Sailing Info Articles
Good time to brush up your sailing skills whilst we are all in CV
If you are locked down and wondering what to do next, why not watch
We successfully completed the first of our current CBYA Celestial Navigation courses this week.
“I’ve sailed round-the-world, around the harbour and I’m still enjoying sailing today“ – Ian
The CBYA is affiliated to the Royal Yachting Association. You can access their website
“We’re not invincible, and this race is dangerous“ – Sam Davies – Vendee Globe
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The CBYA facilitates renewal of your Licensia Federativa at the start of each year.
Celestial Navigation, the Easy Way! Have you ever wondered what would happen if you
Don’t forget that the CBYA has a library of nautical books that are available
Ìnterested in a good sailing book deal? Well you can either visit the CBYA
“Fewer than 100 sailors have ever finished the Vendee Globe” – Pip Hare’s Inspiring
Marine radio distress relay protocol RYA has issued new guidance for marine radio users.
Why not brush up on your Spanish sailing terms – they could be useful!
Julie Benneworth mooted the idea of this excursion and, together with CBYA Vice-Chairman Neil
CBYA members & guests enjoyed another excellent social event at the Abordo (formerly Nau
Don’t pay the ultimate price for buying cheap! The RYA report that a good
Act now, as carbon monoxide alarms become mandatory in the UK in April 2019!
Many people forget that the CBYA website has a load of useful information on
Your smart phone can now save your life and spare you from your worst
Here is a useful tip from Sailing Today! How to reef while sailing downwind
Do You Know Your Sailing Flags? Maybe not? Well here is a good place
Every four years, the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) updates the Racing Rules of Sailing.
Why Not Register as an ISAF Sailor? The ISAF Sailor Classification Code exists as
New RCNC Web-based Sailing Bulletin Board The Real Club Náutico de Calpe has set
Sailing in Spain either involves sailing: – a Spanish registered yacht as a tourist
(written by Karlheinz Witte; kindly reviewed by Jim Cooper) Sailing in Spain means to
(Instructions for newcomers) HOW TO RIG A TOM: Collect the main sail, jib, spinnaker,
Man Overboard recovery Thanks to RYA What is a Chinese Gybe? Thanks to