Tinu Cornish

If you see sailing as an adventure – including mixing with people from all over the world, who do all sorts of interesting jobs and who love good food and good conversation then please do join me.

As a working mother I have never been able to do as much sailing as I would like but bit by bit, over the years I have gained all my qualifications up to Coastal Skipper practical level. I therefore welcome everyone who has a thirst to learn. It does mean teamwork and acceptance are important on my trips. I have teamed up with some fantastic very experienced ‘first mates’ and the whole emphasis is on everyone improving and learning. What ever your level of sailing we will support you to improve and develop – just like I am myself!

I learnt to sail as a sixth former on the Norfolk Boards and then did not start sailing again until 2006. Since then I have sailed all over the Mediterranean, as well as the Baltic, the Canaries, the West Coast of Scotland, the East Coast of Britain, Pembrokeshire and the West coast of Ireland, Holland and Western France in addition to the Solent. I now have nearly 5000 miles under my belt. I love racing and have done the Fastnet, Cowes week 3 times and also race dinghy’s on the river Thames and on reservoirs.  I look forward to welcoming you.

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