Blue and white trainers on a white and blue background

Show your support for UK Sail Trainers by wearing your UK Sail Trainers!


ASTO (Association of Sail Training Organisations) are delighted to announce the launch of the brand new UK Sail Trainers. The footwear range marks the first time that the Gosport-based charity has released its’ own line of merchandise to promote Sail Training in the UK.


ASTO’s General Manager, Lucy Grodie, said: “After more than two years of uncertainty and anxiety caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, Sail Training is an essential tool for improving young lives. Sail Training provides our young people with countless opportunities for growth, development and, most importantly – FUN!


The UK Sail Trainers will only be available for a limited time whilst stocks last.

Use promo code: APRILFOOLS for a 10% discount.



Okay, it’s time to come clean… this is in fact just an April Fool’s Day joke. Sadly ASTO will not be releasing branded UK Sail Trainers – but don’t worry, there are still plenty of other ways that you can show your support for Sail Training!


Here are a few examples of things you could do:


  • Volunteer: Giving up your time is a great way of supporting the vital work that our UK Sail Training members do
  • Donate: Even a small donation can go a long way to help our members continue transforming young lives
  • Fundraise: There are lots of different ways you can raise money including sponsored challenges and auctioning unwanted items
  • Share: Help spread the word by sharing our members’ posts on social media or maybe you could introduce someone new to the world of Sail Training


Whilst you’re here, why not take a tour of the rest of the UK Sail Training website if you haven’t already.


You can learn more about our UK Sail Training member organisations by clicking here.

Click here to find out more about our #SailToWellbeing campaign, which promotes the benefits of Sail Training on young people’s mental health and wellbeing.

Visit our Research page to see how Sail Training uses the Theory of Change model to measure real-life successes and outcomes in Sail Training.

Or, head over to our UK Sail Training Careers page to start a new journey of your own with a career in Sail Training.



Stay up to date with all the latest UK Sail Training news and events by following us on social media: @UKSailTraining.