115KM Race

Circumnavigating the Island is a journey of 63 nautical miles. The current record holder is John Willay completing in 10 hours 33 minutes on the 24th August 2016. At a slower pace kayaking around the Island’s coast over four days can become a pleasant camping trip.

14 North

Warm and relaxing, 14 North is light, with big windows overlooking Douglas Bay Yacht Club. The restaurant has been showcasing the Island’s finest produce since 2010, offering simple, delicious, seasonal, locally sourced ingredients.   Photo by Christina Corkill  

1886 Bar & Grill

1886 Bar and Grill, is a trendy Sports and Cocktail bar. located in an old post office. There are upstairs and downstairs restaurants with extensive Menus.  They also host an over 25s bar, for those quiet get togethers and private hire.

1st Arbory Scouts

Each week, several hundred boys, girls and young adults on the Isle of Man go Scouting (including Beavers, and Cubs). Today, there are an estimated 58 million scouts in 216 countries and territories around the world. Scouting is the world’s biggest youth organisation. http://www.1starboryscouts.blogspot.com  

1st Ballaugh Scouts

Since 1909, there have been Manx Scouts promoting the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential, as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities.

1st Douglas Scouts

Established in 1909 this still remains the Island’s oldest continuous Scout group.    

1st Laxey Scouts

There are an estimated 58 million scouts in 216 countries and territories around the world. Scouting is the world’s biggest youth organisation. The aim of Scouting is to promote the development of young people. The method of achieving the aim is through progressive training and the provision of exciting and adventurous activities.

1st Malew Scouts

The aim of Scouting is to promote the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential, as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities.  

1st Marown Scouts

Cubs meet at Marown School while Scouts meet at St John’s Methodist Church Hall. Recent activities at Cubs have included visits to the Energy from Waste Plant and Manx Aviation Museum at Ronaldsway. Badges include a Conservation Badge, an Aviator Badge, and a Cyclists Badge. The Scouts activities have included visiting the Energy from Waste […]

1st Ramsey Scouts

Scouting is the world’s biggest youth organisation. The aim of Scouting is to promote the development of young people. The programme is a progression of training, activities and awards (as well as fun) for young people aged 6 to 25.