Taymara (Tay Maritime Action) is a voluntary sector organisation which exists to serve the local communities of Tayside with our vessels.
Fife, Dundee, Angus and Perth & Kinross
Taymara (Tay Maritime Action) is a voluntary sector organisation which exists to serve the local communities of Tayside – i.e. the geographic areas of Fife, Dundee, Angus and Perth & Kinross. Our vessels and qualified crews provide safe access to the exciting Tay river marine environment to impart knowledge, qualifications, skills and memorable maritime experiences for all, but especially for those who are disadvantaged or vulnerable.
WE can help YOU and how YOU can help US, while benefiting from a fresh and stimulating perspective on life, prospects, potential, knowledge and skills.
Here at Taymara we have a number of active projects. Each project is unique and provides a service to the community.
We are currently working on three projects; Taymara Heritage Experience, Time for Life and Improving Lives.
You Enable Taymara
Our sincere thanks to the following without which Taymara’s current operations would not take place:
– Mr. Graham Meyer
– Mr. Clive McKeag
Many more people have helped Taymara, Continue reading to view our supporters.
Spring, Summer and Autumn
Taymara augments grant funding and the generosity of individuals by providing a season of river tours
Departing from variously Broughty Ferry and Tayport, they are a wonderful opportunity for viewing wildlife, scenery and heritage on Scotland’s largest river
Also, our educational and therapeutic river trips are available for children aged 5 to 18 with serious illnesses and for the children’s parents – they are completely free for these families
How you can help
We particularly welcome people with seagoing experience and those with current qualifications.
– But we love teaching those who are willing to learn.
We are also keen to attract more young people, more women members, people with learning difficulties and those from ethnic and LGBT communities.
Taymara exists primarily to serve three target groups: People, in particular children, suffering from severe chronic illness.
Disabled people, particularly although not exclusively those with a learning disability.
Offenders, for whom our experience and training can provide practical skills. employment prospects and new social avenues.
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