International Sailing Schools Association (ISSA)
Association internationale des écoles de voiles
Asociación Internacional de Escuelas de Vela
Internationale Segelschulen Vereinigung
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11 Jan 1969, London (UK), following initiatives in 1968. Statutes adopted at 1st Meeting, 11 Jan 1969, London. Statutes amended: 5 Oct 1978, Vienna (Austria); 1 Oct 1981, Palma de Mallorca (Spain); 20 Oct 1982, Tetouan (Morocco); 3 Oct 1985, Tréboul (France); 1976, Helsinki (Finland); 1986, Montréal (Canada) 1987; 1991, Vienna; 1996, Brighton (UK); 2000, Edinburgh (UK). Registered in Lausanne (Switzerland).
Reinforce internationally all institutions teaching sailing; promote sailing through teaching, initiation, improvement, in collaboration with other international water sport associations; encourage more people to take part in sailing; ensure maintenance of high standards of quality and safety.Available with paid subscription only.
Training/education; knowledge management/information dissemination; events/meetings.
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Members in 38 countries
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