ACHIEVEMENTS

Hayling Island Sail Training Trust - HISTT- since its inauguration in 1996 - has been able to support a number of projects at Hayling Island Sailing Club - HISC

The very first project was the building of the new sea wall without which the new building for HISC could not begin to be built or expect to survive!

Large grants, of well over 500,000 pounds, were then provided for the building of the Junior Training /Lecture Rooms and percentages were allowed towards the Race/Safety Tower, Snack Bar and Overnight Accommodation.
Disabled Accommodation, Showers, the Lift and the First Aid Room were paid for entirely with money from the Trust.

Since 2006, the Trust has been asked to provide money for:-
the new Junior Oppie Racking,
three new Fevas for the Thursday Club,
and three new Engines for Junior Ribs.

During 2010, a grant of over 12,000 was made to HISC covering a third of the renewal costs of the pontoon;  a further grant of nearly 2000 was made towards a sixth of the cost of renewing
the engine of the Hayling Rescue Rib.
A smaller grant was given to the Thursday Club.

seadefence

oppieracks

SEA DEFENCES AND RACE TOWER

OPPIE RACKING

thursday

training

THURSDAY CLUB-HOUSE

TRAINING ROOM



In 2012, 800 went to the Thursday Club
In 2013, 450 went to Hayling Sea School to pay for Thursday Club Training
 and the Oppies for the Seals were puchased for 2300.
The Commodores bursaries were granted 1000 and 2500 went to Hayling Rescue
For 2014,  the Commodores Bursaries were upped to 2000.
During 2015, Hayling Rescue received over 7000 towards the major refit and
 the Thursday Club had over 1200 for Powerboat and Instructor Training
In 2016, Hayling Rescue again received nearly 7000 and then a new project was initiated for Junior Training and the Red Ribbon Tera Club applied for a grant for their sumer training. 360 was given to them and then a further grant for the Tera and also the Feva Fleet was made of 600 each for Winter Training.
The Commodore Bursaries had 2000.
2017