KeepActive : Sailing for senior citizens and older people in and around Inverness in Scotland
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The list which follows shows the name, venue and contact details for 3 organisations whose activities include "Sailing" in Inverness and the surrounding area listed alphabetically within towns. Please refer to the list on the left hand side of the page for other types of activity.

Each entry in the list will offer information regarding meeting days and times plus a number of choices whereby you can be transferred to the website of an organisation, send an email or text message to the organiser, view the location on a map or find a contact number to call.

Avoch : Black Isle Men's Shed, Avoch Community Centre Click for contact details
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The Black Isle Men's Shed is currently building their own shed within the Avoch Community Centre. Once operational, it will be equipped with a range of woodworking equipment with experienced members ready to show others how to best use them.

In addition, we hold regular talks on a variety of topics including photography, IT Clinics, health and anything else which the members might request. These talks are either held in the Community Centre or in other local venues - please go to the website and to the Diary Page for a schedule of activities.

The grand opening is scheduled for 27th October. See website for more details.

Meeting Times
   Tuesday : 1400 to 1600

Note
   Year round
Cost
   1.00 donation to cover tea/coffee/biscuits.

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Fortrose : Chanonry Sailing Club, Chanonry Sailing Club Click for contact details
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Chanonry Sailing Club welcomes sailors of all ages, offering social sailing, dinghy racing, dinghy training and coaching opportunities.

The Club has some dinghies available for the use of Club members who do not have their own boats.

We have trot moorings for Club members with cruisers and access to Fortrose harbour.

Recently the Club has built a St Ayles coastal rowing skiff and an enthusiastic group takes part in rowing activities both at home and away. A second skiff is planned.

Check our website for much more useful information about the Club and we also welcome enquiries.

Meeting Times

Note
   Please check website for full programme.
   
Cost
   The Club website has details of membership costs.

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Nairn : Nairn Sailing Club, Nairn Sailing Club Click for contact details
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Nairn Sailing Club is a friendly and informal club based on the harbour front in Nairn. We have a popular cruiser section offering racing and social cruises throughout the year. We also have a thriving dinghy section.

Please take time to browse our website and contact us if you want any further information or would like to join.

We also have regular club nights each Friday during the season and hold regular social events at our clubhouse

Meeting Times
   Friday : 1900 to 2100

Note
   See calendar on website for full details
Cost
   Single Membership 65.00

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