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Restarting sailing after Lockdown - In conversation with the RYA's Alistair Dickson

by Mark Jardine 7 May 15:00 UTC
Boats looking forward to having their covers off © Mark Jardine

Mark Jardine, Managing Editor of Sail-World.com and YachtsandYachting.com, talks to Alistair Dickson, the RYA's Director of Sport Development about the prospect of restarting sailing after lockdown, and the work that the Royal Yachting Association team have been doing, working together with Government and the relevant authorities.

As part of their #SailFromHome programme and support for clubs through the Covid-19 crisis, the RYA have produced this video which further discusses the considerations for clubs and hears from clubs who have produced comprehensive plans:

Read the RYA's guiding principles supporting its return to boating strategy here.

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