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      AOA
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      The RYA have launched extensive online resources available to everyone through their new #SailFromHome initiative.

      A weekly video tutorial for sailors called Sail Smarts, the video comes out every Wednesday at 10am on the RYA YouTube channel. So far three videos released, all detailed below. The latest two videos also have downloadable activity sheets for children (and parents) to try at home.

      Buoyage
      Tides
      Tides activity sheet
      Clouds
      Clouds activity sheet

      You can also find a weekly ‘Knot On The Water’ video on the RYA YouTube Channel and the RYA OnBoard Instagram page (@ryaonboard) which shows you how to tie different sailing knots. Keep an eye out for other challengers such as one handed bowlines!

      If you are looking for something a little more advanced then you can head over to the British Sailing Team YouTube channel where they have a huge numbers of videos themed around each day -Motivation Monday, Tune-In Tuesday, Workout Wednesday etc.

      Finally, RYA OnBoard will be releasing more weekly downloadable activity sheets to keep everyone entertained at home, below is the first one…
      Buoyage Cut and Stick

      And other activities highlighted by the RYA, all thought to be free:

      eSailing Virtual Regatta – you now truly can sail from home! Not only that you can race against some members of the British Sailing Team! The RYA have produced a number of tutorial videos available on the YouTube channel and website.
      RS Sailing at home activities
      1851 Trust STEM crew website
      World Sailing education materials
      Back to school with Dee Caffari (Ocean Safety YouTube Channel)
      Ocean Race learning resources

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