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Links to lots of Sailing and Marine websites including sailing schools and yacht charter companies.
Get the latest sailing weather forecast from the Met Office.
Click here to see links to training establishments
Get the latest sailing weather forecast from the Met Office
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Need to brush up your theory or just want to learn more?
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Top Deck Marine Consultants Marine Surveyors and Consultants specialising in GRP, Wood, Steel and Aluminium.>
Warsash Nautical Books Books, charts & nautical instruments
SJ Yachting Gulet holidays in Turkey
Sea Sure Sea Sure Marine Poducts.
Yachtmaster Training Online training course.
Blakes Lavac Taylors for marine toilets, cookers, heaters & seacocks
Blue Water Swans Corporate and skippered Yacht Charter of Nautor Swan Yachts
Firstaway Charters A well established Solent based yacht charter company
Freewinds Yacht Charters Falmouth based yacht charter company
Hamble Point Yacht Charters For yacht charters in the Solent
Hamble School of Yachting For training, charter and corporate sailing
Hobo Yachting RYA Sea School on the Solent, France and Channel Islands
Kew Yacht Charter Sailing in the Solent and in Greece
Marine Publications Books anf videos for sailers
Ocean Pro specialists in Powerboat Training, RIB/ Powerboat Charter and Corporate Events.
Plymouth Sailing School Sailing courses and yacht charter in Devon
RT Training VHF, SSB and GMDSS training
Southern Sailing School John Goode's Sailing School in Southampton
Swan Yacht Brokerage Nautor Swan Yachts for Sale.
Yacht Fractions Ltd Want to buy a share in a yacht? UK and worldwide

Click below for Loads More Marine Links

Useful Weather Related Links

UK Met Office Weather forecast, gale warnings etc..
UK Met Office Inshore waters forecast
UK/Europe sinoptic charts. Pressure, temperature and sea temperature chart in colour

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