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As the First Minister announced last week, restrictions for outdoor activity are set to ease from 1st April.
New biofuel introduced as standard at petrol forecourts this summer.
Three Northern Ireland sailors are all battling for a place at the Olympic Games with qualification events taking place in the next few weeks.
RYA responds to UK Government consultation on disposal of marine pyrotechnic flares.
Congratulations to Rob Mallett of Aztec Adventure
Teesdale Area Action Partnership supports OnBoard club for young sailors at Teesdale SWC.
Delegates from across the world tuned-in to the popular annual RYA event.
Royal Yachting Association launches Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion Strategy.
RYA ask for clarity on the Government's plans for withdrawing red diesel from recreational boaters in Northern Ireland.
New requirements have been introduced by OFCOM that will affect all licensable radio equipment carried on-board UK vessels.
Scottish Government allows travel to boats for essential maintenance in line with guidance for owners of second homes.
Traded second-hand boats between the UK and EU will now be required to meet the obligations set out in either the Recreational Craft Directive in the EU or the Recreational Craft Regulations in the UK.
Recreational boat owners in Northern Ireland could be affected by the HM Treasury decision outlining that, from June, they will be required to use white diesel instead of red.
Mike O’Donovan from Stokes Bay Sailing Club, Gosport, sailed his way to the top of the leader board to become Champion in the National Final of the RYA eSailing Winter Club Championship yesterday (Sunday 28 February).
HM Treasury confirm recreational boaters’ continued entitlement to red diesel.
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Congratulations Mike O'Donovan
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