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The Royal Findhorn Yacht Club is located in Findhorn, on the coast of the Moray Firth in Scotland, on a site overlooking the sheltered inshore waters of Findhorn Bay. The club house has a fantastic view over Findhorn Bay and the Moray Firth, with an outstanding sailing area and an enviable heritage.
RFYC offers organised and supervised racing for dinghies and occasional cruiser activities from April though to October with additional mid-week events during the holiday season. Training and coaching, by experienced race coaches and sailors is provided from time to time.
Cafe facilities are available during the day and bar facilities are available in the evenings at weekends. Games and activity areas for children are available at all times, with social programme of both formal and informal events throughout the year. The high-spot of the year is the Regatta Weekend which runs into Findhorn Week. Seven days of dinghy racing with parties every evening make an excellent start to the holiday season.
The Seafood Café Findhorn
Ladies Night Friday 20st October
To Begin… Canapes & Prosecco
Baked Celeriac Carbonara, Parmesan Crumble
Seafood Café, Seafood Risotto, Roasted Langoustine
Braised Corn Fed Chicken & Chorizo Cassoulet, Parmentier potatoes
Ferrero Rocher Brownie, Salted Caramel, Puff Candy
Spiced Apple & Bramble Crumble, Vanilla Anglaise
Tea or Coffee with Homemade Tablet…£35 per person
The Gentlemans Dinner will be held on Friday 27th October. Mark and Stuart are organising it so you can be sure of an excellent evening.
Update as of 5th October: "Just to confirm the date for the gentleman’s dinner will be Friday the 27th NOT the 28th as originally advised."
If you have not already done so, and intend to come, please contact Alison to get your tickets and let her know your name, contact details and details of any guests you are bringing as there will be a table plan.
The evening will consist of a 6 course dinner (see Ian’s menu below) with aperitif and wine tailored to each course. There will be a talk about the wines and how they have been matched to each course. The dinner will be rounded off with a speaker talking about past Commodore William Smith Grant who also happened to own The Glenlivet. The talk will be accompanied with a special whisky.
The dinner will be held in the long room and council room so numbers really are limited to 44. We envisage up to 4 round tables of 11 and the tickets will be £50 per head, wine and whisky inclusive.
Gentleman’s Dinner 27/10/2017
Canapes to begin
House smoked Langoustine, orange, fennel, pea-shoot
Orkney air cured bresaola, rocket, parmesan, truffle
Poached lemon sole Veronique
Braised Highland venison haunch, fondant potato, roasted roots, Barolo jus
Findhorn Cranachan, Honey roasted raspberries, toasted oat biscuit
Scottish cheese Platter
Coffee and tablet
For a trial period customers of the Seafood Café may bring and drink their own bottle of wine, if they are eating a meal in the café.
The trial is from Saturday 19 August 2017 to Tuesday 31 October 2017
The BYOB is confined to wine only
Customers may drink their own wine when eating a meal in the café itself or on the outside veranda only
Documents for the 2017 club strategy consultation can be found in the Stragey2017 folder. This includes the strategy document itself and consultation feedback. A password is needed to access these documents.