Royal Harwich Yacht Club is listed for national award

The Royal Harwich Yacht Club made the final round of a well known industry contest in their 1st year of coming in. The RYA Club of the Year Award was introduced in the year 2008 to key out the club that has encouraged the game within their region, club that has asked people to get out on the water engage in various types of activities.

Woolverstone based Royal Harwich Yacht Club commodore Chris Brown stated that national acknowledgment of the work they have been doing to build up the club with their own marina as well as new clubhouse supports their belief that they have a terrific procedure supporting their many sailing activities.

He told that the charter yacht UK website with their all new fleet of Optimist dinghies adding on our existing top dinghies, they are in a different spot to help youngsters with no earlier experience of the game. Their target is to make their club the foremost centre for members of their local community to go after their sailing interests.

While they are not happy to have missed out on top position, they are nonetheless honored to have been distinguished by this national body for contribution they have made and carry on to make to sailing in East Anglia.

The award, this year, was backed by insurance brokers Arthur J Gallagher. The honor was given in perpetuity in 2008 by Sailing Awards. The Royal Harwich Yacht Club has an active youth section with a full sailing program for keel boats, yachts, dinghies as well as an extensive training program for beginners.