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Cruising

The sailing waters of Cardigan Bay offers excellent recreational waters around the North and Western parts of Wales. Cruising ports of call include Chapel Bay on the Northern side of St. Tudwalls Island East and Porth Ceriad. Both are only a stones throw away from SCYC and offer tranquil retreats for a short cruise. Within a days sailing are Portmadog, Aberystwth and 'around the corner' Porth Dinllean. Further afield is the East coast of Ireland offering ports of call such as Dun Laoghaire and Howth. For the more adventurous there is Cork on Irelands Southern shores, also home of the famous 'Cork Week' that attracts serious racers.

Arisaig to Arisaig
(Past an Island or Two and a Distillery or Three)

The 2014 winner of the Moody Armada Plate for the best log is Mike Crummy, on a trip entitled “Arisaig to Arisaig (Past an Island or Two and a Distillery or Three)” Mike starts of by saying – “In 2013 I took my boat “Conspiracy” up to Arisaig just below the Isle of Skye, to explore the Inner and Outer Hebrides and left her there over the winter. “Conspiracy” is a 20 year old 38 foot Westerly Oceanranger cruiser built for blue-water sailing.” To read more, click here

 
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