In keeping with the traditions of the spirit of adventure, a ‘Indian Army Sailing Expedition’ has been undertaken by the Madras Sappers under the aegis of Army Adventure Wing (AAW) from Chennai to Kochi and back from  05 Jan 14 to 09 Feb 14.  The expedition was flagged off from the Naval Jetty at Chennai by Maj Gen R G Krishnan, Chief of Staff HQ ATNK & K Area on 05 Jan 14.  The expedition has been entailed Sailing in two Maxi-77 Yachts by crew of twelve (six per yacht) from Chennai to Kochi and back.  A total of 1080 NMs has been covered under the leadership of Maj Kishore Kunal of MEG & Centre.  The expedition faced various challenges starting from rough seas and bad weather

MEG & CENTRE TEAM
1. Maj Kishore Kunal (MEG & C)
2. Capt Vivek Pathak (MEG & C)
3. Sub Durai Raj (MEG & C)
4. Nb Sub T Siva (MEG & C)
5. L Nk Inigo (MEG & C)
6. Spr Girish (MEG & C)
7. Spr Narayan M (MEG & C)
8. Spr L K Rao (MEG & C)
9. Spr Rahul D S (MEG & C)
10. Spr Rahul M Nair (MEG & C)
11. Spr Thomson T J (MEG & C)
12. Spr Sathish Kumar (MEG & C)
13. Spr S Darwin (MEG & C)
Jt Services Blue Water Sailing Expedition from Port Blair to Chennai and Back.  Jt Services Blue Water Sailing Expedition was undertaken by MEG with Indian Navy ex A & NC from Port Blair to Chennai and back in two legs.  First leg from Port Blair to Chennai was undertaken by Indian Navy and return leg from Chennai to Port Blair was undertaken by MEG & Centre. Col Deepak Berry, ex Supdt Trg was ldr of the expedition and is a reputed sailor with adequate experience in sailing.  The expedition was sailed on J-24 yacht by a crew of five in each leg covering a distance of 1600 NM over 20 days.
A Tri-Medium expedition from Chennai to Visakhapattanam and back was conducted under the aegis of HQ ATNK&K Area christened as GOLDEN PALM TRI MEDIUM EXPEDITION from 17 Feb 10 to 08 Mar 10. The Overall resp for conduct of expedition was given to MEG & Centre. Col Deepak Berry Commanding Officer Chief Instructor Workshops was expedition ldr. The expedition aimed at inculcating a sense of adventure as also a means of interacting with ex-servicemen and local population along the route. The expedition was conducted via tri mediums ie a cycling leg by personnel of JAK RIF and a sailing leg carried out by personnel from MEG & Centre.
A Flag Off Ceremony was held on 17 Feb 10 at the Naval Jetty at Chennai. The Expedition was flagged off by Lt Gen Pradeep Khanna, AVSM, VSM, ADC, GOC-in-C, Southern Command on 17 FEB 10 in the presence of senior Army, Navy and Coast Guard dignitaries. Media personnel were present in large numbers on the occasion.
A Expedition flag was presented to the expedition ldr by the Army Cdr.  The sailors of MEG & Centre set sail in two Maxi 77 yachts covered a distance of over 580 nautical miles during the course of the expedition.  A total of 10 sailors from the Centre participated in the expedition.  During the expedition an Ex servicemen meet was org at Visakhapattnam under the arrangement of zilla sainik welfare office Visakhapattanam. The return leg was flagged off  by Rear Admiral KB Singh COS Eastern Naval; Comd  on 26 Feb 2010.  The expedition was flagged in at Chennai on 08 Mar 2010 by Maj Gen  NK Kohli , Offg GOC ATNK  & K,  Brig RM Mittal, SM  Comdt,  also sailed from Vishakpattanam to Kakinada.

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Coast Guard Sailing Cup 2013 held at Chennai, Port Trust on 16-17 Feb 13.   Four players of GP Sailing Team represented for ATNK & K Area team, and won the championship