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  • Guernsey boaters allowed back to sea

    Recreational boat owners (using any type of vessel, whether motorised or not) are now permitted to use their boats in local waters for recreational purposes as part of their two hours of exercise and recreation away from their homes, according to Guernsey Harbours. In a Local Notices to Mariners, the stipulated conditions include: The vessel has been checked and inspected thoroughly before putting to sea. This should include ensuring that all boat systems

    Published 11:00 on 5 May 2020

  • What Does the COVID-19 Restriction 'Roadmap' Mean for Sailing & Boating in Ireland?

    There's no doubt the Government publication of its five-level Covid-19 lifting restrictions was well received on Friday because it gave certainty and an idea about the future reopening of Ireland's economy and society. The roadmap will start from 18 May, from which point the country will re-open in a slow, phased way. Clarity is still needed on some aspects of the 'live plan' but where does it leave sailing and boating and other watersports

    Published 10:43 on 4 May 2020

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    Restart Watersports and Restart Sailing

    As other countries start to ease their restrictions and see their citizens getting back on the water, the UK still remains in lock down with no leisure water activity to be allowed. Two seperate groups, Restart Watersports and Restart Sailing have independently been established over the last week, both keen to see a return to the water when safe and appropriate. Recognising the overlap in some of their activities for example access to the water

    Published 05:44 on 4 May 2020

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    Restart Racing The Call Of Special Interest Group To Lobby For Sectors Fair Treatment In Britain

    A British sailing industry figure is looking to form a Special Interest Group (SIG) of clubs, classes, sailors, trade and other stakeholders to lobby for the safe restarting of racing in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic . SailRacer managing director Simon Lovesey says the aim is to develop strategies and plans to allow sailing and racing to resume as soon as sensible (and safe) and, if need be, to

    Published 08:54 on 30 Apr 2020

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