The 3Harbours Association Cullen Sea School project is entering the exciting development stage. Generally regarded as one of the most exciting community self-help enterprises in the north of Scotland the Sea School is now ready for activities development and seeks to expand community involvement.
Generous funding from the Coastal Communities Fund has allowed the purchase of canoes, kayaks, paddle boards, small sailing craft and two rescue ribs. The approaching summer will provide an opportunity for those with appropriate training qualifications in canoeing. kayaking paddle boarding and small boat sailing to get involved. Funding is also available for those wishing to gain appropriate training qualifications. There will also be an opportunity for paid part time student involvement over the summer months and there will also be ample opportunity for those who simply wish to volunteers to help with the logistics of running the summer program.
Help make a difference and contribute to making a success of the fist summer program by making contact with Katalin Urquhart Cullen Sea School Co-ordinator by phoning 01542840830 or emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org
Cullen Sea School are hiring an RYA-certified Dinghy Instructor with Keelboat experience, to be with us from June-Sept 2017. Ideally on
The Cullen Sea School management team would like to wish you a very Happy New Year and all the health
A 14 feet mahogany clinker classic built by Wright & sons, Ipswich, before 1975 this beautiful dinghy was saved by