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Sailors with a disability or long term illness can still enjoy a variety of dinghies and keelboats. Disabilities can be physical, affecting limbs, mobility, or blindness. Or there is a mental side, including autism, learning difficulties and the mental effects of cancer survivors or military veterans. Sailing is possible for all these groups, often competitively, and is known to help people tremendously.

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Lynn Steward has carried on dinghy racing, despite physical challenges
Posted on 18 Feb
Introducing the Andrew Cassell Foundation
Helping disabled sailors reach maximum independence on the water
Posted on 29 Jan
Adapting your boat and your racing techniques
Interview with Alex Hovden about his Challenger sailing
Posted on 27 Jan
RYA videos about disabled sailing
Enjoying your time on the water regardless of a physical impairment
Posted on 1 Dec 2023
International Blind Keelboat League at Rutland
An event that showcased the resilience, skill, and camaraderie of six international teams
Posted on 21 Nov 2023
Triple Crown of Charity Sailing Trophy winners
CRAB Adaptive Boating Center sees tie for first place
Posted on 15 Nov 2023
'Sip and Puff' sailboat making anything possible
New adapted keelboat for Mylor Sailing School near Falmouth
Posted on 31 Oct 2023
How sailors with a disability get into a dinghy
Looking at slings and hoists with Frensham Pond Sailability
Posted on 20 Oct 2023
SKUD 18 UK Nationals at Rutland
A great weekend of close racing for the disabled helms
Posted on 27 Sep 2023
Seating options for sailors with a disability
What do accessible dingies and small keelboats look like on the inside?
Posted on 7 Apr 2023
Inclusive sailing never stops in Lignano
Disabled people enjoy various water sports without barriers in northern Italy
Posted on 6 Feb 2023
World Sailing confirms commitment to Para Sailing
“Our success is defined by the number of disabled people who have access to our sport”
Posted on 22 Nov 2022
Autism on the Water
We speak to the charity's founder Murray MacDonald
Posted on 3 Nov 2022
Wetwheels Foundation charity for SBS BoatLife 2023
Offering the opportunity for all disabled people to access the sea in a safe way
Posted on 24 Oct 2022
Phuket sailing duo at Inclusion Worlds for Sailing
Thai team finish 8 amongst 25 teams from around the world
Posted on 30 Aug 2022
Disabled owner achieves milestone ocean crossing
Philippe Guglielmetti set a goal to captain his own boat across an ocean
Posted on 26 Jul 2022
Sign up for the RYA U25 Para Sailing Camps
Offering young disabled sailors the chance to attend four development and selection camps
Posted on 9 May 2022
Poole Regatta chooses Poole Sailability as Charity
Official Charity of The International Paint Poole Regatta 2022
Posted on 15 Apr 2022
UK's first truly barrier-free boating weekend
Disabled sailing opportunities this May in Portsmouth
Posted on 21 Feb 2022
Sailability Keelboat League welcomes sailors back
Over 30 sailors of all abilities took to the water at Portland Harbour
Posted on 24 Sep 2021
HH44 Open collaboration with the DSA of the UK
Innovation and careful design enable the disabled sailor to easily get on and off the boat
Posted on 8 Mar 2021
Virtual RYA Sailability Conference a huge success
More than 200 delegates came together at the weekend for a chance to regroup
Posted on 17 Feb 2021
Natasha Lambert sets off for the Atlantic
Natasha is crossing the Atlantic to raise funds for 3 very deserving charities
Posted on 23 Nov 2020
RYA Sailability: From Lockdown and Beyond
Sailability clubs and centres have gone through eight months of upheaval
Posted on 12 Nov 2020
B&G proud to support Natasha Lambert
Award winning disabled sailor embarking on her most challenging voyage so far
Posted on 9 Nov 2020
C'mon over for a Boat Splash!
organised by Disabled Sailing Thailand
Posted on 17 Sep 2020
RYA Sailability release guide to autism & boating
Volunteers and instructors across the UK can now access new guidance
Posted on 24 Aug 2020
Colin Mudie, OCC Founding Member, passes away
Lymington-based yacht and tall ships designer, balloonist, author and disabled-sailing advocate
Posted on 7 Apr 2020
New boats launched by Disabled Sailing Thailand
S\V Arnaud 1 and S\V Arnaud 2 launched in Phuket
Posted on 9 Jan 2020
40 Years On: The Story of the Challenger
How a disabled but adventurous lady worked with a brilliant yacht designer
Posted on 22 Dec 2019
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