Get Involved!

What if I don't have a boat?

RYA Youth Sailing

Don't worry, your first opportunity is probably to crew and if you want to helm the Club has a number of boats for you to sail - Cadets, Laser 4.7s and Radials and Larks for those that want a two-handed boat when they move out of Cadets.

The Club also has a very active Sailability section, which encourages youngsters with disabilities or who are unable to participate in mainstream sporting activities to get on the water.

 

When does this all happen?

Saturday morning is the main time that all our youngsters get together for race training. Training sessions are run by some of the top Class experts and RYA coaches.

However, that's not all - Club racing takes place all weekend all year round and on Wednesday evenings in the summer.

 

Who's who, and how do I get involved?

Please contact any of us for further information.

Champion Club Co-ordinator
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Cadet Class Captains

Steph Videlo

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Nearly5 Group

(Laser 4.7, Laser Radial)

Dori West

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RS Teras

Robert Alheid

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Youth Sailability Mark Greenwood
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Other benefits of being part of the Volvo RYA Sailing Programme include:

  • a social side including BBQs and Discos
  • a discount for helpers on Musto clothing
  • free Club Race Coach training.

See you on the water!