The Rona Sailing Project give three crew awards which not only reward hard work and commitment to their crew members but also enable trainees to participate in further training.
The Weaver Bird Award, open to Trainees from all of the different groups we take, is named after the weaver bird which appears in our founder’s, Lord Amory’s, coat of arms.
Criteria for recommending a Weaver Bird Award:
Receipt of a Weaver Bird Award means that the trainee will be given a Weaver Bird Award certificate recognising their achievement.
The Scott Award, for younger Trainees, is named after Commander Walter Scott, the first Honorary Organiser of the Trust.
Criteria for recommending a Scott Award:
Receipt of a Scott Award means that the trainee will be invited to sail with the Project again.
The Amory Award is for older Trainees and named after Lord Amory, the founder of the Trust.
Criteria for recommending an Amory Award:
Receipt of an Amory Award means that the trainee will be invited to apply for the following year’s Tall Ships Races, provided that the Project has an entry.
The Rona Sailing Project (RSP) is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. We need to hold and process personal data in order to support the safe running of the RSP and comply with our legal obligations. We do not assume your consent but ask for it in the form of a General Data Protection Consent that you are asked to approve and sign before sailing or volunteering with us.
This policy explains, together with the General Data Protection Consent, when and why we collect personal information about you, how we use it, how we keep it secure and the circumstances when it may be disclosed to others. The policy also explains your rights in relation to that personal information.
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Who are we?
We are the Rona Sailing Project, based at Universal Marina, Crableck Lane, Sarisbury Green, Southampton SO31 7ZN