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MS Amlin Seamanship Award entries close on the 20th August

by Chris Jones 16 Aug 2019 20:34 BST

Your chance to enter the MS Amlin Seamanship Award 2019 closes at midnight on Tuesday 20th August. Enter now by emailing a short description of an act of Seamanship that you think is deserving of such an award, including any supporting evidence and contact details to . You can nominate yourself or someone you know.

The award is a fantastic way of recognising and paying tribute to those who have shown great seamanship. This could be awarded to an individual or a team that maybe volunteers significant time to a boating charity or sailing club, has undertaken to clean up their surrounding environment, pushed themselves with a physical or psychological challenge or acted with bravery in an emergency. There are hundreds of potential reasons to make a nomination whether out on the water or ashore and is open to all boating communities.

So do you know someone who would not nominate themselves having done something special, but you think they deserve to be recognised? Nominate them today to ensure they don't miss out on the opportunity to be rewarded for their actions.

The 2019 award will be presented on Friday 13th September, during the prestigious MS Amlin YJA Yachtsman of the Year Gala Dinner, at the Grand Cafe in Southampton. The event will be attended by the UK's most well-known boating journalists alongside famous faces from the world of yachting.

The winner will be informed on the 30th August. To find out more about the MS Amlin Seamanship Award visit www.boatinsure.co.uk/seamanship.

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