Little Ship Club
The Little Ship Club is a yacht club for sailors, power boaters and non-sailors alike in the centre of London. The Club has kindly offered members of the RAYC access to facilities and to the extensive training programme.
The James Myatt Trust helps young people aged between 16 and 25 to experience sail training sea going voyages. The voyage would be on a sailing vessel operated by the Association of Sail Training Organisations (ASTO). Details of the Trust, how to apply for sponsorship and hew to donate may be found here.
A biography of James Myatt including his background with the Gunners is included here.
The Royal Solent Yacht Club is located on the seafront next to Yarmouth Pier and enjoys unrivalled views of the Western Solent. With excellent Bar and Catering facilities, visiting yachtsmen and visitors from affiliated clubs and other RYA clubs are always welcome.
The Royal Southern Yacht Club is committed to sail racing, both traditional and cutting edge.
The core programme is based upon four Summer Series Regattas, offering competitive racing for IRC classes, Cruiser Class, Sports Boat and Keel Boat classes.
The ASA was formed in 1947 to manage sailing as a sport within the Army and to represent its interests at Service and national level. It caters for all sailing disciplines, including offshore and inshore yacht racing, dinghy and keel-boat racing, windsurfing and kitesurfing.
With Club membership of the Royal Yachting Association (RYA), the ASA is a Recognised Training Centre and entitled to run RYA sail training and power-boating courses.
Turn to Starboard is a registered charity using sail training to support Armed Forces personnel affected by military operations. We help retired and serving personnel and their families.