Cullen Sea School is gearing up for the launch and the official naming ceremony of the first Three Harbours Association St Ayles rowing skiff. Come along and meet “Mairi” on Saturday, 4th June at Cullen Harbour. The official naming ceremony to be held in the brand new Cullen Sea School building at 10.45am while the launch of the skiff will take place at Cullen harbour around 11.30am.
The Three Harbours Association is a registered charity running the Cullen Sea School (CSS) project which is a multipurpose facility currently being developed into a hub for small boat building, sailing and Watersports. As part of the project CSS runs a weekly boatbuilding course three times a week where our 14 enthusiastic boatbuilders have created “Mairi” from a St Ayles skiff kit. We are very grateful for the financial support from the Gordon and Ena Baxter Foundation our main skiff funders and also to Apache North Sea, Brent Bravo and William Grant & Sons Ltd. All of whom are invited to the naming ceremony. CSS is also in search of rowers for the Three Harbours Association rowing team so if you are interested to take part in our greatest success to date, please get in touch with Katalin Urquhart, Project Coordinator on 01542840830 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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