All RYA activity to cease over Easter

The RYA will be closed over the Easter break (4 to 19 April) to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus. The message is clear: stay home, protect the NHS, and save lives

Sailing Clubs benefit from Business Grant and Rate packages

Sailing clubs up and down the country are already beginning to benefit from the £22 billion grant and business rates package recently announced by the Chancellor

£195 million package to help sport and physical activity through coronavirus

Sport England is making up to £195 million of funding available to help the sport and physical activity sector through the ongoing coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis

Sailing Club shutdown hits membership numbers

The RYA is encouraging all boaters to continue to support their local sailing clubs, marinas, class associations and training centres during the Coronavirus pandemic

RYA extends suspension of organised activity

On Thursday 26 March the RYA extended the current suspension of its directly organised events and training until at least 31 May 2020

Selected for Tokyo 2020 . . . but for 2021?

The postponement  of the Tokyo Olympic Games to – no later than summer 2021 – because of the coronavirus pandemic raises a number of questions for the RYA and Team GB

Tokyo Olympic Games postponed to 2021 . . . World Sailing responds

The IOC President and the Prime Minister of Japan have concluded that the Tokyo Olympics must be rescheduled to a date beyond 2020 but not later than summer 2021

British Sailing Team adapt to challenging times

Right now, members of the British Sailing Team should have been competing at the 470 World Championships and others training in Palma ahead of the Princess Sofia Trophy regatta

RYA suspends organised events and training

In light of the developing situation around coronavirus, the RYA is to postpone its directly organised events and training until at least 30 April

RYA Dinghy Show 2020 – A move in time?

The move of the RYA Dinghy show from Alexandra Palace to The Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre may just have arrived in time