Sailability Middle Harbour

Sailability is a "not for profit", volunteer-based organisation which, through the activity of sailing, enriches the lives of people with any type of disability, the elderly, the financially and socially disadvantaged.
 
 
 
 
 
Sailability is a "not for profit", volunteer-based organisation which, through the activity of sailing, enriches the lives of people with any type of disability, the elderly, the financially and socially disadvantaged.
 
In 1991 Sailability was introduced to Australia, where there are currently over fifty groups covering every State and Territory. Since then, an eager group of Sailability volunteers have successfully taken Sailability around the world.
 
Sailability activities cover a broad spectrum, ranging from recreation, therapeutic and competitive activities, from grass-root, entry level through to elite World Championships and Paralympic training.
 
Our club member, John Taylor, is also President of Sailability at Middle Harbour. The yacht club there is an ideal venue for Sailability with handy access parking, easy wheelchair pontoon access and a sling crane set up if required. 
 
See the Sailability Middle Harbour website for more details.