A group of us from West Wales are interested in completing a long distance row in Scotland in 2005.
We row a traditional Celtic longboat( a coxed four)which is suitable to row in the seas up to a 6..........
Last year, we rowed down the length of the river Shannon in Ireland, and are looking for a long row of between 100 and 200 miles, ie, something that is achievable in 6 or 7 days.
It seems that the route from the Moray Firth to the western Isles would be suitable but I would really like advice on some appropriate starting and finishing points. In fact, any info would be a help in deciding where to row................
Thank you for a splendid Head of the River. St Andrews University had a really successful day out with 32 rowers (a StAUBC record) which now puts us 3rd in the Uni winter league, (after 2 or 3 years of coming last) we are thrilled!
Thanks for a great day and we look forward to seeing you at Glasgow!
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