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About

About

The Cirdan Trust was founded in 1983 to serve young people in the south-east of England and the Faramir Trust in 1991 to do the same for those of the northeast.  In 2002, the two trusts were conjoined under the title The Cirdan Sailing Trust. Today...

GDPR / Data Protection

  Documentation and personal data that might be held by the Trust in relation to your organisation’s sailing voyage consists of the following: Booking Form Voyage of Discovery Fund application Form of Agreement Crew List Personal Details F...

Adult Charters

Whilst our service is aimed at disadvantaged young people, making our vessels available for adult charters helps us to raise much needed funds. The vessels come with the services of our qualified crew who will tailor the charter, sailing area and...
Aims

Aims

The Cirdan Sailing Trust aims to: Provide disadvantaged young people with the opportunity for self-development from the experience of living and working on large sailing boats. However, we do not confine its activities to the provision of sail...
Contact

Contact

  For further information about our sailing activities with disadvantaged young people, donating or supporting our work:   Email: info@cirdantrust.org Tel: 01621 776684   Office Address: The Cirdan Sailing Trust Bradwell...

Corporate Events & Staff Training

Our vessels are the ideal venue for client hospitality, works outings and staff training.  Charters can be adapted to suit the client's requirements whether that be a networking day where individuals use their time on the water to discuss business...
Crew Qualifications & DBS Checks

Crew Qualifications & DBS Checks

All Cirdan Staff with responsibility for young people or vulnerable adults are checked by the Disclosure and Barring Service.  The Cirdan Sailing Trust has a comprehensive Child Protection Policy in which it is specified that DBS checks...

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Fleet

Fleet

One of our main advantages as a sailing trust is the range of our fleet which allows us to cater for all kinds of groups and charters. Queen Galadriel 32m Baltic Trader capable of groups up to 16 in number. Ideal for large...

Fleet Tracker

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Fundraising

Fundraising

  The Cirdan Sailing Trust is partly self-funding through the income received from charter fees. Groups that sail with The Trust are encouraged to cover a realistic portion of the charter fee through their own internal budgets, group fundraising,...

Gallery

For more photographs and videos from our voyages with young people, please do visit our social media pages.    
Help With Costs

Help With Costs

The Voyage of Discovery Fund With just a few exceptions, all of the youth organisations that sail with us have restricted finances with regards to non-statutory activities. That’s where we can help – our Voyage of Discovery Fund scheme is operated spe...
History

History

  The Cirdan Trust was founded in 1983 to serve young people in the southeast of England and the Faramir Trust in 1991 to do the same for those of the northeast.  In 2002, the two trusts were conjoined under the title The Cirdan Sailing...
Home

Home

The Cirdan Sailing Trust specialises in enabling groups of young people, particularly those who are disadvantaged in some way, to experience the challenge and adventure of life at sea on large sailing vessels. We also run voyages suitable for Duke of...

Individual & DofE Voyages

  6-Day Sailing Residential along the British Coast during school holidays   This off-shore sailing experience is aboard Duet , an Edwardian gaff-rigged yawl, where everyone becomes a member of the crew for the week.  With a small...
Insurance

Insurance

The Trust assumes responsibility for members of a group, individuals and other passengers only when afloat in a Cirdan Trust vessel or tender and holds insurance to cover The Trust's legal liability in the event of injury or mishaps only during...

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Membership

Membership

  Our Membership Scheme is open to anyone who would like to support our work with disadvantaged young people aboard our fleet of traditional vessels.   Membership is just £20 a season.   Members are entitled to attend our Annual ...

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Parents and Guardians Guide

This is a guide for the parents & guardians of young people who are sailing with the Cirdan Sailing Trust on a Voyage of Discovery. As we work closely with the leader who is organising the voyage, they will always be the best person to speak...

Payments

  To pay for voyages, membership or to donate to the trust, Please send bank transfers to The Cirdan Sailing Trust (inc The Faramir Trust) Ltd, Sort Code: 20 54 30, Account: 90624888 Or Send a check payable to The Cirdan Sailing Trust to Bradwell...

Regattas & Races

All of our vessels have entered regattas, races and other maritime events over the years and have come away with a range of trophies and prizes.  Duet, in particular, is known for her competitive spirit and welcomes any opportunity to take part in...
Regulation Codes

Regulation Codes

The Cirdan Sailing Trust operates under regulations laid down by Department for Transport, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) 'The Safety of Small Commercial Sailing Vessels - Code of Practice'.  This code regulates the safety requirements...
Safety

Safety

The safety of everyone on board is of paramount importance to The Trust and our obligations in this respect are taken very seriously. It is a requirement of The Cirdan Sailing Trust's Safety Policy for every voyage to start with a safety brief....
Supporters

Supporters

Cirdan has a diverse supporter network ranging from individuals who have sailed as part of a youth development programme, those who recognise the benefits of our work, to grant making trusts and other charitable and professional bodies. The support...
Volunteers

Volunteers

Committees As a charity, The Cirdan Sailing Trust relies very heavily on volunteers. Our Trustee and Management Committees are purely voluntary with representation from relevant areas of society eg church, education, youth service, lawyers and...
Voyages

Voyages

  Our vessels operate from the beginning of April until the end of October with standard sailing areas of the East, South and North East coasts depending on the time of year. We try to be flexible to meet the demands of our groups and prefer to...

2020 Sailing Schedule

               

Wettest Classroom Project 2019

This year, we have teamed up with the Venturers Trust and several academy schools to deliver the Wettest Classroom on Earth project on our vessel Queen Galadriel . Click on the image below to check out the Wettest Classroom daily blog. ...

Youth Group Voyages

  "Youth leader s tell us they can achieve more during a week at sea than in months on dry land."   A voyage at sea is a powerful, positive and effective way of working with young people, in particular, those who struggle in mainstream...