The Guernsey Sailing Trust was established in 1988 to enable local children from all walks of life to experience and enjoy the fun and challenges involved with sailing, as well as to make the sport accessible to all. Over the years the Trust, with constantly improving facilities and resources, has been able to expand the training it provides to cover all aspects of sailing, seamanship and navigation.
The Guernsey Sailing Trust is a Royal Yachting Association Recognised Training Centre, which means that it is required to maintain the safety and teaching standards laid down by the RYA and undergoes annual inspections to ensure these conditions are fulfilled. During school term time the Sailing Trust is fully occupied in teaching sailing to the Islands Secondary and Junior Schools. Throughout the school holidays, various water-based RYA courses are run and are open to anyone who would like to learn to sail, from the age of 6.
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