Latest news from the Royal Yachting Association
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Implementation of the CJEU judgment on diesel fuel used in private pleasure craft
Round-up and results from the National Match Racing Qualifier 1
Fourteen sailing clubs across Northern Ireland have been given a unique opportunity by RYANI to grow and develop their clubs.
Vita and Milly take the top spot in Portugal
RYA Scotland will respond to marine conservation consultation
Young sailing stars from Ireland and the UK have battled it out at Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club in Holywood for the Topper Irish National Championships.
Team 15 Event 1 of the Interclub series 15/16 June 2019
The first event of the Team 15 calendar was hosted by the Newburgh Sea Gorillaz out of Peterhead in exceptional conditions.
11-year-old on why Sailability is #morethansailing to him
Could you run Sailability powerboating to achieve the same?
Advice for boaters on how to attach safety lines and the best equipment to use
Two more spots secured on the 2020 calendar
'Great experience' for British sailors in Puerto Sherry
Sailors from Chesil Sailability worked hard at the 2019 RYA Sailability Multiclass Regatta this weekend (05-07 July) at the WPNSA.
A Berkshire sailing club, Reading Sailing Club, has achieved the standard to become the county’s first British Youth Sailing (BYS) Recognised Club as part of the RYA’s programme celebrating excellence in developing sailing stars of the future.
The Norfolk Schools Sailing Association (NSSA), based in Filby, near Great Yarmouth, are continuing their 60th Anniversary Celebrations with a special party on 13 July.
A youngster whose love of sailing has helped her overcome significant challenges in her life was one of three runners-up when the prestigious Panerai Challenger Trophy awards were presented in London on June 22.
The Blind Sailing team were crowned champions at the 2019 RYA Sailability Multiclass Regatta this weekend (05-07 July).
Boaters asked to remain vigilant as single Asian hornet spotted