A highlight of the sailing calendar - both from a sailing and a social perspective - is the famous PSBSC annual regatta which is an exciting summer fortnight for locals and visitors alike. Traditionally the Regatta begins on the first Monday after the 4th Sunday in July.
Races are spread throughout the fortnight and include races for juniors, centre board dinghies and of course, Plockton Local Boats, with the highlight being the Plockton Trophy, first raced for in 1934. In addition there is a yacht race - The Frithard Trophy held on the middle weekend of Regatta and a hotly contested fishing competition. Visitors are very welcome to join in the regatta (pending usual entry requirements) and many visitors tow their boats to Plockton to join in the fortnight and return year after year.
The regatta reaches its colourful conclusion with an entertaining concert and ceilidh on the second Friday followed by the Ragamuffin Race and dancing on the street on Regatta Saturday.
For details of exact times of events, duty rotas and race entry requirements, please see the 'Racing & Sailing' section of the website.