Scottish Traditional Boat Festival 2007

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Archive of the 14th
Scottish Traditional Boat Festival

June 30th and July 1st 2007

15th Festival on 21-22 June 2008

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for 2008 website - click HERE

Patrons - The Rt Hon The Earl of Seafield and Mrs Clare Russell, Lord Lieutenant of Banffshire Sponsors - The Festival sincerely thanks the many sponsors who make the event possible. click HERE

Theme for 2007

This is the Web site for the 14th Scottish Traditional Boat Festival in 2007. The Web site will fill with details about different parts of the Festival as they emerge. Check back regularly to find out what's new.

All proceeds from the festival and related events go towards The Scottish Traditional Boat Festival - Registered Charity number SC037542

In the meantime you can find out about past goings on in the archives. New visitors will find this very useful. It gives a good flavour of what all you can expect at this increasingly popular family festival. "It's nae jist aboot boats!"
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It's nae jist ...

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As one amazed visitor noted, "It's nae jist aboot boats!"

The Festival is a great family weekend event with one of the largest collections of traditional boats in Scotland. But that's not all.

At the Festival you can discover, enjoy and participate in maritime activities, craft demonstrations, a non stop programme of music, dance and drama, a food fayre, a road run and much much more.

And there is more to the Festival than a single weekend of family fun and participation.

Dealing particularly with young people, the Festival also works throughout the year to promote awareness of, and participation in, the rich traditional culture and skills of Scotland's North East.

This involves an expanding programme of music tuition, sailing and boat building and participation in the performing and visual arts.

As the amazed visitor might also have noted, "It's nae jist the ae weekend!"