Tides for the week of 18-24 November

Dónal writes: The weekend just past was a good one at the shed with some new members. Hopefully we will have the same again next weekend, with plenty of RP cover. I’ll be there for the two days.

Monday 18th November
1101—1.8m L. 1843 — 5.1 m H. 2340 – 1.7 m L

Tuesday 19th November
0716 — 5.1m H 1202 — 2.1 m L 1936 — 4.9 m H.

Wednesday 20th November
0816 — 5.0 m H 1430 — 2.4 m L. 2039 — 4.9m H.

Thursday 21st November
0926 — 5.0 m H 1557 — 2.2 m L. 2153 — 5.0 m H

Friday 22nd November
1039 — 5.2 m H. 1700 — 1.9 m L. 2303 — 5.2 m H

Saturday 23rd November
0541 — 1.2 m L. 1142 — 5.4 m H. 1756 — 1.6 m L

Sunday 24th November
0638 — 0.9 m L. 1237 — 5.7 m H. 1852 — 1.3 m L

A good week for rowing! Photo by Rachel Holburn

 

Tides for the week of 19-25 August

Dónal writes: My humblest apologies for the lateness of getting this out. It completely slipped my mind, it’s been so busy this month. Best of luck to all our rowers in North Berwick on Saturday, and Gabe and Julie, I hope nobody needs to be “stretched” off Cramond this week 🙂

Monday 19th August
0553—5.4 m H. 1106 — 0.9 m L. 1816 – 5.3 m H

Tuesday 20th August
0630 — 5.3 m H 1131 — 1.1 m L 1855 — 5.2 m H.

Wednesday 21st August
0710 — 5.2 m H 1156 — 1.2 m L. 1934 — 5.1 m H

Thursday 22nd August
0750 — 5.0 m H 1229 — 1.4 m L. 2016 — 4.9 m H

Friday 23rd August
0833 — 4.8 m H. 1310 — 1.7 m L. 2100 — 4.7 m H

Saturday 24th August
0923 — 4.7 m H. 1401 — 2.0 m L. 2152 — 4.6 m H
Ferry Maid away at North Berwick

Sunday 25th August
1023 — 4.6 m H. 1716 — 2.2 m L. 2255 — 4.6 m H

Reminder: development day follow-up and survey

Anne Flannery writes: Just a wee reminder about the video and survey presentation tomorrow, Thursday 31 January – Port Edgar Yacht Club at 7pm. Can I ask everybody who is intending to come along to have a read of the  rowing technique and protocol document that Anne P sent out  and also to bring their own mug/cup for tea/coffee.

I know that Keith has kindly brought some extra mugs for the shed, but on this occasion it would be easier for the clean up post meeting if folk brought and removed their own mugs. Thank you for this.

Development day, December 1st last year

Any queries please contact me on anneflannery3000@gmail.com.

Tides for the week ending 6 January 2019

Rachel reports: Hello everyone. We are ready now for 2019 tides !

Tuesday January 1st 2019
Low: 05.07 — 1.6m  High: 11.00 — 5.0m  Low: 17.28 — 2.0m
(Loony Dook row – crews to meet at the shed at 11.30am)

Wednesday 2nd
L: 06.09 — 1.6m   H: 12.01 — 5.1m   L: 18.33 — 1.8m

Thursday 3rd
L: 07.01 — 1.5m   H: 12.56 — 5.3m   L: 19.26 — 1.6m

Friday 4th
L: 07.42 — 1.5m    H: 13.46 — 5.4m   L:  20.10 — 1.5m

Saturday 5th
L: 08.14 — 1.4m    H: 14.31 — 5.5m    L: 20.44 — 1.4m   No early training

Sunday 6th
L: 08.12 — 1.4m    H: 15.10 — 5.5m   L: 20.19 — 1.3m

Very best wishes everyone for a Happy and Healthy 2019. Another year of many rowing opportunities to look forward to.

Agenda for tonight’s committee meeting

13TH December 2018
PEYC – 7pm

  1.  Apologies
  2. Matters Arising
  3.  Consideration of Policies (carried over from November):
    Code of Conduct
    Vulnerable Groups Protection Rachel
  4. New Rudder (carried over from November) Rachel/Anne P
  5. Survey Results – Anne P
  6. Continue discussion regarding access to resources (printer, laminator etc)
  7. Treasurers Report – Marion
  8. Group Updates:
    Welcome Pack/Book
    IT (including update on office bearer email addresses)
    Cox/Skipper Training
    Technique/Race Training
    Social/fundraising
  9. Calendar of Events – Anne P
  10. Any Other Business