Please welcome Foster Edgar , kitted out in club colours. We haven’t put him on the crewshout list as his mum can keep him up to date.
A big, well-organised event – 14 Scottish teams and Alnmouth, 11 racing categories and most teams entering most of the categories. The Scottish clubs are veterans of such events and come equipped with smart gazebos to build their base on… Read moreNorth Berwick Regatta
A good social afternoon and evening of rowing, food and drink and pyromania. Alnmouth had 2 teams entered, this photo by Terry Collinson is of our more successful team hard at it. Thanks to Jo for organising. Jenny seems overcome… Read moreVolcano Night 19 August 2018
The sun and the gods shone on us yesterday as a team of 10 won the coastal rowing section of the 14 mile race from Carsethorn to Dumfries down the River Nith in just over 2 hours. The team was … Read moreNith Raid – it’s coming home
Today we had 16 rowers over 4 crews. 2 crews either side of a breakfast of pancakes, maple syrup and blueberries prepared in the boathouse. Oh and the weather was good and the sea provided just enough surf for it… Read moreThursday Breakfast Row – the high water mark?
The kick-off meeting for the second build is scheduled for Monday, August 13 at 19.30 at the Boathouse Alnmouth. It is likely to last 90 minutes. All interested please come along. Dave Foote’s latest newsletter can be found below…. Read moreChairman’s latest newsletter and boatbuild kick off meeting
Further to the EGM , attached is a questionnaire that has been emailed to all members to gauge their level of interest in participating in the project . If anyone reading this post is interested and is not currently a… Read moreBuilding of Second Skiff – the project is underway
To advise you of upcoming events , all on Saturdays in August. There are two possible awaydays to Scotland to row – August 11th – Nith Raid – from the mouth of the Nith up to the centre of… Read moreAugust Events
Shot taken at the breakfast row yesterday. Bright sun everywhere else! So weird rowing with no sight of land. Click on post header to see photo.
11 rowers turned up for a 3.45 am start . Sea was calm , sky was clear – the only problem was the eastern horizon had a bank of dark cloud which meant we didn’t see the bright sunshine until… Read moreSolstice Row