Coincides with Yachting Monthly Scottish special

Today the Brewin Dolphin Scottish Series announced its sponsors for the 2009 event. A pivotal role to the running of the event, sponsors offer a range of support to the event, from on the water medical cover to the provision of shore-side entertainment.

Among this year’s sponsors’ line up is title sponsor, Brewin Dolphin along with EventScotland, Luddon Construction, GSS Plant, Tunnocks, Glasgow Council, Terberg DTS, Highland Spring, Raynet, Tarbert Enterprise Company, Tarbert Harbour Authority, Argyll & Bute Council and Crown Estates.*

Jeremy Glen, Event Chairman of Clyde Cruising Club, said “We would like to thank the sponsors for their continued sponsorship of the Brewin Dolphin Scottish Series. It is encouraging to see so many companies have remained committed to supporting the event in this challenging economic climate. Sponsors play a key role in facilitating all aspects of the event, for competitors and spectators alike; and ensure the Scottish Series continues to thrive.”

Paul Bush OBE, Chief Operating Officer at EventScotland, the national events agency said “The Brewin Dolphin Scottish Series is a much anticipated event on the Scottish calendar and we are pleased to be part of it this year. The event is of great importance to not only the local area but also for Scotland as a whole. It puts Tarbert and the West Coast of Scotland on the map and brings great benefits for local businesses and residents.”

The 2009 Brewin Dolphin Scottish Series takes place during the bank holiday weekend from Friday 22 May to Monday 25 May in Tarbert, Loch Fyne on Scotland’s stunning West Coast. The event boasts racing for 14 separate classes on three different race courses and offers pre-regatta Tarbert Inbound Races, which set off from Bangor, Northern Ireland and Inverkip on the West Coast of Scotland. Further details about this year’s event, and entry forms, are available now from the Clyde Cruising Club website:

SEE YACHTING MONTHLY MAY ISSUE for a 10 page special on Scotland.