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Free contact tracing solution for sailing clubs

by Deborah Dalziel, MySail Team 11 Jun 2020 02:50 PDT
Contact tracing solution now available in the MySail Web App and Club Portal © MySail

MySail Pty Ltd, a web app designed to help skippers, crew and clubs connect and communicate, has today launched new features to support contact tracing requirements for sailing.

Designed to help skippers easily manage their sailing schedule and crew, MySail offers a convenient platform to manage contact tracing details. Once the yacht's sailing schedule is set-up, crew details required for contact tracing can automatically be tracked in the system.

MySail also offers an admin portal for sailing clubs to view and manage their races and events. Through this platform, clubs can automatically gain access to crew lists and contact tracing details for yachts entered in their races and events.

With the addition of these features, MySail makes it easy for skippers to meet their contact tracing requirements without having the hassle of submitting extra paperwork or entering a crew list each time they sail. It also provides a convenient way to manage contact tracing for training days, boat work, and other events that are not organised by clubs.

The MySail crew management platform and club portal are available for free so yacht owners and yacht clubs can implement a convenient and efficient contact tracing program at no cost.

To help members start using these new features, MySail has created a COVID-19 section in their online Help Centre.

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