May 10, 2024

Port Edgar Yacht Club Review

Port Edgar Yacht Club is situated in South Queensferry, near the iconic Forth Bridges, making it easily accessible within a 60-minute drive for most individuals in the Central Belt. Whether you are new to the area, have recently completed an RYA course, or simply wish to return to sailing, they are there to assist you.

The club offers a range of opportunities including further training and development, yacht racing, dinghy racing, and cruising. Additionally, they are proud to have a beautiful new clubhouse for our members to enjoy.

If you have any inquiries or would like to arrange a visit, please do not hesitate to contact the club. Their team will ensure that someone is available to greet you on your first visit to Port Edgar and can even organize a sail for you. Membership can be easily obtained through the website.

Our club's vision is to serve as a premier hub for sailing and water sports activities on the River Forth, welcoming and accessible to all individuals interested in these pursuits.

Contact Details

Port Edgar Yacht Club
Port Edgar Marina
South Queensferry
Edinburgh
EH30 9SQ

Website: https://peyc.org.uk/

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  • John Sixthsmith

    I'm a freelance writer and avid sailor who loves to share my passion for the sea with others. I've written articles for various sailing magazines and websites, covering topics such as sailing destinations, boat maintenance, navigational tips, and marine wildlife. I went on a short sailing trip whilst on holiday as a child and was instantly hooked. I've been sailing ever since. Although I've done a fair amount of lake sailing in my time, my real passion is the ocean. I hope you enjoy reading this blog about sailing as much as I've enjoyed writing about it.

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