A self assessment tool for clubs and centres who want to consider how accessible their venue and facilities are.
Practical strategies to ensure the best experience every time for autistic people
Getting to know people is key to the first experience of boating and people wanting to come back again and again. Find out more with this short guide.
For some, access to a hoist, along with trained and competent volunteers or staff, makes the difference between whether they can go boating or not.
A tool to support the many people who sail who may also face communication barriers in a world that relies on a large extent to being able to see, hear and use speech
Advice about developing and maintaining safety management systems for on the water activity with the Sailability programme
Guidance around safety practice where disabled people and those with long term health conditions are taking part in activity.
Keep the conversation going about safety - its the cornerstone of fun activities - enjoy a series of conversations, articles and videos on a variety of safety topics
We want to introduce as many disabled people to sailing as possible and help them build a lifetime habit of activity around boating.
Sailactivity is an online evaluation platform that will evidence how boating activities can reduce inactivity, and impact on social and individual development.
Everyone's different, so contact us if you have questions or want to find out more about how Sailability can be made to work for you.