Netley Sailing Club and the RYA are crowned winners of the MS Amlin Boating Marketplace Survey’s most nominated Club and Association prize. The individual winner, picked from a draw of all survey entrants, is Glynn Snelling from Cambridge.
The Club winners, Netley Sailing Club, who have received £1000 prize have thriving dinghy and catamaran fleets. Based on Southampton water in the Royal Victoria Country Park with around 500 members, Netley provides opportunities for both families and individuals sailing at all levels. Having just completed their new Club House and with an impressive calendar of upcoming events they are going from strength to strength. MS Amlin Boat Insurance is proud to be able to support the club and hope that the prize money will help improve the offering to members even further.
Pictured Below: Paul Knox-Johnston, Business Development Manager and Rob Bowen from Netley Sailing Club
The RYA needs little introduction being synonymous with all on water activities and their sheer number of nominations shows how much boaters across the UK appreciate their overarching support for boating. From encouraging non boaters to “Get On The Water” initiative, the vast training and development options provided, the ongoing support for racing at all levels and The Green Blue’s work in raising awareness of the environmental impact of boating, the RYA have an invaluable impact on all aspects of life on the water.
The Green Blue has been chosen as the recipient project to receive the Association prize of £1000 and the MS Amlin Boat Insurance team look forward to seeing the positive impact that the prize has.
Kate Fortnam, The Green Blue Campaign Manager commented "The Green Blue is delighted to receive this prize! It will enable us to provide our new volunteers with more sustainable team wear for when they are delivering environmental outreach in their local communities”.
Picture courtesy of The Green Blue