Source to Sea

RYA POWERABILITY

We are pleased to be introducing the RYA’s new “Powerbility” programme at AHOY.   Powerability compliments and dovetails into the RYA Powerboat scheme at Level 1. The syllabus covers the clothing and safety equipment an individual needs, getting started in a powerboat, developing crew skills and what it takes to be a helm.   Some […]

Row your way in an AHOY Cutter

The AHOY has now commenced building it’s own designed AHOY Cutter, a 31 foot long rowing cutter designed to fit for 6 rowers plus cox.   Our first one has been sold on a Partnership Agreement where the owner purchases the boat for their personal use and AHOY has access to the boat when it […]

Source to Sea

We’re very fortunate to be supported by Thames enthusiast Helen Charlton this summer, as she embarks on a Source to Sea challenge.   A gruelling 185 miles/298 km awaits Helen which she plans to complete on foot, paddleboard, Kayak and Row, finishing her journey at AHOY.   Helen has set herself the target is to […]

New approach to Education

We are excited to be trialling 2 new innovative programmes with students from local secondary school Deptford Green, which are designed to use the powerful engagement potential of an experiential approach to education.   Using the boat building workshop and river/beach school and on-water rowing, learning is taken “outside” the classroom and taught through real […]

AHOY moves to the sound of IRIE!

We were grateful to welcome IRIE! Dance Theatre to AHOY on Saturday 19th May who took our shipmates through Active You’ programme; a Beginners African and Caribbean Dance session The aim of the programme is aimed at providing a gentle introduction to physical activity for those in the community who are less active and interested in […]

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