Makers of Single Malt Scotch Whisky, and supporters of the Fife Regatta. For more information about their range of Single Malts, from 12 year old to 40 year old, please visit their website atwww.oldpulteney.com
The Isle of Arran is often recognised as Scotland in Miniature, with it’s stunning scenery, outstanding produce, castles, distillery and amazing wildlife. Recently awarded Destination of the Year at the Scottish hotel Awards 2013, Arran is one of the most accessible islands in Scotland, with direct rail links from Glasgow to Ardrossan on the Ayrshire coast. Only a 55 minute sail – and you can be enjoying your island time….in no time!www.visitarran.com
Taste Of Arranwww.taste-of-arran.co.uk
James Lawrence Sailmakers
James Lawrence Sailmakers have a world wide reputation for making and repairing sails in a traditional style, which has remained unchanged for the last 100 to 200 years. Our highly skilled team make sails for these historic vessels using extensive handwork, most of the sails having hand sewn bolt ropes around their perimeters with hand sewn brass eyes and hand made outside cringles amongst many other specialised techniques.
We make sails for working boats including Essex Barges and Smacks as well as making sails for Classic Yachts which include “Mariquita” a 19 m Classic Gaff Cutter, the Schooner “Mariette”, the Gaff Cutter “Kelpie” and “Marigold” to name a few.www.jameslawrencesailmakers.com
fmx Event Serviceswww.fmx-ltd.com
Scottish Maritime Museum
Fife: The ‘Wizards’ of Fairlie. For over 140 years the Fife’s of Fairlie produced some of the fastest and most exquisite yachts in the world, with many yachting critics proclaiming that the yard’s boats were ‘almost too beautiful to use’.
The Scottish Maritime Museum’s temporary exhibition tells the story of the Fife dynasty and the small coastal yard which produced some of the finest examples of watercraft in the west of Scotland, for fishing, racing and pleasure.
See the tools used in the yard, images of their famous yachts and admire the craftsmanship of the Fife-built motor launch Seamew which is on display in the Museum’s Linthouse building.www.scottishmaritimemuseum.org
Largs Yacht Havenwww.yachthavens.com/largs
Largs Sailing Clubwww.largssc.co.uk
Scottish Sailing Institutewww.scottishsailinginstitute.com/
Kelburn are very proud to be a part of the spectacular Fife Yacht Regatta in 2013!www.kelburnestate.com
Bute Berthing Company
Bute Berthing Co. operates serviced pontoons in the heart of the historic Royal Burgh of Rothesay, on behalf of the island community, only a few steps away from all local amenities and services.
Phone: 07799 724 225 VHF Channel 37 for berthing assistance and advicewww.buteberthing.com