The first Dragon to arrive in Britain was ‘Anita’ which arrived on the Clyde, from Norway, in 1935. There was an immediate surge in interest and in 1936 ten Dragons were built at the McGruer yard on the Clyde. There have been Dragons continually based on Scottish waters but the active fleet is currently based at the Royal Forth Yacht Club, Granton Harbour, Edinburgh, with quick access to wonderful sailing waters.
We have racing from April until the end of October, with racing on most Saturdays, some Sundays and two weekday evenings each fortnight. The club has its own pillar crane, a storage yard and also all tide access with use of our shared pontoon.
Key dates for your diary:
17 – 18 September 2022 Scottish Dragon Championships, as part of a One Design event
For more information please contact the club on firstname.lastname@example.org or the Scottish fleet captain Cathy Ogden at email@example.com