RYA Sailability is the national organising charity for disabled sailing. Its mission is to promote and co-ordinate active participation by people with disabilities in the sailing community. It is a national organisation and membership is open to anyone who shares its aims. RYA Sailability has forged a new and innovative programme which will have a significant impact on the sport of sailing.
Northampton Sailability offers facilities for disabled people to enjoy a wide variety of sailing activities, ranging from joy-rides around Pitsford reservoir to teaching to Royal Yachting Association (RYA) standards in dinghy and keelboat sailing.
Funding and Donations. Northampton Sailability is funded by members' subscriptions and donations by organisations and individuals. If you would like to help us see the Contacts page.
Summer Challenge Results to date. See News page.
UKSA Trip Photos See News page.
Norfolk Broads holiday at Nancy Oldfield Trust, Sept 2nd-16th.
Places are still available for this popular trip. See Activities page for details.
|All About the group, its operation and the Fleet.||Information about all Activities, sailing opportunities and forthcoming events. Updated 8th July 2017|
|Our Programme Diary of regular and special events. Updated 1st January 1970||What we can offer as an RYA Recognised Training Centre, and some Members' experiences.|
|News reports, achievements and fund raising events. Updated 21st July 2017||Comprehensive Archive of past exploits and stories.|
|List of Contacts, Who's Who, Membership Fees and information, Donating and Location Map. Updated 29th June 2017||Information. Helpful documents and links to useful websites. Updated 29th June 2017|
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