Sea trip fun for disabled children

Sea trip fun for disabled children

Children with disabilities enjoyed exciting boat trips organised with the support of the children’s services team at the Isle of Wight Council. Councillor Richard Quigley (front left) with Cowes Sailability Club volunteers, Wetwheels crew and trip participants....
Fun for everyone in Cowes Week

Fun for everyone in Cowes Week

Trips on a wheelchair-accessible motor boat enabled people with disabilities to enjoy the world-renowned Cowes Week regatta. Once again, Cowes Sailability Club teamed up with the Wetwheels Foundation to offer accessible boating trips for people with disabilities...
Disabilities forgotten at RVYC Open Day

Disabilities forgotten at RVYC Open Day

Cowes Sailability Club supported the annual RVYC ‘Open Day for People with Disabilities’, providing assistance and funding for wheelchair-accessible boat trips. For many years, Cowes Sailability Club has supported the Royal Victoria Yacht Club (RVYC) in Fishbourne,...
Wide smiles as boat trips resume

Wide smiles as boat trips resume

Islanders with disabilities are back on the water with wide smiles, following many months of social isolation and health anxiety. Cowes Sailability Club is once again providing opportunities for adults and young people with disabilities to socialise and engage in...
Sport England helps us cast off again

Sport England helps us cast off again

Cowes Sailability Club has received financial support from Sport England to help it resume its sailing and boating activities following the coronavirus pandemic. Cowes Sailability Club’s plans to resume boating and sailing activities for adults and children with...
Little Britain makes a big difference

Little Britain makes a big difference

Organisers of the Little Britain Challenge Cup have continued their long-standing support of Cowes Sailability Club with a donation from the proceeds of the 2020 event. Despite the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic, organisers of the Little Britain Challenge Cup...