Activity Booking

Welcome to the booking system for the 29th Glasgow Scout Group’s water activities. Below you will see a list of the any available activities. All activities are provisional and will only happen if there is sufficient interest from Scouts and also Leader availability.

How to book
  • Click on the activity you wish to book, and follow the instructions.
  • Explorers please use all the “Explorer only” tickets before using the other type.
  • As previously, you will still pay on the day for your activity, so please select the “Offline” option when booking, then “Proceed”.
  • Once you have made a successful booking you will receive a confirmation email (registered users only). A full list of participants is shown at the bottom of each booking page, so double check your name appears in the list.
  • Please note – Any booking without a Participant Name will now be deleted.
Amending bookings
  • Registered users can review / cancel any of your bookings by clicking on the “User Profile” menu

If you have any problem making a booking please email explorerseascouts@29thglasgow.org.uk

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27/07/2024
10:00 am to 7:30 pm
Unnamed Road, Largs KA30 8EZ, UK

This sailing session is open to any Scout, Explorer Scout and Explorer Sea Scout.

We can only take a maximum of 6 Scout age participants.

Sailing will be based at Largs Sailing Club at Largs Marina, using the 29th Glasgow Scout Group's fleet of dinghies and safety boats. The session is led under the instruction of one of the Group's RYA Senior Dinghy Instructors with the assistance of other RYA Instructors and leaders.

The Group has a selection of boats available for use which cater for all skill levels.

There are 12 spaces available each day and we have the following boats available for use: 2 Wayfarers (three person boats – beginners), 6 toppers (single hander – beginner/intermediate, wetsuit required (we have a few to lend), 3 RS Feva XL (two person boats – intermediate) and an RS500 (two person boat – advanced). Due to the number of sailing instructors available we generally will only be able to take a maximum of 3 beginners per day.

Don’t worry if you don’t know how to sail, we are here to teach you!

The cost for sailing is £15 per day, please pay on the day.

This is a contribution towards providing transport, safety cover and the insurance and maintenance of the equipment.

If you have any questions please email John at explorerseascouts@29thglasgow.org.uk

This activity is weather dependent and could change at the last minute, where possible we will contact you to let you know of any changes.

Equipment list

The following kit should be brought with you when coming sailing. You do not need to wear Scout uniform on sailing days.

  • Packed lunch
  • A full change of clothes
  • A towel
  • A pair of shoes that can get wet or wellies
  • Waterproofs
  • Warm clothes
  • Swimming costume
  • A wetsuit, if you have one and are intending sailing a Topper or the RS Feva
  • A pair of shorts
  • Suncream, yes it is sometimes sunny and when it is you can burn very quickly on the water.
  • A little spending money if you want to get chips on the way home!

Data protection – By completing this form you consent to the 29th Glasgow Scout Group processing the information contained therein. You understand the information will be used solely in the pursuit of scouting activities and to ensure the safety and wellbeing of youth members during scouting activities.

10 Attending
03/08/2024
10:00 am to 7:30 pm
Unnamed Road, Largs KA30 8EZ, UK

This sailing session is open to any Scout, Explorer Scout and Explorer Sea Scout.

We can only take a maximum of 6 Scout age participants.

Sailing will be based at Largs Sailing Club at Largs Marina, using the 29th Glasgow Scout Group's fleet of dinghies and safety boats. The session is led under the instruction of one of the Group's RYA Senior Dinghy Instructors with the assistance of other RYA Instructors and leaders.

The Group has a selection of boats available for use which cater for all skill levels.

There are 12 spaces available each day and we have the following boats available for use: 2 Wayfarers (three person boats – beginners), 6 toppers (single hander – beginner/intermediate, wetsuit required (we have a few to lend), 3 RS Feva XL (two person boats – intermediate) and an RS500 (two person boat – advanced). Due to the number of sailing instructors available we generally will only be able to take a maximum of 3 beginners per day.

Don’t worry if you don’t know how to sail, we are here to teach you!

The cost for sailing is £15 per day, please pay on the day.

This is a contribution towards providing transport, safety cover and the insurance and maintenance of the equipment.

If you have any questions please email John at explorerseascouts@29thglasgow.org.uk

This activity is weather dependent and could change at the last minute, where possible we will contact you to let you know of any changes.

Equipment list

The following kit should be brought with you when coming sailing. You do not need to wear Scout uniform on sailing days.

  • Packed lunch
  • A full change of clothes
  • A towel
  • A pair of shoes that can get wet or wellies
  • Waterproofs
  • Warm clothes
  • Swimming costume
  • A wetsuit, if you have one and are intending sailing a Topper or the RS Feva
  • A pair of shorts
  • Suncream, yes it is sometimes sunny and when it is you can burn very quickly on the water.
  • A little spending money if you want to get chips on the way home!

