Easdale Rib Rendezvous – An annual meet up of RIB enthusiasts and their boats to explore the West Coast of Scotland, based from Easdale Island, Near Oban PA34 4TB
PLEASE NOTE – Due to the Covid 19 pandemic the 2020 RIB Rendezvous is cancelled.

Event organised by Seafari Adventures, 5* Marine Wildlife Boat tour operators. Visit the amazing Corryvreckan whirlpool and discover the diversity of wildlife on sea and land this area has to offer. E-mail us



Read the Report of the 2019 Event HERE

2020 EVENT 
***Cancelled ***

1st-3rd May 2020

We are looking at Erraid with Iona nearby…. interesting lighthouse tales and Robert Louis Stevenson !
​ Free Registration now open.
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Website Created and Sponsored by Braw Holidays – Self Catering Accommodation and Camper Vans. 
www.brawholidays.co.uk
Come to Easdale and stay at An Lionadh a wonderful self catering house on the West of the island of Easdale. The house has 4 bedrooms and stunning views out to the islands of Scarba, Jura, Luing and Colonsay to name but a few. E-Mail us

Please note it is free to register for this event. Boats who use the harbour facilities are asked to pay a fee of £10 per night.

‘Can’t make it this year? Why not bring your boat another time? Go to Visit Easdale or for more info on the island and moorings.


What is Easdale Rib Rendezvous?

Easdale RIB Rendezvous is a RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat) adventure weekend on the glorious West Coast of Scotland, one of the most stunning areas in the UK for boaters due to the fantastic scenery, myriad islands, pristine waters and amazing wildlife. RIBers from all over the UK meet on Easdale Island, 25 minutes south of the bustling town of Oban for a weekend of hardcore boating with food and entertainment provided on the island on the Saturday night (click here to book). This is a FREE event organised by volunteers. Registration is essential.
Past events have seen over 30 boats visit the island of Colonsay in sunny but windy conditions which provided a bit of adrenaline, and our 2012 event saw over 30 boats take a trip up the Sound of Mull, to the picturesque town of Tobermory and down Loch Sunart to the village of Salen, with some boats taking up the challenge of circumnavigating the island of Mull.
It is a weekend of exploring with the added bonus of safety in numbers. You can go your own pace with a set route on the Saturday meeting for lunch at a chosen destination, and exploring at your own will on the Sunday.This ‘Cruise in Company’ event will hopefully attract experienced RIBsters and those who are wishing to expand their cruising horizons in the knowledge that other RIBs are nearby. Please REGISTER HERE
Eilean Eisdeal, owners of the sheltered harbour asks that all boats using the harbour facilities overnight pay a fee of £10 per night. The harbour does not receive ay public funding. Improvements such as the new pontoon has to be purchased by the community. It is important to this community that improved berthing at Easdale’s sheltered harbour whilst limited, continues.

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