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RYA Sailability 

Through RYA Sailability over 40,000 young people and adults with disabilities are introduced to sailing per year, and many go on to sail on a regular basis.

Sailing is one of the very few sports in which able-bodied sailors and disabled sailors can participate on equal terms.

Imagine the thrill of sailing for people who can feel and hear but have no sight, or of sailing a boat at speed even though they can't walk, or of joining in a sport where deafness doesn't matter.

Sailability continues to encourage and support people with disabilities to take up the sport and facilitate sites to develop sailing opportunities.

Where to go sailing
Search for your local sailing site
Sailability TV
Video resource for disabled sailing
Foghorn Winter 2013
The latest Sailability news
Disability Awareness Training
Attend a Disability Awareness training course, become a Sailability Disability Awareness Instructor or authorised centre.
Certificate of Achievement Scheme
This scheme enables people with a learning difficulty to achieve set tasks in sailing and be rewarded for that achievement.
Multiclass Regatta 2014
The Multiclass Regatta will take place at Rutland Sailing Club 15-17 August 2014
Funding future Paralympic talent
Goldsmiths and RYA are offereing an opportunity to apply for funding.
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Online networking with Sailability
Equipment Directory
Disabled sailing equipment

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