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Out now – Ben Crawshaw’s book about cruising the Mediterranean in a craft made using free boat plans
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Tag Archives: iain oughtred
The week-long St Ayles Skiff World Championships are about to start at Ullapool, and it’s to be a right Royal event. Read about it all here, here and here. I was reminded about the event this morning by Chris … Continue reading
There seems to be no limit to the rapid growth of the Scottish Coastal Rowing movement – and perhaps there’s no limit either to its ambition and imagination. A case in point is Sephira the Musical Ark – an Iain … Continue reading
Photos by Ian Duffill A rowing club set up under the aegis of Blakeney Sailing Club is well on the way to completing the UK’s most southerly St Ayles rowing skiff for racing under oars. Read about the smart-looking … Continue reading