Meet Jazz

Jazz is a competitive sailor.

Jazz loves racing, always has. 

It's physically and mentally challenging, she gets to know lots of people as she goes around events, and it's a level playing field as she competes against disabled and non disabled people. She hasn't found another sport like sailing

It keeps her fit, it's something to look forward to at the end of the week, it makes her feel better. She is the one in control on the water, where as on land she is always dictated to by her wheelchair, by the surface of the pavement or stairs. 

Sailing has slowly built Jazz's confidence. It's #MoreThanSailing.

Sailing means the world to me, it gives me a freedom I wouldn't otherwise get

I get friends, I get a place where I can just be me

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Find the best fit for you

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

Any questions

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

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.

New sailors

A level playing field. Everyone can go sailing. Rule the waves with activities for young people, adults and groups at your pace, adapted to your abilities

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