Latest news from the Royal Yachting Association
Updated: 2 hours 7 min ago
Self-managed social racing takes off in the region
Whitefriars SC returns cautiously to the water
Youngsters getting to grips with the new normal
All options being considered for Match Racing events
The RYA is urging clubs/RTCs to contact the Financial Conduct Authority if they have a Business Interruption policy that underwriters are refusing to provide cover on following the Coronavirus closures.
In a thrilling eSailing virtul finale, it's one and two for the South region in the eSailing Spring Class Championship Final.
With the ‘Wet’ Welsh Youth and Junior Championships 2020 postponed due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, RYA Cyrmru Wales wanted to keep sailors racing through esailing.
Women with a passion for sailing have joined together for an online “off the water festival” to celebrate everything the sport has to offer.
19 racers, five races and one champion - Mike O'Donovan, Laser Standard Class
Following continued dialogue alongside other NGB's, Sport Wales, Visit Wales, Outdoor Alliance and the Welsh Sports Association, the Welsh Government announced on Friday 19th June that outdoor sport facilities will be able to reopen.
How Spinnaker Sailing Club approached their return to boating following lockdown
Further Easing of Restrictions in Wales
RYA Scotland guidance for boating activity in Scotland has been updated for Phase 2 of the Scottish Government route map for moving out of lockdown.
How a new Facebook community is giving yacht sailors a year-round network hundreds of miles from the sea
Julia Blackman, Commodore at Downs Sailing Club, tells how the club is returning to sailing.
How are you coping with returning to sailing under the latest guidelines? Here are one sailor's reflections.....
The People’s Postcode Trust has supported Rye Harbour Sailability with an award of £19,617 to enable the charity to buy its second Sailability boat, a Drascombe Lugger.
While sailors weren’t able to take to the water during lockdown, they have been taking part in RYA Northern Ireland’s virtual forums, learning more about opportunities for funding and other important updates.
New Guidance shares advice on how best to ensure legal compliance when implementing COVID-19 policies.