The Clydesdale Boathouse is fully equipped with a weights gym, suite of ergometers (rowing machines), male and female changing rooms (with showers), tea room (complete with tables, chairs and banter), and boat storage which is home to the Clydesdale Fleet.
The naming convention for boats in the fleet are as follows: Eights are named after Scottish mountains, Fours/Quads are named after Scottish Islands, Doubles/Pairs are named after Scottish Glens, Singles are named after Scottish rivers, and the Safety Launch after a Scottish Loch.
Eights: Ben Y Vrackie, Cruachan.
Coxed Fours/Quads: Shapinsay, Raasay, Ronaldsay
Coxless Fours/Quads: Colonsay, Stronsay and Islay
Doubles/Pairs: Glen Clova, Glen Finnan, Glen Fyne, Glen Garry, Glen Lochay, Glen Orchy, Gordon Day, O’Pair, and training double/pair Glen Trool.
Singles: Bervie, Deveron, Gogo, Keltie, Loanan, Morar, Second Wind, Talisker, Tummel and training boats Cree and Luce.
Safety launch: Katrine
Animated gifs courtesy of Ewoud Dronkert