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The difference an RYA Membership makes

by RYA on 1 Aug 2013
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Over the past 18 months, the RYA has been working extremely hard to make sure RYA membership continues to be both relevant and beneficial to all its members. Read on to find out how being a member of the RYA could benefit you.

RYA Membership in action: The RYA is the British boating association with a global presence. Join us and as an RYA Member you get more out of the boating you do.

Your membership:

- Gives you unlimited access to specialist advice, news and bespoke support from our experts.
Means money saving offers and discounts.

- Adds your voice to 102,000 existing RYA members and ensures that legislators, regulators and other authorities understand, and take account of, recreational boating activity.

- Helps provide relevant, globally recognised training, certification, personal and professional qualifications.

- Supports you through the RYA's World Class coaching programmes, for young sailors to adults, giving you the chance to compete nationally and internationally.

RYA Membership saves you money!

Here are just some of the ways you could save money with RYA membership. Take advantage of each of these offers and you could save over £450 all for an annual personal membership fee of just £40:

- Gill Polo shirt from the Gill Elements Collection - Save £17.50
- Two weeks at Neilson Club Adakoy in Turkey for a family of 4 - Save £239.60*
- Free International Certificate of Competence - Save £40
- Garmin GPS enabled Garmin quantix watch - Save £113.99
- 15 minute phone call to the RYA legal experts to discuss selling your boat - Save £40 in legal fees

There are many more special member benefits, discounts and offers available for you to enjoy.

Other recent developments include the rejuvenated Youth and Junior membership packages, with changes to their exclusive website areas, while the new Bob the Buoy Junior Membership mascot made his debut earlier in the year. More games, quizzes, competitions and tales from on-the-water are now regular features in membership communications with young boaters.

Personal Membership starts from just 11p a day so please join today! We really believe that your Membership will not only benefit your boating experience but will save you money on the activity you love.

Alternatively please call 0844 556 9556 and join today.

* Full terms and conditions are online at www.neilson.co.uk/booking-conditions £599 price is per person based on two adults sharing on a club board basis for seven nights at our Beachplus resort in Adakoy, Turkey. Flight departs on 31st of August 2013 from London Gatwick. Under-occupancy, flight and other supplements may apply. Prices are correct at time of submission and subject to availability. Neilson is a trading name of Thomas Cook Tour Operations Ltd. RYA website
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