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QMSC's Environmental Strategy

The environmental impact that we are having on the Earth in recent times means it is becoming increasingly crucial that we are aware of this. Here at Queen Mary Sailing Club, we want to do as much as we can to lower our impact and ensure we are helping the environment. This is important for our members and any outside visitors on site.  

QMSC are getting involved by doing the following

  • Increasing recycling points around the sailing club
  • Reduction in single-use plastic on site and in the caterers
  • Big bottle bank for plastic bottles under the stairs

The GreenBlue Initiative

This environmental awareness initiative was developed jointly by the RYA and the British Marine back in 2005. Since then they have had four main aims:  

  • Raising awareness amongst industry and users
  • Reducing harmful discharges
  • Reducing environmental disturbance
  • Encouraging sustainable choices

Queen Mary Sailing Club supports all of their aims and by doing so is promoting a sustainable boating community. We invite you to join us!

Read more about what you can do here.


Check, Clean and Dry: Preventing the spread of Invasive Species

The Ocean Guardian Challenge

Queen Mary Sailing Club are getting involved with this latest challenge, which consists of three main parts

  • Getting young people to learn about plastic
  • Getting schools to reduce their plastic footprint
  • Getting more people connected with local waterways

Read more about this challenge.