Data protection – By completing this form you consent to the 29th Glasgow Scout Group processing the information contained therein. You understand the information will be used solely in the pursuit of scouting activities and to ensure the safety and wellbeing of youth members during scouting activities.

1 Attending
10/08/2024
10:00 am to 7:30 pm
Unnamed Road, Largs KA30 8EZ, UK

This sailing session is open to any Scout, Explorer Scout and Explorer Sea Scout.

We can only take a maximum of 6 Scout age participants.

Sailing will be based at Largs Sailing Club at Largs Marina, using the 29th Glasgow Scout Group's fleet of dinghies and safety boats. The session is led under the instruction of one of the Group's RYA Senior Dinghy Instructors with the assistance of other RYA Instructors and leaders.

The Group has a selection of boats available for use which cater for all skill levels.

There are 12 spaces available each day and we have the following boats available for use: 2 Wayfarers (three person boats – beginners), 6 toppers (single hander – beginner/intermediate, wetsuit required (we have a few to lend), 3 RS Feva XL (two person boats – intermediate) and an RS500 (two person boat – advanced). Due to the number of sailing instructors available we generally will only be able to take a maximum of 3 beginners per day.

Don’t worry if you don’t know how to sail, we are here to teach you!

The cost for sailing is £15 per day, please pay on the day.

This is a contribution towards providing transport, safety cover and the insurance and maintenance of the equipment.

If you have any questions please email John at explorerseascouts@29thglasgow.org.uk

This activity is weather dependent and could change at the last minute, where possible we will contact you to let you know of any changes.

Equipment list

The following kit should be brought with you when coming sailing. You do not need to wear Scout uniform on sailing days.

  • Packed lunch
  • A full change of clothes
  • A towel
  • A pair of shoes that can get wet or wellies
  • Waterproofs
  • Warm clothes
  • Swimming costume
  • A wetsuit, if you have one and are intending sailing a Topper or the RS Feva
  • A pair of shorts
  • Suncream, yes it is sometimes sunny and when it is you can burn very quickly on the water.
  • A little spending money if you want to get chips on the way home!

Data protection – By completing this form you consent to the 29th Glasgow Scout Group processing the information contained therein. You understand the information will be used solely in the pursuit of scouting activities and to ensure the safety and wellbeing of youth members during scouting activities.

1 Attending
31/08/2024
10:00 am to 7:30 pm
Unnamed Road, Largs KA30 8EZ, UK

This sailing session is open to any Scout, Explorer Scout and Explorer Sea Scout.

We can only take a maximum of 6 Scout age participants.

Sailing will be based at Largs Sailing Club at Largs Marina, using the 29th Glasgow Scout Group's fleet of dinghies and safety boats. The session is led under the instruction of one of the Group's RYA Senior Dinghy Instructors with the assistance of other RYA Instructors and leaders.

The Group has a selection of boats available for use which cater for all skill levels.

There are 12 spaces available each day and we have the following boats available for use: 2 Wayfarers (three person boats – beginners), 6 toppers (single hander – beginner/intermediate, wetsuit required (we have a few to lend), 3 RS Feva XL (two person boats – intermediate) and an RS500 (two person boat – advanced). Due to the number of sailing instructors available we generally will only be able to take a maximum of 3 beginners per day.

Don’t worry if you don’t know how to sail, we are here to teach you!

The cost for sailing is £15 per day, please pay on the day.

This is a contribution towards providing transport, safety cover and the insurance and maintenance of the equipment.

If you have any questions please email John at explorerseascouts@29thglasgow.org.uk

This activity is weather dependent and could change at the last minute, where possible we will contact you to let you know of any changes.

Equipment list

The following kit should be brought with you when coming sailing. You do not need to wear Scout uniform on sailing days.

  • Packed lunch
  • A full change of clothes
  • A towel
  • A pair of shoes that can get wet or wellies
  • Waterproofs
  • Warm clothes
  • Swimming costume
  • A wetsuit, if you have one and are intending sailing a Topper or the RS Feva
  • A pair of shorts
  • Suncream, yes it is sometimes sunny and when it is you can burn very quickly on the water.
  • A little spending money if you want to get chips on the way home!

Data protection – By completing this form you consent to the 29th Glasgow Scout Group processing the information contained therein. You understand the information will be used solely in the pursuit of scouting activities and to ensure the safety and wellbeing of youth members during scouting activities.

0 Attending