4 days ago
Sharks are back - the weather was perfect yesterday to get the Sharks back on the water. A gentle breeze gave everyone time to adjust to sailing again after such a long break. Three training groups, from racers to chillaxers enjoying the session.
Huge thanks as always to our volunteer coaches who give up their time at weekends and amazing to see the progression of our cadets!
RYA Northern Ireland
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5 days ago
Have you recently purchased a new stand-up #paddleboard (SUP)? Or maybe you’re a regular paddler? 🌊
Whatever your experience, if you’re heading out paddling this #bankholidayweekend, follow our 'SUP'er safety tips:
✅ Take a fully charged phone in a waterproof pouch 📱
✅ Buddy up - go with someone else if you can 👭
✅ Or tell someone where you're going/when you'll be back
✅ Check weather and tides. If in doubt, don’t go out ☂️
✅ Always wear a Personal Flotation Device and leash 🌊
Make sure you can reach your phone so you can call for our help if you need it - even the most experienced can get caught out. #999Coastguard
🚨 Remember, in an emergency at the coast, call 999 and ask for the Coastguard. 🚨
Visit the following link for further safety tips from our friends at the RNLI: bit.ly/3vqBET2
British Stand Up Paddle Association
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7 days ago
Topper sailors, entries will open on Saturday 1st May @ 9.00am.
Please read the NOR fully before booking.
We are unsure at this stage of what restrictions will be in place and may have to reduce numbers, if this happens places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. If your place is cancelled due to COVID restrictions a full refund will be given.
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