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George Ford, from Walton and Frinton Yacht Club, is one of three young OnBoard (OB) sailors to have been shortlisted for the 2020 Panerai Challenger Trophy, an award which promotes the power of sailing in positively impacting young people’s lives.
BKA is looking for young sailors
RNLI Safety Video partners with RYA Scotland to highlight safety issues as people head afloat this summer.
Have you considered taking flight this summer?
Applications close on Friday 11 September 2020
Great offers from Spinlock, Overboard, The Royal Yachting Britannia and Volvo
How the Sail Boat Project is developing community sailing: despite lockdown, and a yacht and Sail Boat Director marooned in Portugal
RYA issues COVID-19 Guidance on sailing and racing with different households
The Off The Water podcast aims to hear from the boating community in Scotland to share some of the stories and challenges from the people who enable our sport.
Clarification is sought on possible Brexit developments affecting boaters.
Do you know a sailor, 14 years of age of under who could benefit from exclusive use of their own boat or board for the next two years?
A case study of how Bury Lake Young Mariners have interpretted Government guidelines to get kids back OnBoard.
Through reserach with young people, teachers, parents/carers and instructors, report shows the benefits of OnBoard.
Pathways to Zero – Decarbonising Recreational and Support Boats – 11:00-12:30 and 13:15-15:00 on 6 August.
The Government ask for cruising information to shape future of Advance Voyage Notification service.
Over that last few months RYA Cymru Wales has been working hard to keep our clubs and centres update on current Welsh government guidelines and an essential component was the need for clubs, organisations and centres to complete COVID-19 training.
Peterborough Sailability enjoyed a very special celebration on Tuesday 21 July.
As Covid19 restrictions ease Arun Youth Aqua Centre has downed the ramp and tested the water.
Three young sailors shortlisted for incredible award, which promotes the power of sailing in positively impacting young people’s lives.