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A Message of Condolence from the Cruising Association

The President, Council and members of the Cruising Association send their heartfelt condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and the entire Royal Family on the death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh this morning. We were honoured to welcome Prince Philip to CA House on 22 July 1998, as our photo shows.

He will always be remembered as an enthusiastic sailor with a lifelong love of the sea.

CA Vacancy: Press & PR Manager

The Cruising Association is seeking a hard-working and proven PR professional to commence working either in-house, or as an external consultant. The role offers flexibility and can either be conducted remotely or at our head office in Limehouse Basin, London. Our current Press & PR Manager will be retiring later this year, so a thorough handover process will be available.

News on Greek Transit Logs

The AADE (the independent Greek tax authority) finally issued two conflicting sets of differing instructions, one to Customs offices, and the other to the CA. The contents were NOT what we were expecting to hear, and indeed were totally at odds with what the Withdrawal Agreement, UCC and the advice received from the EU Commission has said.

Annual Log/Vlog competition winners announced

Our annual Log Competition is one of the most important events in our calendar, dating back to the 1920s. There are nine prestigious trophies awarded to members for the best log of a cruise carried out in the most recent season in a variety of categories. The osCA, sponsored by Haven Knox-Johnston, is awarded for the best video log of a cruise

Spring Promo Week delivers on all fronts

Our much-anticipated virtual Promo Week took off with a spring in its step on Monday 22 March and is deemed to have delivered successfully on all fronts. We gained new members, engaged with cruising fanatics on Live Chat, and delivered some excellent discounts for members.

Four out of five British boat owners may quit long-term cruising in EU waters

A survey carried out amongst Cruising Association (CA) members who keep their boats on the rivers and canals of Schengen countries has revealed that 80% are likely to sell their boats and give up cruising altogether, or move their base to a non-Schengen country.

Overall figures for coastal cruising boat owners are expected to be broadly similar although with more sailing out of Schengen waters to other cruising grounds.

 

CA Spring Promo Week: A great deal for everyone!

Between 22 and 28 March, the CA is running an inclusive, online, Spring Promo Week that is sure to be of significant interest to anyone thinking of joining us, as well as providing plenty of online incentives to appeal to existing members, wherever you’re based. All you need is a computer or other device and an internet connection!

The CA Launches 180-Day Visa Campaign

The CA has today launched its campaign to reduce the impact of Brexit on British small boat cruisers who have traditionally explored the coasts and inland waterways of Europe in sailing and motor boats.

There's a particular focus on the Netherlands, Greece, Spain and Portugal where the CA is lobbying for a 180-day cruising visa separate from the Schengen 90-day visa.

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CA 180-Day Visa Campaign

The CA has launched its campaign to reduce the existential impact of Brexit on British small boat cruisers wanting to voyage extensively in European waters, including inland waterways.