America’s Cup World Series Portsmouth 2016, a great day for all

Haven Knox-Johnston were delighted to host five young people, Sonnie, Oli, Laura, Abby and Sam, at the America’s Cup World series in Portsmouth.  The five, who were invited by Julian […]

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Haven Academy championing opportunity! 5 young sailors invited to the America’s Cup 2016

The Haven Academy funded by Haven Knox-Johnston, part of MS Amlin, works to involve those who might not otherwise have the chance to enjoy and embrace boating. The 2016

Inspirational Memories with the Haven Academy…

Whilst the eyes of the sailing world were focused on the waters off Portsmouth enjoying the first event of the 2015 America’s Cup World Series, a group of

Haven Academy…changing lives

The Haven Academy, funded by Haven Knox-Johnston, continues its legacy to involve those who might not otherwise have an opportunity to enjoy and embrace an aspect of boating.

HMS Medusa’s return to Normandy 2014

The HMS Medusa Trust was the winner of the 2012 Haven Academy award for Boat Restoration. Alan Watson, chairman of the trust said “The profile of the Medusa Trust

Sir Robin Knox-Johnston presents 2014 Haven Academy Award

Sail 4 Cancer, a charity set up in 2001 by a group of keen sailors who had all lost a close friend or relative to cancer, is the

Winner of the 2014 Haven Academy Award

Sail 4 Cancer scoops 85% of public vote to win 2014 Haven Academy Award The 2014 Haven Academy Awards vote has now officially closed and we are pleased to

Haven Academy’s 2013 legacy

Thanks to the funding from Haven Academy, Sea-Hear-Discover will continue to help people with hearing impediments. Hearing loops will be fitted to the boats "Discovery" and "Thermopylae" Clipper to aid

Sea-Hear-Discover sets sail!

The 2013 Round the Island Race was a great opportunity to introduce our new crew members from SONUS, a Southampton based charity for people with hearing impediments, to

Academy winners take part in International Tall Ships Race

Sea-Hear-Discover ventured a little further afield to race from Riga in Latvia to Szczecin in Poland as part of the International Tall Ships’ Race. The staff from Discovery