Dingwall Players Collaboration

SDCRC provided multiple crews of pirates to row the hero of RL Stevenson's Treasure Island ashore. We were delighted to be asked to take part in supporting our local AmDram Society, Dingwall Players. More photos to come on our News Tab...

Crew of Pirates- Trish Bangle Earrings, Chrissy Scarf Maiden, Allan the Glamorous, and Lizbeth the Necklace Thief! Cox of this band of rogues is Lori Dubh...

Our goal is to bring together members of our community via building and rowing our own St Ayles Skiff. Coastal rowing is a fun group activity that can be tailored to all abilities. We were the first public inshore club to build and row their own St. Ayles skiff. Our boat is named 'Grebe', after the rare Slavonian Grebe that can be seen on inland lochs around Strathpeffer.

Please check our online calendar or our Facebook page, which is our main forum for updates and events.

We have four categories of membership: YOUNG PERSON (Free), ADULT (£40), FAMILY (£60) and ASSOCIATE (Free). The membership year runs from the 1st April - 31st March. More details and membership form.

Sign-up for rowing sessions here.

Our club name features the village of Strathpeffer, where the majority of our founders live, but our members now come from all over the area. We have rowers and builders from Tain to Inverness, and Strathconon to Moniack. We have no fixed limit to the area covered by 'District'. If you live close enough to take part in our events, then you're in our district and welcome!

We look forward to seeing you soon and please get touch via email, or Facebook if you have any questions.

Storehouse of Foulis launching- It is a great place to get a coffee after a row!

Skiff No.2, currently in build (as yet un-named)

Skiff no1 Build (Grebe)