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Pippa Wilson MBE, 2008 Olympic Gold Medallist says:

"Some of my fondest sailing memories are from my Cadet sailing, the boat gave me such a great level of base skill and prepared me for everything I have done since and I loved every minute. The friends I met along the way are friends for life and we had so much fun and many stories to tell. Sailing has bought so much to my life apart from just competition and everyone should get that opportunity”.

The advantages and benefits of becoming a UKNCCA member are:

Entry to the best youth racing in the world
  • World Class Safety cover at all UKNCCA regattas
  • World Class Coaching at all UKNCCA Open Training events
  • Access to top tuning and racing tips
  • Access to information to help you progress your sailing career
  • Latest news of all Class related matters
  • Make new friends from all over the World
  • Visit varied and excellent sailing venues in UK, Europe, Australia and Argentina
  • Clothing and supplier discounts
  • Being part of the Cadet family which has produced so many world class and Olympic sailors


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Where can you sail a Cadet?

Here are the clubs who currently have Cadet Squadrons. Please contact your nearest Squadron Leader for information on how you join in...!! Cadet Squadron Contacts

North West:  West Kirby Sailing Club, West Kirby, Wirral. 

Midlands: Barnt Green Sailing Club, Birmingham

East:   Waldringfield Sailing Club, Wldringfield,Suffolk
           Stone Sailing Club, St Lawrence, Essex
           Fishers Green Sailing Club, Waltham Abbey, Essex
           Royal Corinthian Otters, Brunham-on-Crouch, Essex
           Thorpe Bay Yacht Club, Southend-on-Sea, Essex

South:  Frensham Pond Sailing Club, Frensham, Surrey
            Parkstone Yacht Club, Poole, Dorset
            Royal Lymington Yacht Club, Lymington, Hampshire
            
South West:  Royal Torbay Yacht Club, Torquay, Devon
                     South Cerney Sailing Club, South Cerney, Gloucestershire
            

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