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How to enjoy your sailing Army Inshore Sail Training Centre (South)
- I have learned to sail - CHECK
- I really enjoyed it, and want to continue - CHECK
- I don’t have my own boat - CHECK
- I am a personal member of the Army Sailing Association - CHECK
Then it is EASY, we have a variety of boats, we have the water, we have the wind, all you have to do is come and USE IT!!!!
The Army Inshore Sail Training Centre is located in Chichester Harbour and it is idyllic for racing, cruising and day sails with the family. There are sandy beaches (East Head), there are creeks to Bosham, Dell Quay, Chichester, Emsworth and there are places to visit Hayling Island, East Head, Itchenor, so why not come and use the excellent facilities at AISTC(S).
We are open during the week for anyone lucky enough to find time and we are open at weekends so you can sail when you like, so what are you waiting for.
You should phone or email prior to coming, we will tell you what boats are available and you can arrange buoyancy aids and wetsuits if you need them.
Please contact the following to get your boat allocated and start to enjoy sailing in this lovely harbour and enjoy the harbour and AISTC(S):
- Jed Cunningham firstname.lastname@example.org Mob: 07516 001776 Tel: (Mil): 94295 8315
Tel: (Civ): 01243 388315
You will need to be qualified to a minimum of RYA Dinghy Level 2, (Multi-hull endorsed to sail the Dart 16’s) and you should be familiar with the harbour (Or we can give you a briefing). (If you are untrained, look here on the ASA website and book a course - AISTC
ASA Dinghy Sailing Contact Learn sail with the best RYA qualified instructors
Phil Brown Chief Instructor
ASA Regional Coach (Dinghy & Powerboat)
Building 100 (Top Floor), Fort Blockhouse
Haslar Road, Gosport
Hants PO12 2AB
Racing Team Manager
Lt Col Matt Sargent
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