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DEVELOPMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES

 MARINE DEPARTMENT

CAMPBELTOWN HARBOUR

 

NOTICE TO MARINERS

CAMPBELTOWN SAILING CLUB– LEISURE MOORINGS

Mariners are advised that the Leisure Moorings adjacent to Campbeltown Sailing Club at the head of the Loch on the north side are decommissioned and should not be used.

Further information may be obtained by contacting Campbeltown Harbour Master on vhf Channel 12

 

Stephen Scally

Campbeltown Harbour Master

Campbeltown Harbour

Campbeltown

Argyll PA28 6ED

Tel - 01586 552552

                 

 

Rothesay Harbour Traffic Control Lights

It is important to note that all vessels are prohibited from entering or departing from Rothesay Harbour when 3 red lights are shown.

The above NTM has been in place since 2015 and, of late, there has been a growing tendency for users of the harbour to ignore the traffic light system.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Argyll and Bute Council’s Designated Person and Harbour Board have raised concerns over the potential safety-related consequences of ignoring the above traffic light system. As such, any mariner found to be contravening the above rules will be denied future access to the harbour.

 

NOTICE to Mariners below:

A series of 6 Tuesday evening pursuit races kicked off in quiet conditions on Tuesday 21 July.

John Kent's 'Farr e Nuff' was ideally suited to the light breeze, holding off two Moody 336s 'Ubiquity' and 'Salamander' to take the win.

Series 3 of Kip pursuit races commences on Wednesday 22 July.

The Club Committee is reviewing the frequently changing Covid restrictions with a view to reinstating the Tarbert Muster and Port Bannatyne Muster in August and September. Further information will be posted as soon as possible.

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