Clyde Small Ships Race 2014
- Category: Small Ships Race
- Published on Wednesday, 12 February 2014 16:19
- Written by ASTO Office
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The Clyde Small Ships Race is over.
Even though there was very little wind, a good time was had by the trainees and skippers. The highlight of the week was taking part in the Commonwealth Flotilla up the river into the Clyde on Saturday 26th July.
Full race results are here.
ASTO would like to thank RYA Scotland, James Watt Dock Marina, Portavadie Marina and the Scottish Sailing Institute for their help and support for the event. Extra special thanks go to Robbie Crow from OYT Scotland for the on the ground organisation.
The next ASTO Small Ships Race will be the round the cans race in the Solent on October 4th.
ASTO and RYA Scotland are jointly organising a Small Ships Race in the Clyde in July 2014.
The Small Ships Race is a regular event that sees young people from 12 to 25 compete against other Sail Training vessels. The fleet consists of everything from a 35 foot bermudan sloop to a 90 foot gaff rigged schooner. The common factor is that most of the young crew on board have never sailed before. Together they will experience teamwork, tolerance and responsibility all while having an exciting adventure!
The Clyde Small Ships Race 2014 will bring Sail Training to the Clyde in the lead up to the Commonwealth Games and will join with the RYA Scotland Homecoming Muster and Cruise in Company. Some of the vessels will then join the spectacular Commonwealth Flotilla that will see 250 vessels sail into the heart of Glasgow.
Further details of the partner events are on Flotilla 2014.