Police Sport UK
now uses the term:
and comprises the
affiliated Sports Clubs of all United Kingdom Police Forces. Their
purpose is to promote Inter-Force sports championship events in
which members of all 53 Police Force Sports Associations have the
opportunity to compete.
The Metropolitan Police Sailing Club
been in existence for nearly 50 years. Their yachting base of
operations is located at Mercury Yacht Harbour on the River Hamble
near Southampton. The club has an active group of dinghy racers and
have a selection of dinghies and a corporate membership of Island
Barn Reservoir Sailing Club.
The Sussex Police Dinghy Sailing Club have associations with Bexhill
Sailing Club, Pevensey Bay Sailing Club, & Lancing Sailing Club.
Until recently, they annually held the Sussex Police Dinghy Open Regatta.
They were hosts to the PSUK National Dinghy Championships in
Sussex Police Offshore Sailing
Club promotes sailing and make it available to every member of the
Sussex Police including their families. to encourage and train
members to sail in offshore waters with a view to participation in
cruising, racing and social sailing. They provide the facilities to
sail at every level from learning how to sail, sailing at club level
and at National level.
The South Yorkshire Police Offshore Sailing Section website is open
to all serving and retired South Yorkshire Police officers, Staff,
and their guests. The aim of the section is to provide an
opportunity for members to take part in the sport of Yacht Cruising
in a safe and affordable way.
The Coppers Cup regattas started 1989 when a
group of enthusiasts in Holland organized the first event. In 2003,
the regatta took place under the auspices of Europol and
subsequently became the Interpol Coppers' cup. The regatta has run
every two years and in order that it continues, a group of Slovenian
sailors have now moved the event to the Adriatic sea.
The Civil Service Sailing Association. Membership is not
just limited to traditional “Civil Service” organisations. Staff and
families from organisations such as British Telecommunications, the
Post Office, NHS, Police Service and over 100 other former
government bodies and agencies. The CSSA is
keen to appeal to a wider cross section of people to join and get
The United Kingdom Firefighters
Sailing Challenge is the National Sailing Championships for the
Firefighters of the United Kingdom. The Event is held annually at
the end of April in The Solent and with the help of sponsors, we
raise money to help many charities.
It is also open to other 999 services, with entries from Police and
Kent Police Sailing Club is an active part of the Kent
Police Recreation Association. Club news, courses and opportunities
for sailing comprise the main part of their website which promotes both
cruising and racing. Mainly involved with offshore pursuits, they
have a Sadler 25 to cater for the casual cruiser or racing sailor