This year we are celebrating sailing in Scottish waters under the banner of Year of Coasts and Waters 20/21. Scotland has so much to offer the visiting sailor or small cruise ship passenger.  Varied seascapes, islands, lochs, wildlife, shore side castles, stunning seafood and much more await. Together with a growing number of local facilities and businesses looking to welcome you ashore it all makes for sailing in Scotland even more enjoyable and memorable. This is the opportunity to celebrate sailing in Scotland

All that choice can make it difficult to know where to start, but that’s where Sail Scotland’s Official Guide comes in. Our printed Magazine has gone digital and has been designed to make your planning as easy as possible. Within this section we showcase Scotland’s world-class sailing waters. You will also find stories and insights from some of our local member businesses and very passionate sailors. 

The guide is aimed at giving you a shop window on Scottish Sailing and Scottish waters.  Explore our wonderful stunning coastline, harbours and anchorages. This site also provides links to advertisers and host of sailing holiday companies, charters and sailing schools, marinas and harbours that can help you take to the water.  

Scotland’s wonderful sailing waters are famed world-wide. We look forward to welcoming you during Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters. Look out for #YCW2021 and our very own #mustseascotland across all the main digital channels.

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