Whether she’s racking up the medals or encouraging others afloat, Lucy Hodges MBE says none of it would have been possible without her own RYA training
Funding to reduce inequalities in sport is making watersports accessible for all
Opportunities to come together as a community of clubs, centres and people - enjoying time on the water and sharing a wealth of knowledge
Volunteers are the heartbeat of Sailability. So many different types of people give their time to support sailors in getting on the water - there is a role for everyone, on or off the water.
Be part of a community of clubs and centres passionate about getting people on the water, no matter what it takes
Everyone is different, so contact us if you have questions or want to find out more about how boating and Sailability can be made to work for you
Looking for the next challenge - the only limit is your imagination. There is a world of opportunity to develop your skills, build confidence and nurture your passion.
Everyone can go sailing. Rule the waves with activities for young people, adults and groups at your pace, adapted to your abilities.
Dedicated sailor Bob Harper from Carrickfergus has stepped down from his role of RYA Northern Ireland Sailability Co-Ordinator.