A Bristol Sailing Association crew sailed the Outer Hebrides this summer. As GSA members also sail the area, I thought they may be interested to read their experiences. The pdf includes some interesting photographs and brings back memories of Canna, Rhum and so many other places where - it seems - we had better weather than Aremeti's crew did at times!
Following is an extract of the BSA Newsletter as far as it relates to the Go Sailing Association - thanks to BSA for "keeping us in the loop". Future Trips Several members asked for a charter in August. Ian Collins, who is now an approved skipper for GSA (Go Sailing Association) has chartered their Dufour 34 based in Plymouth from August 18th – 25th. This trip is being sailed in two parts, a weekend from the 18th – 21st which is fully booked, and a midweek sail from the 21st
The Bristol Sailing Association charter boats from a number of sources on behalf of their members and they have started to use us. We are off to a very good start and we hope we can continue to develop our relationship!e been already been approved as skippers within our Association. This has led to Celtic Flame II being charterede BSA encourages its members to circulate reports of their cruises. We are now being included on their circulation list and have agreed that we can