2020 regattas cancelled

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most of the regattas in the MBA Sailing series are not taking place in 2020. Therefore the Henley team will not be sailing together this year. We hope to be back up and running in 2021.

Global MBA Trophy 2019

The team enjoyed an excellent weekend of sailing in the Solent including a special ’round the island’ race. The event was held between 26th and 28th April 2019.

Very high winds meant that some of the sailing was reduced on the Saturday but overall a really enjoyable time.

The Global MBA Trophy – Sunsail Regatta Fri 26 and Saturday 27th April 4024 Henley
Left to Right: David Cummings (Skipper), Michiel Commandeur, Tim Lawson (First Mate), Pete Muggleton, Mandy Mitten, Tom Brackenbury, Rob Buckley. Not in photo: Dave Lewis

See our photo gallery for more pics from this event.

Team confirmed for Global MBA Trophy 2019

The Henley Business School team for this years Global MBA Trophy is confirmed as:

  • David Cummings (Skipper)
  • Tim Lawson (First Mate)
  • Pete Muggleton
  • Tom Brackenbury
  • Michiel Commandeur
  • Rob Buckley
  • Dave Lewis
  • Mandy Mitten

The Global MBA Trophy is a high profile, international sailing event that brings together accomplished business men and women from across the world – alumni of the world’s best business schools, who come together to sail in the name of their School.

We encourage alumni, current students and staff of Henley Business School or the University of Reading to join our team so please make contact if you are interested.

More news soon!

Team confirmed for Cranfield Regatta 2018

The Henley team for this years Cranfield MBA Regatta is confirmed as:

Rob Buckley (skipper)
Tim Lawson
Rachelle Gaskell
Michiel Commandeur
Richard Leech
Kirsty Parker
Robert Schroeder

We still have one vacancy to make up the final crew of eight so please make contact if you are interested. More news soon!

Henley members join Clipper Race

Two Henley Sailing crew members, Tim Lawson and Lynn Ellwood, are joining the next Clipper Round The World race in 2015/16.

Tim

Lynn

The race is considered the longest in sailing, covering over 40,000 miles and taking over 10 months for the full circumnavigation. More news soon as the training begins!

 

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Clipper was started by Sir Robin Knox-Johnston who was the first person to sail single handed around the globe without stopping.