Here at Nipper Skipper we think it’s important to share stuff and generally be nice to one another! So here’s a starting list of a selection of companies and organisations with whom we work, share direction and/or exchange ideas and we thought it would be a nice thing to share them with everyone else. Please note: By placing these organisations here on our website we are not in anyway directly endorsing or becoming implicit in their activities.
Nipper Skipper are proud to be associated with RYA and offer member benefits via their website www.rya.org.uk
The RYA is the national body for all forms of boating, including dinghy and yacht racing, motor and sail cruising, RIBs and sports boats, powerboat racing, windsurfing, inland cruising and narrow boats, and personal watercraft. The RYA also provides internationally recognised training. If you want to be able to enjoy time on the water to your best ability – explore RYA training opportunities.
Here at Nipper Skipper, we are keen to encourage families and young people to become members of RYA and gain valuable information and advice. You can find out more about membership by clicking the box below!
Sunsail has over 40 years of experience providing sailing holidays, with a team of passionate and dedicated staff at home and abroad, so we’re really pleased to partner with them. Sunsail offers unique sailing knowledge and expertise from the very best sailing spots worldwide to the type of yacht best suited to the customer’s needs. With a world class fleet of nearly 500 yachts (Monohulls and Catamarans) and 15 flotilla routes across 25 worldwide destinations, Sunsail offers choice and unrivalled sailing expertise; plus Sunsail holidays are ABTA and ATOL protected. Visit www.sunsail.co.uk or call 0203 797 2179.
Le Boat offer something unlike any other family holiday. When Le Boating, all hands are on deck! From plotting out the route, collecting the morning croissants to operating locks and mooring. There is no licence needed and no experience required to go on a Le Boat holiday, and after a quick boat briefing you are ready to set sail as a family and discover the towns and waterways of Europe together! For full details visit www.leboat.co.uk
The British Marine Federation (BMF) is the trade association for the leisure, superyacht and small commercial marine industry, and their associated trades (that’s where Nipper Skipper comes in!).
The BMF mission statement is “We will lead and promote our industry and work with our members to achieve sustainable growth in a competitive global environment, through the provision of world-class goods and services.”
You can find out more about the work of BMF at www.britishmarine.co.uk
Norfolk’s newest boat brokerage and boat management service. Providing personal, friendly, one to one service and highly competitive rates for people who love boats and the Norfolk Broads. Broadland Yacht Brokers have a wide range of new and used boats to suit every budget and requirement. If you’re looking for a boat then get in touch and be added to the successful Boat Finder Register – and let them do the hard work. They also offer bespoke boat management services to professionally care for your boat including regular inspection visits, organising Boat Safety Scheme examinations, overseeing renovations or organising cleaning. This ultra friendly service can take the hassle out of boat ownership so you can simply get out on the water and enjoy. Contact them at www.broadlandyachtbrokers.co.uk
Nautical Websites are an independent and international website for everything that concerns boating, yachts, equipment services and so on. Every company or organisation listed has activities in the nautical sector. Their goal is to create an international index of nautical/maritime companies, so there are lots of useful contacts to be found at www.nauticalwebsites.com
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