Adventure under Sail works alongside many organisations to ensure we all provide excellent sail training programmes for young people across the UK. 

To find out more about our partners, click on their logo to be redirected to their website

 ASTO played an important part in advising government policy in the Codes of Practice for Sail Training vessels.

Hosts to the Titanic Maritime Festival, ...

Pelican is a frequent visitor to Liverpool's UNESCO World Heritage waterfront and a seasoned competitor in the Three Festivals Tall Ships Regatta 

Pelican of London is surveyed annually by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency to ensure she meets the required standards, before issuing a Certificate of Compliance, without which she cannot sail.

Enabling young people to find direction and gain greater awareness of their own skills and abilities , to be better prepared to enter work, training or education.

Sharpness Shipyard provides drydocking with repair and  maintenance facilities for a wide variety of marine vessels.  

For young people undertaking voyages on Tall Ships, as part of the working crew.  An opportunity to get involved in watch-keeping around the clock, climbing the masts, heaving on ropes, setting the sails, navigating and much more.

Offering supported internships, apprenticeships and employment skills, as well as vocational training in hospitality, construction and the environment - all aimed at equipping young people for employment in these sectors.

Helping young people age 15-24 in Dorset to move forward in life.

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