A sailing charity for injured veterans is inviting friends, supporters and well-wishers to join them for its fourth annual Dining in Night on Saturday 23 November.Read more
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A charity dinner and auction in aid of Armed Forces personnel affected by military service has been hailed an “incredible success” by organisers.Read more
Cornwall-based sailing charity Turn to Starboard will host a charity dinner and auction in London this June.Read more
Retired businessman Mark Ashley-Miller, 56, sets out from Dartmouth today (29 March) to circumnavigate the UK and visit every Harbour Master on an epic two-year voyage.Read more
Turn to Starboard Chief Executive, Shaun Pascoe, was presented with The Henry Worsley Award by Prince HarryRead more
Are you ready to put your survival skills to the test and survive for 48-hours in a mystery outdoor location for charity?Read more
A sailing charity for injured veterans has been given a boost after reaching the halfway mark of its campaign to buy a new training boat.Read more
An international powerboat race, which comes to Falmouth from June 29 to July 1, has announced a partnership with a sailing charity for injured veterans.
The new partnership will see the International Powerboat Race Club (IPRC) join together with Falmouth-based Turn to Starboard for the first time to raise funds for those affected by military operations.
After a day of testing and launching the powerboats at Port Pendennis Shipyard, drivers will make a splash on Saturday, 30 June as they race two laps of a course from Falmouth to Plymouth and back – a total of 144 miles.Read more
The official countdown is underway for the Endeavour Fund supported Turn to Starboard Round Britain Challenge, with just three weeks to go. On Saturday August 5, a team of veterans affected by military operations will challenge their minds and bodies by sailing 2,000 miles around the British Isles on board a tall ship.
The 8-week voyage, which is also supported by The Royal Marines Charity, will set sail from Falmouth in a clockwise direction and navigate Britain’s spectacular coastline visiting places such as Liverpool, Tobermory, Isle of Skye, Newcastle and Ipswich.Read more