May 25, 2020

What have we been up too…..

Our last weekend on the water was in March just before the Monday lockdown, but was great to end on a high.

But we acted fast as a committee and put our training and fun get togethers online, thanks to Zoom.  Wednesday was fun and laughter wit...

March 30, 2020

Well with a great start to 2020, being back at South Cerney Sailing Club and joining in with their winter racing their Chill Dog Series.  Our focus for winter training was time, time ashore, time to ask a question and time to think.  Sailing at South Cerney allowed the...

November 21, 2019

GBR Blind Sailing volunteer received a prestigious RYA award from HRH Princess Anne this Friday, ending the 2019 season on a huge high for the charity. 

The RYA Volunteer Awards celebrate the outstanding contributions made by volunteers throughout the UK and a...

November 19, 2019

The Blind Sailing nationals was hosted by South Cerney Sailing Club, a new club to Blind Sailing but home to two of our volunteers Jonny Stevenson and Malcolm James.    Friday kicked off with a familiarisation day for the sailors. The boats they would be using for the...

October 15, 2019

Blind Sailing were truly thankful to Nic Douglass Adventures of a Sailor Girl for supporting the team the the Keel Boat League final.  

Nic posted:

Two weeks ago I had the opportunity to help out Blind Sailing UK when they raced in the final of the British Keelboat Leagu...

September 9, 2019

The final days of racing were mixed for all teams at the 2019 Blind Sailing Fleet Racing World Championships.  After no racing on Day 5 due to lack of wind, day 6 looked promising with a more optimistic North Westerly building, but little did the team know it was to be...

September 6, 2019

The people of Kingstone and Kingstone Yacht Club have warmly welcomed GBR.  As you will read from the individual reports each day is different and each race is different, from first look at a Shark 24 on Saturday, the teams have put all their knowledge together and are...

September 4, 2019

Kingstone Yacht Club play host to the 2019 Blind Fleet Racing World Championships, with seven countries from around the World including, Canada, France, USA, Australia, Japan alongside four teams from Great Britain.

Kingston’s Yacht Club is a friendly and welcoming plac...

September 2, 2019

The team have had a warm welcome to Canada and are all set to defend their Blind Sailing World Title.

Kingston Yacht Club (KYC), are the proud hosts of the 2019 Blind Fleet Racing World Championships in conjunction with World Sailing, with 7 country’s for around the Wor...

July 10, 2019

Starting on the 1st September, Kingston Yacht Club, in Canada will be hosting teams from around the World.  Great Britain will be looking to defend the Squadron Cup, alongside setting their sights on individual medals.  In 2017 the team came home with two Golds and two...

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