• 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.

  • Peel Clothworkers primary school pay their first visit

  • Visitors to our waters


Disability Awareness Training

There are still a couple of places available on the disability awareness training on Sunday 8th December.
Any volunteer crew who haven't attended yet please contact Carole Q on 480652/ carolequayle@gmail.com to reserve a place.
You know who you are...... :-)"

May your Christmas be bright & merry

During the Festive Season it is customary to send Christmas messages to clients and customers. Perhaps, this year, instead of sending cards, you might possibly consider donating to one of our local charities, thus providing valuable help in maintaining the many services provided to our Community. 

"Sailing for the Disabled" would be thrilled to receive one such donation, enabling us to continue providing the sailing experience to individuals with disabilities. Most charities are currently struggling to generate funds and certainly any one of the Island's charities would be grateful to receive a donation, especially at this time of year. 

Notwithstanding, on behalf of all our volunteers and members, Sailing for the Disabled would like to wish you and your team a very Merry Christmas and a successful and prosperous 2020

BAG PACK Sunday 8 December

Volunteers are needed for our Bag Pack in Shoprite, Bowring Road, Ramsey on Sunday 8th December.
As well as raising funds to keep our fantastic yacht  Pride of Mann III sailing, bag packs also help to raise awareness of the charity. 
Please contact Adrienne on 466514 if you could possibly spare an hour or two to help with bag packing or just talking to customers and give information about your charity.
Many thanks to Shoprite for allowing us to use their store.


POM III still in Whitehaven

As you might have noticed, the berth of Pride of Mann III is still empty. Unfortunately we have to be patient a little longer as works progress.

The engineers are working hard on getting the propeller and rope cutter ready but since a special modification is needed to be able to attach the rope cutter, works take a little longer. Rest assured, the boat will be in tip-top shape and even more safe than before once back home.


To give you the opportunity to get familiar with cruising we organise a local cruise from

Monday 9th to 12th December

What does this mean:

3 to 4 days of sailing available in Manx waters. You may join the boat for the duration sleeping on board, or, join the boat for a full day sail (sleeping at home), the boat will be in a Manx port each night.

This is an ideal opportunity to experience the fun of cruising, sleeping and eating on board. 

You may also find out if you suffer from motion sickness!!

Contact Arne for further information 497973

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