Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is offering a live webcam looking out across the site from the mast of a ship. On the website there are activities and guides to the dockyards history and the amazing nautical events that have happened there.
The Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust takes young people aged between 8-24 sailing to help them regain their confidence, on their way to recovery from cancer, leukaemia and other serious illness.
Sailing takes many forms; you can cruise, race or simply potter around in all kinds of boats, on the sea or inland water. It is one of the very few sports in which able-bodied sailors and disabled sailors can participate on equal terms.
The Para World Sailing Committee is responsible for sailing for people with disabilities worldwide. The committee is responsible for the Paralympic Sailing Programme including Events and Equipment selection. It promotes, assesses and supports programmes for disabled sailing run by their Member National Authorities (MNAs) .
Steve Sawford Marine Ltd ( SS Marine ) is a family run company, established in 1997 , they based the business on the principle of enabling everyone, regardless of ability, mobility and age to take part in the invigorating sport of sailing.
Sailability is the RYA’s national programme enabling people with disabilities to try sailing and take part regularly. It’s the prefect sport to feel tranquillity and freedom on the water, or progress your skills and become competitive.
The Deaf Sailing UK Club’s website provides an overview of the Club and sets out our full programme for the year.