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At Cowes Sailability Club, there’s always a lot of activity taking place, on and off the water. We love to share stories of our members’ adventures and hope you enjoy reading our news articles below. Click here to subscribe to our monthly newsletter ‘All Aboard’ and stay up-to-date on all our news.
Cowes Sailability Club is offering accessible sailing trips on a 34-foot sailing yacht.
Sailing for adults with disabilities has recommenced and new members are very welcome.
Volunteers at Cowes Sailability Club are readying the boats in preparation for the start of the 2022 sailing season.
Keen sailor Roger Sutton has been appointed Commodore of Cowes Sailability Club for the 2022 season.
Local people with disabilities developed essential life skills in ‘thrilling’ boat trips funded by Royal Southern Yacht Club Trust.
Cowes Sailability Club is eager to welcome new volunteers who can help run sailing and boating activities for people with disabilities.
Cowes Sailability Club acknowledged the achievements of members and volunteers in its annual award ceremony.
Cowes Sailability Club’s weekly sailing activities, supported by the RYA, provided fun and companionship for people with disabilities
Children with disabilities enjoyed exciting boat trips organised with the support of the children’s services team at the Isle of Wight Council.
Trips on a wheelchair-accessible motor boat enabled people with disabilities to enjoy the world-renowned Cowes Week regatta.
Cowes Sailability Club supported the annual RVYC ‘Open Day for People with Disabilities’, providing assistance and funding for wheelchair-accessible boat trips.
Islanders with disabilities are back on the water with wide smiles, following many months of social isolation and health anxiety.