Annie O'Sullivan- Our principal of the sailing school, having found her love for sailing, she saw a severe lack of women in the male dominated sport. In 1999 she set up the sailing company Girls for Sail. The company/ school encourages more and more women to join the sport and train further into it. [...]We take ladies from all backgrounds and inspire them with a team of RYA qualified instructors.
Sarah Waters- our 'ex' apprentice turned instructor, she joined our boat for Grenada Race week as a customer and never left! She now helps to instruct our courses and always livens up the mood on board!
Sophie O'Neil- a fabulous addition to our crew and has been a delight for our ladies to learn from and train with. We always get amazing feedback from her courses explaining her calm and caring manner. But she's always focused on getting the ladies to learn!
Accolades: Ladies Day Trophy 2012 @ Cowes Week. (And 2nd in Class) Annie O'Sullivan was presented the award by Olympic Medalist Tina Scott. In the following year, Annie presented the award to Paralympic gold medalist Helena Lucas!
Girls for Sail have also won awards at Cowes Week 2014- 3rd in [...]
3rd @ Grenada Sailing Week 2012
Winner of ARC Marez award & Best blog 2013
Winners at Antigua Race week
3rd in Class @ BVI Spring Regatta
Cork Week Winners 2013
Girls for Sail are all about getting novice/amateurs into sailing & Racing, we offer a comprehensive training to all ladies interested in getting competitive!