GUEST BLOG: Is rowing all one sport?

By Topher Dawson. Coastal rowing in Scotland has been traditionally very localised and done in locally made and designed boats with wooden oars and fixed seats. In some locations like Portobello and the Royal West Amateur Boat Club in Greenock, sliding seat clinker built jollyboats and other racing craft were raced, but for working class …

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Clydebuilt

Late in September myself and my friend Caroline made our way across to Glasgow having decided to volunteer at the Clydebuilt festival. We were lucky enough to get lovely weather on the Saturday – which I’m sure the Castle to Crane rowers were glad of, and less than perfect weather on the Sunday. The festival …

when things get confusing…

Because we like a challenge, we're running two surveys simultaneously. The first, is for Ullapool Regatta attendees, the second is for Shieldaig Regatta attendees. What makes it worse is that the surveys include the same questions! To help keep things clear, the surveys have different links, and different passwords: for those who attended #Ullapool regatta in July the link is: …