Partnerships

Name

The Otley Sailing Club

The Otley Sailing Club seek to foster a family atmosphere and actively encourage sailing for all ages and abilities. They provide a youth club on Sunday mornings leading to the RYA Junior Sailing Awards. They promote dinghy sailing in the West and North Yorkshire regions providing sailing, power and safety boat training for members, from absolute beginners to the highest level. Non members are also welcomed on their courses.

They are committed to working with sailors of all abilities, have a Sailability Centre of Excellence award and are an RYA OnBoard Centre offering sailing experiences to young people in the local area.

Their substantial clubhouse has changing and shower facilities, comfortable clubhouse and fully equipped galley.

Become a Partner

Freightlink is working with a number of key strategic partners to enhance the service we are able to provide to our customers.

Key Benefits

Experience

Experience

We provide a customer journey like no other. Smooth, seamless transactions at all times.

Booking Data Exchange

Booking Data Exchange

Direct links into suppliers systems. Bookings made via EDI.

European Links

European Links

Linking more than 40 countries, across 550 different ferry routes.

Forward Thinking

Forward Thinking

We always look to innovate and make sure the decisions we make have a positive impact on our customers.

Connections

Connections

Relationships and partners are key to developing in the freight ferry industry. We pride ourselves on ours.

Exclusivities

Exclusivities

Products and processes that are only available through Freightlink.

Advanced Technology

Advanced Technology

For years we have been the first to make a move, and from this we own one of the powerful ferry booking systems.

Familiarity

Familiarity

All accounts get a dedicated account manager available at the critical times. Never be a number.

Expand Networks

Expand Networks

One of our partners, could be your next partner. Talk to us about who we work with, you never know what you could get out of it.