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Defra seeks views on current marine licensing requirements
The Riley Family, another member of West Kirby Sailing Club and eight other volunteers from the North West were amongst the 57 people recognised at the RYA Volunteer Awards on Friday (16 November).
OnBoard Fun Fleets were run for the first time across the country as part of the Championship
Determination is one of the six OnBoard character attributes developed through sailing and windsurfing
Update on Government response to EU ruling
Two Lymington sailors were amongst the 57 people and teams who were recognised at the RYA Volunteer Awards on Friday (16 November).
Mike Samuelson from Bembridge, was amongst the 57 people and teams who were recognised at the RYA Volunteer Awards on Friday (16 November).
Mark Aitken, from Southampton, was amongst the 57 people and teams who were recognised at the RYA Volunteer Awards on Friday (16 November).
Worldwide Yacht Charter for an International Clientele!
Midlands Disability Development Officer coached the sailors at October's Invictus Games in Sydney
Former RYA Cymru Wales chair Dafydd Griffiths was amongst the 57 people who were recognised at the RYA Volunteer Awards.
New Handicap series wil give all youngsters in region the chance to race on a level playing field
A volunteer with Ballyholme Yacht Club has been honoured for his contribution to local sailing at the 2018 Sport NI SportMaker Awards.
The RYA Volunteer Awards 2018
It's been almost six months since the finalists and their clubs were revealed. So what have they been up to?
Latest beneficiaries of OnBoard and John Merricks Sailing Trust partnership revealed.
The RYA Midlands Affliated Clubs Conference took place on Saturday November 10.
Following the selection of the development teams in Topper, Laser Radial, Laser 4.7, 29er, Optimist and Techno Windsurfing the entire group met at Inverclyde on the weekend of the 10th and 11th of November.
Emsworth Sailing Club formally launched its centenary celebrations and commemorations with a reception in the clubhouse on Bath Road last weekend.
RYA Northern Ireland has received a prominent award from Disability Sport NI for its commitment to actively include people with disabilities.