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Broadford Moorings
Just to let you know that the Moorings in Broadford have been reinstalled and made super-safe, after some minor mishaps. also they are insured.

Here's rates

Broadford Harbour Users association
www.isleofskyemoorings.co.uk
Visitor rates to moorings versus length of stay (as in May 2012)
1 night- £10
2 nights - £20
3 nights- £25
4 nights- £30
5 nights- £30
6 nights- £30
7 nights- charge a weekly rate of £25
10 nights- £35
14 nights- £50
21 nights-£60
28 nights -Monthly rate of £90
Payment:
to the honesty box at the head of the main pier, or to the ‘Top shop’ Spar shop at junction to Big Pier road, or to Teo s Handspun located at the small pier.
Contact us at;
jphimister@btinternet.com- James Phimister 07974 874 767
angusmchattie@care4free.net –Angus Mchattie 01471 822 506
Visit us at;
facebook.com/broadford harbour users and moorings association
Mooring spec- (These moorings are insured)
Ground chain- 33mm studlink with 150kg Samson anchors buried in mud.
Risers- 26/33mm studlink part riser,shackled to 18mm Midlink Galvanised chain using 7/8inch galvanised shackles and seized using mastic and double H/D cable ties.
Buoys- Mb120 solid buoy with galv tube for chain to pass through.
Pick up lines- 25mm seasteel with spliced eye and pick up buoy.

Waypoint:
N 57 degrees, 14 .742m’
W 005 degrees, 54.114 ‘
Posted by teo on 14 May 2012
Navtex on the West coast
can anyone offer advice please on how reliable Navtex signals are in coastal waters, North from Lochcarron?

Regards

Jim
Posted by Jim Davies on 04 October 2011
quiz
Hi, Does any one have a sailing quiz questions for wet weather camping for our sea scouts. or does anyone know of any website that have quiz questions for 10 - 15 year olds

cheers
Posted by David on 13 July 2011
Post Code
Need to visit but can not find your Post code on pages.
Map ok, but needed PC for SAT NAV
Posted by Tom Mason on 03 September 2010
Hi Tom. Our Post Code is probably IV54 8YD. BUT this is the post code for 30% of the village in Lochcarron -- don't know why that is. It causes problems for unfamiliar ambulance crews etc. The Club is at the bottom of a residential street called Murray Square. It is just about opposite the Bank of Scotland and on the East side of the "Battery Park"/Shinty Pitch. Hope that helps.
Posted by D Murray on 19 September 2010
Murray Square is IV54 8YE
Posted by on 21 September 2010
Loch Morlich
Good Luck on Sunday Steve - and Jenny too if you are brave enough (daft enough?) to get in that water!
Posted by nic on 22 April 2010
A Roof Party!
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The New Terrace
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Congrats Steve
Posted on 25 July 2009
Kishorn Yacht Race
Posted on 21 July 2009
Jenny
Posted on 16 March 2009
Website
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Stan Forrester
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regatta dates
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Inter Community Challenge 2007
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yacht race
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Web site
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impression
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Wednesday nights ...
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