Bart lives on through the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation – support us and leave your own legacy.
Andrew “Bart” Simpson died at the age of 36, in an accident on board an America’s Cup yacht in San Francisco Bay.
Andrew was a professional sailor who won Olympic Gold and he was an inspirational figure to many young people, on and off the water.
Andrew left behind his wife, Leah, and two sons, Freddie and Hamish who share Andrew’s memorable smile.
Andrew is still greatly missed by all that knew him, and those who were inspired by him but never met him.
He may be gone but he will never be forgotten.
Thanks to Sir Ben Ainslie, Iain Percy and Bart’s family, his name and achievements live on through the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation – a thriving charity that uses sailing to challenge and change children and young people’s lives.
If you would like your legacy to be a powerful force for change, please consider supporting the Foundation in your Will.
Your gift will allow us to ensure that any child or young person can enjoy the challenges of sailing.
Your gift will remove barriers to participation – financial, physical, learning disability, mental health or social.
Your gift allows us to use sailing to develop skills and capabilities in young people so they can participate in society as responsible and valuable citizens.
We value any support you feel able to give us and are happy to discuss our work, its benefits and the ways you can help.
Please contact our Legacy Administrator on 0044 (0)1305 457 077, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or write to: Lindsay Frost, Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation, Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy, Osprey Quay, Portland, Dorset, DT5 1SA
Thank you so much for your support – we really value it.
Please let us know if you have supported the Foundation in your Will. We can keep you up to date with our work, using sailing to change the lives of children and young people.