Ocean Youth Trust South is a sail training charity offering adventure under sail to young people aged 12-25 from the widest possible range of backgrounds.
We are a small club established to promote safety at sea and small boat angling. We have in excess of 150 members with over 90 boats.
Situated in a prominent position overlooking the busy port of St Helier, the capital of Jersey, St. Helier Yacht Club, now in its second century, enjoys an unrivalled view of local boating activity.St Helier Yacht Club has a year-round calendar packed with activities both on and off the water which are open to both members and visitors.
Trearddur Bay Sailing Club, is a vibrant and friendly community of sailors located on the stunning Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. The club has a history dating back over 100 years, and are proud to have a reputation as one of the premier sailing clubs in the region.
Welcome to the Worthing Yacht Club Web site. We'll be keeping it updated with lots of information for members and anyone else who wants to find out more about our activities
Formed in 1997, the CRRU is a small non-profit research organisation based in northeast Scotland working for the conservation and protection of whales, dolphins and porpoises in Scottish waters through scientific investigation, environmental education and the provision of a 24 hour veterinary service for sick, injured and stranded individuals. The charity currently has projects in Scotland, Gibraltar and Thailand, with studies aiming to increase our present knowledge of these enigmatic marine mammals to provide robust scientific data for the adoption of management measures and effective conservation strategies for their future protection.
Currently the CA has 16 UK sections, from Essex to the Highlands, and Baltic and Mediterranean sections. It organises an extensive programme of lectures, courses and social events primarily during the winter months and rallies in the summer months and publishes an almanac and cruising guides.
The Cruising Association of Ireland - A merry band of sailors with the common interest of cruising. All bound together with a love of the water, memories and friendships to last a lifetime.
Campaigning for the restoration, use, maintenance, and development of Britain's inland waterways.
The Maritime Volunteer Service is a recognised national maritime training organisation and a UK registered charity with more than 25 units around the country providing training to nationally and internationally recognised standards, serving local communities especially in times of need or emergency and taking part in resilience exercises ashore and afloat.
The RYA is the UK’s national association for all forms of recreational and competitive boating, representing sailing, motor cruising, sports boats, windsurfing, inland boating, powerboat racing and personal watercraft.
duck-2-water is a RYA Training centre based in the Southampton and Solent Area. Running frequent SRC VHF/DSC Radio courses all year round both at weekends and during the week.
Dun Laoghaire Powerboat school is situated in Dun Laoghaire Harbour, with it's large area of sheltered water which is ideal for year round boat training.
The PWP has been set-up to represent the PWC industry and to provide information and resources to authorities, harbours etc to help them assess potential issues (safety, environment, noise etc) with the use of PWCs in their area and provide tools and information to help manage their use.
Operating Marine Transmitters requires an appropriate Radio Operator's certificate. Contact RT Training for Radio Training on ICOM equipment.
We are a Falmouth based RYA Sailing School operating out of Falmouth Haven.
Seavoice Training is an accredited Royal Yachting Association (RYA) approved training centre based in the North West of England, headed up by principal trainer Paul Harrison. Paul has over 20 years’ experience in Search & Rescue operations and Distress, Urgency and Safety communications.
Weymouth & Portland National Sailing Academy Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy is a centre for the sport of sailing on the Isle of Portland, Dorset, on the south coast of England, United Kingdom.Local, national and international sailing events have been held at the site since it was opened in 2000, and in 2005 WPNSA was selected to host the sailing events at the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The BSS was jointly established in 1997 by the Environment Agency and British Waterways to promote safety on the inland waterways in respect of boats, their installations and components.
The leading public body for protecting and improving the environment in England and Wales.
HMRC is responsible for collecting the bulk of tax revenue.
Home of the Irish Coast Guard
The Irish Sailing Association is the national governing body for sailing in Ireland.
Irish Water Safety is the statutory voluntary body established to promote water safety in Ireland. We educate people in water safety best practices.
Government agency that promotes safety and standards in the maritime industry.
The National Independent Lifeboat Association (NILA) is a charity that was formed in 2022 to promote and support independent lifeboat organisations across the United Kingdom. NILA’s mission is to give a voice, assistance and advice to the growing community of independent lifeboats across the United Kingdom, creating a valued, professional and recognised resource for water-based search and rescue.
Homepage of Ofcom's Maritime licence.
Official site of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.
The governing body for pleasure boating in the United Kingdom.
Sites of other interest
AnglersAfloat have been offering help and information to the kayak fishing community since 2003. The site grew from our first kayak project the Ocean Kayak Caper into a host of projects, safety guidance, news, reviews and a busy forum offering advice through its members. AnglesrAfloat has grown with the help and support of its sponsors within the Marine and Kayak industries.
UK online marine marketplace with a selection of over 12,000 boats listed by individuals and professional brokers.
The web resource for Imray’s ‘East Coast Pilot’
The purpose of this site is to promote safe and responsible use of Personal Watercraft in the coastal waters of the County of Gwynedd, create a meeting point for PWC riders from within the County, and welcome those from further afield who enjoy the sport.
Email Service for Yachts.
An online pilotage guide providing timely and detailed information about the various ports, harbours, estuaries, rivers and inlets around the coasts of the UK. Each harbour has pilotage details, free large-scale charts, Quick links to all our nautical charts, and photo galleries. It is designed to be of maximum use to all harbour users and specifically skippers of small craft, power or sail.
The ITCA work closely with the RYA to deliver one of the world's most extensive under-16 race training programmes and hosts the Topper National Series. Many of the ITCA's sailors progress from the Topper Class into Olympic, International and National Classes, and the Class is well represented in the Olympic Development Squads.
Oyster Yachts build bluewater sailing yachts, who’s DNA is rooted in over 20 million bluewater sailing miles and more than 90 circumnavigations. From 50 to 120 feet, these luxury cruising sailing boats are the ultimate hybrid adventure machines, well provisioned and hand-crafted from exceptional materials. The brand prides itself on the global family that has grown around the yachts and world class after sales and technical support. Owners are invited to take part in events including the Oyster World Rally to circumnavigate the globe and annual regattas in Palma and Antigua.
The world's greatest sailing event.