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We are based near Dalintober Pier at the upper end of Campbeltown Loch. Our Clubhouse has a spacious upper floor with bar and catering facilities plus there are showers and toilets downstairs. Small boats are stored in our secure compound and the Loch is accessed by a slipway/ramp usable at all states of the tide.
Kintyre Canoe Club and the local Sea Cadet Unit are affiliated to the Club.
We are currently working with Campbeltown Grammar School and local community and sports organisations to set up dinghy sailing activity using the Club’s Laser, Topper & Pico dinghies, supported by our Avon RIB Rescue Boat.


MOORINGS
In front of our Clubhouse are 20 large yellow buoys in an area which is occupied by the Club on licence from the Crown Estate. When these are not required by Club Members they are available as Visitors Moorings and are labelled accordingly and each has a strop and a blue pick-up buoy.

As regards paying for your night’s stay, the pick up buoys have the following notice attached to them which is self-explanatory:-

VISITOR MOORING (MAX 14m)
PLEASE PAY A DONATION OF £10
PER NIGHT TO CAMPBELTOWN SC
BY CALLING ROYAL HOTEL RECEPTION ON 01586 810030

Diary dates for 2015

Curry supper

To mark the start of the sailing season there will be a Curry Night on Friday the 1st May starting at 7pm. Please contact Alison (552432) or Hilary (552488) to let them know you are coming. A vegetarian option will be available and of course the bar will be open too.

Cushendall

There will be no full club racing calendar for 2015 but the annual fixtures with the Cushendall Sailing and Boating Club, our friends from across the water in Northern Ireland, will still be a highlight of our year. So note the dates in your diaries now, 20th June for the ‘home’ leg and 18th July for the ‘away’.

Watch for more details on this site or contact the Racing Secretary, Alastair Cousin.