Stay supported all year round

Whether you're looking forward to your next trip or are new to the Trust, there are lots of other ways to get involved and stay supported all year round too.

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Brush up on your sailing skills

Everyone knows how awesome the Trust skippers are! In our Trust Tutorials series, they explain everything you have, or will, learn when you get afloat in Cowes or Largs.

From tying the essential knots, understanding how sails make the boat move and how the tide works, to navigation, predicting the weather and learning about lifejackets, everything you need to know is right here. And that's before we even mention Uno...

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Wider Horizons - careers and personal development

Navigating your career and transitions along the way can be confusing even before cancer. Wider Horizons is here to help.

Ever wondered how the magic of Trust trips all comes together? The Operations team take you behind the scenes and, more importantly, share the essential skills that make for smooth sailing.

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Sound Waves - the Trust podcast

The Trust community comes together on Sound Waves to spark conversation and tackle the things that matter to anyone impacted by cancer in young people. Volunteers are the heart and soul of Trust trips. Each year, the Luke Gilbert Volunteer of the Year award - nominated by you - is given to that person who's gone above and beyond, been a constant ally, and thrown themselves into being there for young people. In this episode, we talk to (and celebrate with) this year's winner Wen Stone!

Signposting

If you need further support beyond the Trust, in any aspect of your life, there are lots of charities and organisations you can turn to. From cancer support to wellbeing and mental health, financial and careers advice to bereavement and developing your sailing, here are some of them.

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Other ways to stay involved