Bart's Bash 2016, the mass participation and fundraising sailing event held last weekend (17-18 September) in aid of the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation (ASSF), has been voted a resounding success by organisers and participants alike, especially in terms of expanding the interest in disabled sailing and extending this unique event's reach around the world.
It’s like waiting for the first guests to turn up to your party. You have put days, weeks, months of your time into planning and preparation and then finally the day comes. It’s Bart’s Bash 2016, and organisers need to have no concerns!
Brunei's Bash has the accolade of being first across the start line as weather gods scupper NZ hopes...for now!
Thousands of sailors across the world are poised to take part in the third annual Bart's Bash, a global sailing event being held this weekend in aid of the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation (ASSF).
The Magenta Project and ASSF working together to inspire the next generation of female sailors at Cowes Week.
8 girls from the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation (ASSF) have spent the day sailing on board an M32 Catamaran with some of the female sailors from The Magenta Project.
On Thursday 21st July, ahead of the America’s Cup World Series Portsmouth, all six America’s Cup teams will be holding a Pro-Am event on the Solent in aid of the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation (ASSF).
The Royal Yachting Association (RYA) and the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation (ASSF) will be working together with an aim to use this year’s Bart’s Bash to increase participation in sailing
Today HRH The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Land Rover BAR headquarters in Portsmouth, home of the America’s Cup team
World Sailing, the governing body of the sport, has joined forces with the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation, offering official support and promotion to Bart’s Bash.
The 1851 Trust, the official charity of Land Rover BAR and the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series Portsmouth, in partnership with the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation