Scottish Branch Festive Cruise – 27th December 2017

The 2017 Scottish Branch Festive Cruise will take place on Wednesday 27th December.

Once again the Branch has arranged a unique cruise on board MV Clyde Clipper in conjunction with the Scottish Branch of the Coastal Cruising Association (CCA). PSPS and CCA members and friends are most welcome to join us for our annual Christmas social cruise.

This year's cruise will depart Greenock at 10:30am to sail through the Kyles of Bute turning off Kames before making a photo call at Ormidale in Loch Riddon. This will be the first time that Clyde Clipper will have berthed at the small pier in Loch Riddon. The vessel will then return to Greenock for 4:30pm.

Tickets for the cruise are on sale now with a postal booking form having been posted out to PSPS members in September and CCA members in October. Tickets can also be reserved by emailing stating the number of tickets required and full contact details. Tickets (adults) are priced at £29 (cruise only) or £39 (cruise and buffet lunch). On the outward journey tea/coffee and Christmas cake will be served.

Please note that the final date for booking Cruise and Buffet Lunch Tickets is Friday 15th December although Cruise only tickets can be purchased on the day.

Copy of the flyer which has been sent to PSPS and CCA members.

Clyde Clipper berthed at Blairmore Pier during the 2016 Festive Cruise. David Shirres



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