Ship Ahoy!

March 20, 2018 - Lorna

The sight of tall ships in harbours around the UK, Europe and beyond, is awe-inspiring. So is the work that Sail Training International do in providing opportunities for young people to have the experience of a lifetime crewing those ships.  That’s why we are particularly pleased to be working with the board of trustees helping them develop a 5-year strategy for the charity, as well as a business plan for the trading arm which organises the races, regattas and events. Our role is taking us to their international conferences in Bordeaux and Seville (as well as closer to home in Southampton) for workshops and consultations with ports, ship owners and event organisers, making sure everyone is on board.

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

*

Latest Tweets

Sustainability & ‘clean living’ - Brits increasingly expect same lifestyle standards on hols as at home #TMIAC https://t.co/i8yNjKCXmk
16 October 2018

... but perception of welcome & governance has dipped post-Referendum #TMIAC
16 October 2018

BDRC on tourism trends- international perceptions of UK remain strong - ranks 1st in world for soft power - Europea… https://t.co/dHDXwgW2Vk
16 October 2018

Power of “one message for multiple voices” : England’s Coast project already yielding results #TMIAC https://t.co/fiaOh9r35x
16 October 2018

Valuable research into international visitors from England’s Coast DEF project available on NCTA site #TMIAC
16 October 2018

See bluesailviews on Twitter