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Gain the knowledge and confidence to enable disabled people to take part in boating, feel welcome and to share in a passion for getting on the water

How sailing can boost our mental health

A London SEN school for pupils with severe learning difficulties goes powerboating

Jazz is a competitive sailor.

Meet the disabled people and those with long term health conditions who get to go boating. Take the first steps so you can rule the waves.

Sally lost the sight in the corner of her left eye and walks with a crutch following a stroke. But Sally feels she got her life back when she was introduced to her local Sailability group at Pitsford Reservoir.

Sailing is open to everyone. Regardless of age or ability, it’s a level playing field out on the water and the opportunities to get involved are ever evolving. Find out about some of the boats involved.

Gail Moody is reflecting on the two years her 17-year-old daughter, Millie, has been involved at Rutland Sailability.

Building social skills, confidence and feeling part of a community.

Getting afloat makes a difference to people living with MS