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  • Club Sponsors

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    Ancasta International Boat Sales

    The largest yacht brokerage in Europe selling new and used power and sail boats. 23 offices, 40 brokers and 45,000 active buyers gives Ancasta an enviable position in the brokerage market. Ancasta boasts a team of fully trained and highly skilled brokers able to negotiate and conduct business on your behalf. Deals can be managed in English, French, Spanish, German, Dutch and Russian; the team has already concluded deals with over 30 nationalities. Ancasta also employs an in-house lawyer and many of the offices can draw upon dedicated technicians and boatyards who are able to prepare your boat for sale or help the new owner in their first days of ownership.

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    Neilson Holidays

    Neilson are the UK’s Leading Active Holidays Provider For Ski, Beach & Sailing Holidays. Book Now. Welcome To Holidays For Doers. For Get Up And Give It A Goers. Book Online Today. Relaxing Isn’t Easy. Different Kind Of Holiday. All-You-Can-Do Holidays.)1266721:800(

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    We sell, implement and provide managed services for Infor M3 Cloudsuite and IFS Applications software.

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    Sprung Studios

    Sprung Studios is the world’s most established and premium development partner for UX/UI Design in games.

  • Regatta

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    Sussex Regatta

    The Sussex Regatta is an annual yacht racing regatta run by a committee of the Sussex Combined Clubs. The location varies from year to year, with responsibility for hosting rotating between the three main organising clubs, BMYC, SYC and SHYC.

  • Navigation

  • Weather

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    UK Met Office

    Right across the world, every single day, people make decisions based on the weather. We provide weather and climate forecasts to help with those decisions so people can be safe, well and prosperous.

    Everything we do is based on world-leading science and enhanced by the close working relationships we have with partner organisations around the globe. We collect and make sense of massive amounts of data every day, using cutting-edge technology for the benefit of mankind – and our planet.

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    Predict Wind

    PredictWind has developed an algorithm based routing tool that uses the most accurate forecasts to give you ideal sailing routes and forecasts for your journey.

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    Great weather site + has an app

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    A great website for weather – has a mobile app also

  • Safety

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    The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea. Powered primarily by kind donations, our search and rescue service has been saving lives for nearly 200 years.

    We are a charity founded upon and driven by our values of selflessness, courage, dependability and trustworthiness, with volunteers at our heart. Values shared by generations of supporters like you who have powered our lifesaving work through your kindness and generosity for almost 200 years.

    The vast majority of RNLI people are volunteers – ordinary people doing extraordinary things – supported by expert staff, all working together to help communities at home and abroad save lives.

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    HM Coastguard

    HM Coastguard coordinates all maritime search and rescue (SAR) operations in the UK through a network of coastguard stations, operating 24 hours a day. Staff in operations rooms coordinate the response to a variety of incidents from lost or missing people to climbers stuck on cliffs or vessels missing at sea.

    HM Coastguard receives requests for assistance in many forms including 999 calls, mayday and pan pan broadcast, calls on VHF DSC and Channel 16 and satellite distress calls.

    For emergency help at sea or at the coast, call 999 and ask for the Coastguard.

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    National Coastwatch Institution

    The objective of the National Coastwatch Institution (NCI) is to support the UK Coastguard in the protection and preservation of life at sea and along the coast.

    If you are in the area, for local maritime information, current weather conditions and sea state and radio checks please call NCI Newhaven or NCI Shoreham on maritime VHF channel 65. They also broadcast the local weather on VHF65 at 08:30, 11:30, 14:30 and 17:30. (The 17:30 broadcast is for British Summer Time period only

    NCI is open from 08:00 until 20:00 in the Summer (BST) and 08:00 to sunset in the Winter (GMT)

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    The Royal Yachting Association is the national governing body for dinghy, motor and sail cruising, all forms of sail racing, RIBs and sportsboats, windsurfing and personal watercraft, and is a leading representative body for inland waterways cruising in the UK.

  • Boat Data

  • Sail Boat Data

    This site has detailed specifications for a large number of boats

  • AIS Trackers

  • Magazines - Online

  • Tom Cunliffe

    It’s good to have you on board. Here you can book me for a lecture, after-dinner speech, consultancy or some sailing tuition. Then, take a look at the bookshop and, after browsing, do check out my video blogs. These are updated as often as I can and range from professional half-hour films to short chatty commentaries on life around the waterfront.

  • Yachting World

    Yachting World has had its finger on the pulse of sailing since 1894 (though some of us joined a little more recently). We reckon we are the most enthusiastic sailing fans in the world: we love boats of all kinds, modern and classic, we like racing and cruising, are fascinated by innovation yet revere tradition, and nothing that floats is too big or too small for our tastes.

  • Yachting Monthly

    Yachting Monthly is at the heart of the British yachting market and is for people who actively sail their boats whether cruising across the channel, around the coast or further afield in blue waters.

    It provides an entertaining mix of vital information for cruising yachtsmen with all levels of experience, which maximises their enjoyment, increases their skills and gives them the confidence to broaden their horizons.

  • Practical Boat Owner

    PBO was launched in 1967 since when it has consistently outsold every other yachting magazine in Britain. If you would like to contribute, please read the contributors’ guidelines.

    As the brand leader it provides a unique blend of helpful advice and in-depth information for every kind of yachtsman; power or sail.

    PBO is a hands-on publication which is driven by its readers. A source of useful and helpful information for boat owners, both power and sail, it helps them get the most from their chosen leisure activity.

    Inside every issue you’ll find clear step-by-step guide to every seasonal hands-on boating job, plus verdicts on the latest gear and boat tests too.

  • Sailing today

    Offering a wealth of practical advice and a dynamic mix of in-depth boat, gear and equipment news, Sailing Today is written cover to cover by sailors, for sailors. Since its launch in 1997, the magazine has sealed its reputation for essential sailing information and advice.

  • The $tingy Sailor

    The $tingy Sailor is a blog about restoring and improving small sailboats trailer sailors, pocket cruisers, hobbit yachts, whatever you want to call them. It’s not only about fixing up sailboats, it’s about doing it economically. That doesn’t necessarily mean doing it the cheapest way. In some cases, quality pays. The $tingy Sailor is about knowing when to pay more and when not to.

  • Ship & Boat Registrations

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    UK Ships Register

    Small Ships Register

    The Small Ships Register (SSR) provides a simple form of non-title registration for eligible UK residents who own pleasure vessels that are less than 24 metres in overall length.

    The new online registration system has launched for new registration

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    EPIRB & PLB registration

    A UK 406 megahertz (MHz) beacon sends a distress signal to alert search and rescue authorities to your location.

    You can register & update the following types of UK 406 MHz beacon:

    • Personal Locator Beacon (PLB), for any use
    • Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) or Simplified Voyage-Data Recorder, for maritime use
    • Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) or ELT dongle, for aircraft use
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    Ofcom - Radio licenses

    Ship radio and ship portable radio

    Ship radio is used for the safe navigation of vessels and for making distress calls in emergency situations. It enables communication with coast stations, port/harbour authorities and other vessels.

    Ship radio uses medium frequency (MF), very high frequency (VHF), high frequency (HF), and ultra high frequency (UHF) radio equipment. It can also use satellite communications equipment, radar equipment, emergency position indicating radio beacons (EPIRB), and search and rescue transponders (SART).

    Ofcom provide licenses for operator and boat radios. These are renewable every 5 years

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