Taymara is a not for profit charity serving the local community, using boats and nautical training to harness the positive aspects of a marine environment for all members of our local community, regardless of income or status.
Taymara (Tay Maritime Action) is a charity run entirely by volunteers on a not for profit basis for the benefit of the local community.
We aim to provide a community boat service and maritime experience through sightseeing and dolphin watching trips which allow great opportunities to see the river and its wildlife as it should be seen – from the water!
In addition, we aim to provide sea training for individuals and vulnerable groups who might normally be excluded from this experience.
We also work closely with organisations who provide recovery and rehabilitation programmes which encompass drug and alchohol abuse.
In response to a call by UNESCO for ships world-wide to commemorate the day, North Carr’s foghorn is to sound on June 28th in remembrance of lives lost at sea during WW1
Read more – Foghorn and WW1 centenary
The coaster “Thebe” seen from Badger as we transported charity rower David Winch and his boat to Newburgh before turning round and escorting him back as he rowed down the Tay to Broughty Ferry. David was raising funds for Marie Curie Cancer Care and the RNLI. Taymara is happy to support other local charities and individual initiatives.
We work with various agencies involved in the rehabilitation, reintegration and social inclusion of individuals. This 6 week training course for the SPS is completed in Marigot and was planned and carried out entirely by the trainees on the course.
Taymara functions on several levels. We offer maritime experience and training for all members of our local community regardless of income. We also run fundraising passenger carrying trips throughout the Tay Estuary from the North Sea to Perth.
(Taymara is registered in Scotland, Charity number SC039319. Company number SC334650)