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Published on Feb 9, 2010
The Trinity Sailing Trust is a registered charity (No. 1076538) which has two principal objectives: * To assist the personal development of disadvantaged young people through offshore sailing on traditional vessels * To restore and preserve its vessels as important examples of our maritime heritage
The Trust is based in South Devon and operates four sail training vessels: the former sailing trawlers Leader and Provident, the gaff cutter Golden Vanity and the former fishing smack Spirit of Britannia. They were built between 1892 and 1924, and are all on the National Register of Historic Ships. Trinity was established in 1999 by bringing together three previously-separate organisations with wide experience in the fields of sail training and maritime heritage.
Trinity is a member of the Association of Sea Training Organisations (ASTO) and a Royal Yachting Association (RYA) recognised sail training establishment.