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RYA Director of Racing, double Olympic medallist and Volvo Ocean Race winner Ian Walker to be keynote speaker
Feedback from the Satisfaction Survey
New weekend ticket announced
Ullswater event second only in size to South and South West at Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy!
The longest running continuous Sailability scheme in Wales, to help people with a disability go sailing, is celebrating it’s 12th anniversary, while one of the groups behind it celebrates their fiftieth.
Ambitious sailing clubs across Northern Ireland are being given the chance to develop and realise their vision through an innovative initiative by RYA Northern Ireland.
Nine sailors are ready to represent Team UK in the first ever Invictus Games sailing event
Weston Sailing Club (WSC) in Southampton has worked hard to become a club that offers fantastic sailing to physically disabled sailors.
Over 170 youngsters of all ages from more than 40 sailing clubs across London and the South East enjoyed a weekend of sailing fun at the RYA’s first Regional Junior Championships at Queen Mary Sailing Club on 29-30 September.
Peterborough Sailability, based in Ferry Meadows, Nene Park, were recently awarded the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service.
Wales squad sailor Tasmyn Green tamed the boys to win the Optimist title in the BYS Welsh Regional Championships at Pembrokeshire Yacht Club.
Watson and Hawkins ready to go in Buenos Aires
There was a close finish at the final event of the 2018 North West Senior Travellers took place at a breezy Elton Sailing Club.
Offshore RYA Training Centre has recognised Sailability's value to their young people
Latest thoughts as we celebrate the Youth Champs and move into Autumn.
Conway Centres: Anglesey have enjoyed a successful summer having been determined to find a way
Sailability gets Lincolnshire man back on the water after terminal brain tumour diagnosis
Eight proposed projects satisfy application criteria
Grants are available for application to all who meet the criteria
The British Youth Sailing Regional Junior Championships in the East Region took place on 29–30 September, welcoming some 250 young sailors aged 6-16 to take part in racing and fun activities over the two days, hosted by Grafham Water Sailing Club.