Charles Taylor Woodwork

have been kind enough to donate the hard wood specifically for our oars.  A link to their website can be found below. Many thanks for all the help.

The Workshop Port Seton

Is a friendly shop which sells all kinds of work wear and specialised paints, Well worth a look if your needing a new pair of wellies!

Thorntree Inn

Local pub which has been our un-official clubhouse for the last few years where you can regularly find some of the ancient mariners sipping on some fine brews

Edinburgh Sports Cars

Owned by a member of our club this garage has served the club very well doing all kinds of jobs such as reconditioning an existing trailer and building a new one from scratch. Also helps massivley in towing the boats to the many regattas. Very honest garage and very competitive prices.

JRM products

Supply and produce Hop for making Brew, This international company is based locally and supports the local causes.


Zetland banking company have happily provided boatie blest the help needed to get a new set of oars which is much appreciated.

Robin Abbey Signwriters

Robin has been involved in the club since it was established in 2010. During this period he has cast his expert eye over many of the paint jobs and has done all the signwriting and Guilding which can been seen everywhere in our club from the door of the shed, to the bow of the boat. He is easily contacted through the club and his experience in his field of work is highly sought after by many customers.

Ocean Side East

Very sociable cafe based on the main street in port seton, Does hot food all day and also a welcome supply of cakes, juice and a range of hot drinks. You can often find several of the rowers in here on a Sunday morning eating doubler rolls! (tattie scone and haggis with brown sauce is a personal favorite of mine!)

Boatie Blest is recognised as a fairtrade group – Coffee Mornings and events promote the use of fairtrade produce.










Frank Cameron (joiner)

 Boatieblest would very much like to thank Frank for the use of his fabby expensive router machine and 3 hrs of his time setting it and in the end doing the work on Boatie rows gunnels. It is very much appreciated.

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