Sailability

Sailability is the RYA’s national programme enabling people with disabilities to try sailing and take part regularly.

what is sailability?

Sailability is the RYA’s national programme enabling people with disabilities to try sailing and take part regularly. SHSC now offer annual adult and junior sailability memberships YOU CAN NOW VISIT THE STAUNTON HAROLD SAILABILITY TRUST WEBSITE BY CLICKING HERE

Staunton Harold Sailability Trust:

Staunton Harold Sailability Trust provides sailing and waterborne opportunities for disabled people throughout the county, affiliated to the RYA and we follow the pathway they have created.SHST (Staunton Harold Sailability Trust) is a registered charity operating by agreement with Staunton Harold Sailing Club. It is run by Trustees that are drawn from the club, professionals from outside the club and independent supporters.We can cater for adults and children with a very wide range of disabilities both physical and mental, we work closely with them, professional organisations, other charities, parents and carers. We also offer carers, parents and siblings the opportunity to take to the water to either see their children in action or physically take part. No experience is required to take part.Alongside sailing and waterborne sensory experiences we offer a range of onshore activities  for spectators or participants  to take part in.All sessions must be pre booked and paid in advance, each session costs £5.00 per person, bookings can be made through the website www.shst.org.uk . If you would like to find out more then please contact us through the website,  or find us on twitter @SH_Sailability or on Instagram shsailability or our facebook page. We provide all equipment required to take part, if you would like to find out more please go to our website for more details and information on how to book on sessions, more about what we do, how to volunteer.Financial support grants and sponsorship for individuals may be available towards full club membership, contact the trust for more details. If you would like to donate or raise funds for the trust or get involved as a helper then please contact the trust via email secretary@shst.org.uk or donate BY CLICKING HERE