Rollesby Broad Sailing Club becomes RYA Training Centre

Rollesby Broad Sailing Club, based in the Norfolk Broads, is the latest Club in the East Region to become an RYA Recognised Training Centre.
07 Jul 21
Three dinghies reflected in a lake at sunset.

It will now be able to run a variety of RYA courses and award certificates for sailing. RYA courses and qualifications are respected worldwide and centres are regularly inspected to ensure they meet high standards of tuition and safety. Rollesby joins a network of over 2,400 RYA recognised training centres in 58 countries.

Tamsin Highfield, the Club’s Vice Commodore, said: 

“Rollesby are thrilled to be able to offer RYA recognised courses. We are a family friendly club offering tuition, casual sailing and racing at all levels. We hope that the new RYA status will increase opportunities for families to learn to sail together and build friendships among our younger sailors.” 

Robbie Bell, Regional Development Officer for the East said:

“It’s great to welcome Rollesby Broad Sailing Club to become a Recognised Training Centre – this is the culmination of a lot of hard work by the Club to provide RYA tuition and encourage the next generation of sailors into the sport.”

To find out more about Rollesby Broad Sailing Club visit: https://www.rbsc.org.uk/ and for more information about RYA Training Centres visit here: https://www.rya.org.uk/training/teaching/training-centres

For more information about how to get out on the water in the East Region, visit https://www.rya.org.uk/start-boating