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Tideway Sailability and two sailors from the South East are among the organisations and individuals who have been shortlisted as finalists for the 2019 RYA Sailability Annual Awards.
Opportunity to input on draft policies and supporting text for marine planning in the north east, north west, south east and south west
The RYA Scotland Annual Awards, the annual celebration of the successes and people involved across recreational and competitive boating, took place at The Chartroom in Kip Marina on Saturday the 19th of January.
Ipswich bridge plan scrapped after £8m spent
Last year's findings are already helping clubs like yours meet their better members' needs
Charitable donation helps Plymouth club deliver regional and national championships
Itchenor Sailing Club is celebrating the success of its first season of ‘Pay and Play Sailing’.
What creativity really means and why mastering it makes everything else easier
Delegates all over Northern Ireland have congregated at Donaghadee Sailing Club for RYA Northern Ireland’s Club Conference. More than 30 delegates from 16 clubs and centres attended the event on Saturday 1 December
Voting is close in the Club of the Year 2019 Awards!
A well respected and loved sailing coach
Multi-agency task force set to review small craft fishing gear entanglements
The Midlands' cruising clubs could be your answer to sailing in the sun
British Youth Sailing scheme continues to grow
Why Staunton Harold's Poppy Penhaul-Smith should inspire your club to nominate this year
Dominic Atherton of Grafham Water Sailing Club has been awarded a Topper Dinghy.
Nominate your young club stars today!
Senior marine executives officially launch new code at the Little Ship Club