Author: Alison Sly-Adams

Adele School Give Thanks to the NSA

The team at the National Sailing Academy are delighted that the Sailability programme has been featured in the latest Adele School Newsletter. The feedback from teachers and students is really positive about the experience the students have when at the Academy developing their sailing skills and enjoying a day away. Read what they have to

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Learn to Sail this Christmas

Learn to sail casual courses are the perfect way to start sailing.  We are hosting two weeks of courses perfect for people who have time over the Christmas Holidays to learn a new skill. Perfect for total beginners or improvers, 3 x 1.5 hours lessons are taken over three days and by the end of

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10 Trainees Pass Power Boat Level 2

The National Sailing Academy (NSA) is delighted to announce that 10 of its newest trainees have completed their Power Boat Level 2 training and along with their First Aid Certification are well on their way to becoming RYA Certified Dinghy Sailing Instructors. The courses were delivered by Ondeck Antigua and Antigua and Barbuda Search and

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2020 Annual Accounts

Please find attached the recently submitted accounts for the 2019-2020 Financial Year. Any queries about the accounts can be directed to our President Elizabeth Jordan at elizabeth@nationalsailingacademy.org.  

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Change of Helm at the National Sailing Academy

The National Sailing Academy was founded 10 years ago by Elizabeth Jordan who has been President and General Manager of the non-profit organization since its inception. The NSA started its life at Antigua Yacht Club and, after its first three years of operation, its growth was such that it needed new premises and moved to

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Autumn Newsletter

Check out the latest newsletter with news on training our instructors have undertaken over the summer, our newly acquired catamaran, NSA Sailors  performance at the Caribbean Dinghy Championship and Antigua Sailing Week 2019 as well as upcoming dates for your diary and our new water sports centre. Read more here.

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Successful June Regatta and Dock Party

The NSA was delighted with the success of the first June Regatta and Dock Party which took place on Sunday, June 23, 2019. 15 boats entered in two classes, RS Zest and RS Fevas with some highly competitive racing just off the new dock at the Sailing Academy in Falmouth Harbour. Race Officers were Jules

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Padi Women’s Dive Day 2019

Join Dive Carib for the largest event of the diving calendar on Saturday the 20th of July, on the lawn at the National Sailing Academy.Free try dives for men, women, boys, and girls!(sign up at 9am only, minimum age 10, and children must have a parent/guardian sign their paperwork) .This will be followed by games,

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Learn to Dinghy Sail – RYA Level 1,2 or 3

Learn to Dinghy Sail Level 1, 2 or 3 is available at the National Sailing Academy. The course can be taken over 2 full days and at the end of the course you will be qualified to sail in light airs with supervision. Level 1 is the perfect first step for novices wanting to learn

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