The Old Tonbridgian Sailing Association exists to encourage and foster the enjoyment of both competitive and leisure sailing amongst Old Tonbridgians. We work in close liaison with the School, its teachers, pupils and parents, through the good offices of Bill Burnett, Master-in-Charge of Sailing, who is also a Member of the OTSA Committee.
We aim to raise crews for the Round the Island (Isle of Wight) Race and the Arrow Trophy. Beyond that several yacht owning OTs and parents have already kindly volunteered to let members of the Association know when they are seeking to fill spare berths for a trip perhaps to the Scillies or across to France, etc.
If you would like to join us, and we hope you will, please join this group, and contact the Honorary Secretary, Alistair Impey with details of any relevant sailing experience.
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Alistair Impey (PH 64-68)
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