Sailor getting ready to leave the pontoon. Ready for action.
David getting ready to leave the pontoon, ready for action

Meet David

You could say I swing by for a spot of racing now and then

David got involved because of independence, and the equipment enables him to be competitive.

David spends so much time with a carer, or with someone around him, but he can go out on a boat, be independent, and really enjoy the scenery in the fresh air. David races regularly at his local club, runs the Sailability group there and is involved with the Hansa Class Association, so its not just on the water that he gets a sense of purpose.


It's a great strategic sport, and I have been all over the world with it. I just love it

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With over 200 Sailability venues, there is somewhere on the water near you. Finding the best fit for your values, needs and budget is key to your enjoymebnt.

Your first visit

Before your first visit, find out what support you can expect, plan what you need to bring and think about the support you will need

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Everyone's different, so contact us if you have questions or want to find out more about how boating can be made to work for you

Experienced sailors

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New sailors

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Types of boats

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