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Sailing Lessons for Service Families

Crofton school have been offered an opportunity for our students of Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Fleet Auxiliary families to attend a week of funded sailing lessons.

 

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Greenwich Hospital and the Royal Naval Sailing Association (RNSA) are delighted to announce the launch of an exciting new project that will provide free sailing opportunities for young people of families of personnel serving in the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Fleet Auxiliary. 


The RNSA, the charity that provides the sport of sailing for the Navy, funded by Greenwich Hospital will be offering free RYA start sailing weeks delivered through the Andrew Simpson Foundation (ASF) across the UK.  This is a super exciting chance to support Service families and introduce them to the fun and many benefits of sailing. 

 

The dedicated courses start this Easter and the aim is to get hundreds of 11-17 year olds sailing in 2024 and beyond.  We will be doing everything we can to make these weeks fully accessible and inclusive with no previous experience needed.  They will include a water safety element to help develop confidence for those less well versed with the sea! 

 

The RNSA team will be reaching out to explain the offer, help with the booking process and guide applicants through the process.  Enquiries should be directed to youthsailing@rnsa.org.uk  and the website will be available for bookings from 11 March (www.rnsayouthcrew.org.uk).  Please do get in touch as sailing really is fun and does provide a great vehicle for building a whole range of skills in young people as well as enhancing fitness and well-being.  We will also be looking at follow on pathways to help young people take up ‘Sailing for Life’.



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