• David & Roy

  • Chicken Rock Lighthouse

  • The Burro Dragon

  • Some of the helpers at the bag pack Shoprite Port Erin

  • Attending the Lusitania memorial 3 May at Peel

  • I enjoyed my birthday out sailing

  • We like sailing, why don't you join us.

  • We loved our cruise to Scotland

  • Peel Clothworkers primary school pay their first visit

  • Visitors to our waters

News

WE NEED YOUR HELP !

We need your help!  Sailing for the Disabled Isle of Man (SFTD) wants to hear your thoughts about how we communicate with you and your experience with the charity.  The purpose of the survey is to ensure that you get maximum benefit from the organisation.

We will ask you a number of questions about your experience to date with SFTD, including your sailing experience and what you feel about the ways in which we communicate with you.  The questionnaire will take about 5-10 minutes.  Please be as honest as possible.  There are no right answers and your opinions are important to us. You can download the questionnaire HERE

A successful bag pack

Yesterday's bag pack in Onchan Shoprite raised £412.83 for the charity. Pretty good for such a foul day with footie on the telly! Thanks to the team of Chris, Mike, Tony, Dawn( and moi) for giving up their time to help and doing a great PR job

COFFEE MORNING

There will be one of our famous coffee mornings on the boat on Saturday 10th December from 10am -1pm.

Why not take a break from Christmas shopping and come down for a cuppa, cake and a catch-up with your sailing pals?

Donations of any baked goods will be most welcome! 

MOANA JR musical

We are extremely grateful to LMS Partners putting our name forward as the beneficiary of the final night collection after Disney's Moana JR musical at the Gaiety  Theatre. The audience were very generous and we received £172.99 in donations. This is an astonishing number considering the challenges that households are facing, and the fact that this was a childrens production, right at the end of the half-term period.

The costs incurred in providing the services to our members are challenging, and the receipt of the funds from the collection will help with the day-to-day running of the vessel.

 A big thank you to all supporters and our collecting volunteers.

Passing of David Robert Jones

A heartfelt thank you to the family for bringing our charity forward for donations in memory of David. He will be remembered as an ethusiastic sailor and his company was appreciated by many fellow sailors.

Our thoughts are with his wife Susan, family and friends

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