Category Archives: Cruising Association

The CA is to host Jimmy Cornell for a one-day cruising seminar in November

By | July 11, 2018

  www.theca.org.uk The Cruising Association & Royal Harwich YC will host cruising guru Jimmy Cornell for a one-day world cruising Seminar in November The Suffolk Section of the Cruising Association (CA) is delighted to welcome back cruising guru Jimmy Cornell to the Royal Harwich Yacht Club in Woolverstone, near Ipswich, on Saturday 3rd November. In… Read More »

The CA goes large at the TheYachtMarket.com Southampton Boat Show

By | June 19, 2018

CA House London: The Cruising Association, founded in 1908 and the largest British-based organisation catering exclusively to the needs of cruising sailors, returns to Ocean Hall at the TheYachtMarket.com Southampton Boat Show this year with a larger eye-catching 3m x 5m stand to welcome its members and attract even more cruising enthusiasts to discover the… Read More »

The Cruising Association partners with Henri Lloyd to offer generous member discounts

By | April 6, 2018

The Cruising Association (CA), the UK’s foremost member organisation for cruising sailors, is delighted to announce a relaunch of its partnership with leading marine clothing brand Henri Lloyd, to take immediate effect. In addition to being spoilt for choice with a range of over 50 technical clothing and accessory products to choose from, CA members… Read More »

Cruising Association praises constructive Government response

By | March 22, 2018

www.theca.org.uk Cruising Association praises constructive Government response   21st March, 2018: CA House, London The Cruising Association (CA) has welcomed the Government response to its petition ‘Lobster Pots and Small Craft Safety – time to change the rules!’ which recently closed with 10,770 signatures. “This signals change, and for the better. Government is now ‘looking… Read More »

New video highlights CA lobster pots campaign

By | January 23, 2018

The Cruising Association (CA) has just released a video highlighting the dangers of entanglement with lobster pots as part of its campaign for better marking of static fishing gear. Introduced by Tom Cunliffe, the video features two experienced yachtsmen describing their frightening encounters: Norman Kean whilst researching updates for Irish pilot books and Steve Williams… Read More »