglas Dook. It was fun to be there and watch all the brave ones taking a plunge. Nevertheless we were glad to be – warmly wrapped up –…

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First club training was well attended

Training sessions of the Arran Coastal Rowing club will be every Saturday from 10am till 2pm, weather permitting. The first training session was very well attended and 15 – 20 (potential) club members turned up for a bit of rowing fun and to gain experience with Arran’s first skiff. The…

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Arran’s first skiff is named Iolair

Arran’s first skiff was launched on 19th September 2015. Arran Trust kindly funded the project and Kenneth Bone and Richard Small presented the cheque to Callum McNicol, chairman of the Arran Coastal Rowing Club. The skiff was then named “Iolair” by Deputy Lord Lieutenant Alastair Grassie. Iolair is skiff no.…

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