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    Welcome to Dart Sailability

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    Welcome to Dart Sailability

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Dart Sailability exists to encourage anyone with a disability to take part and enjoy the sport of sailing or boating on The River Dart. Purpose built boats, which can be adapted to meet the needs of individual sailors are available to enable disabled people to get afloat. A hoist is available to safely lift wheelchair users into the boats.  We welcome new members with any disability, please go to the Information for Sailors page here or contact us here if you have any questions.



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Dart Sailability News Blog

By Dart Sailability 20 Jan, 2017
More information will be available nearer the time!
By Dart Sailability 20 Jan, 2017

Please contact Janet if you would like to attend with your menu choice and a cheque

01803 401007       07954160092


This year’s Annual Dinner and Prize Giving will take place on Wednesday 15 March. It will be a great opportunity to both celebrate the successes of last year’s sailing and get together socially before the start of this season.

This is our big social event of the year, so it would be great if as many possible come along to support and enjoy it. The room has a capacity for 80 so it’s worth getting your booking in to Janet Cottey early.


WE MUST HAVE MONEY AND CHOICES BY TUESDAY 21ST FEBRUARY 2017

We will be having a raffle so prizes gratefully received.

Please contact Janet if you would like to attend with your menu choice and a cheque

01803 401007       07954160092


Membershipsec@dartsailability.org


By Dart Sailability 23 Nov, 2016
We are meeting every Tuesday morning during the winter, at about 10:00am at Noss Marina to carry out maintenance on the boats. All welcome - the more the merrier. There's plenty to do. Contact Bob for more information.
By Dart Sailability 17 Nov, 2016
Another great fundraiser / awareness event at Sainsbury's Dartmouth today we raised £382.72 (: - thank you Dartmouth!
By Dart Sailability 17 Nov, 2016
The latest 'wrinkle' explains how to 'Reef an Access Dinghy', very useful information for all sailors, so....
 
We are creating a monthly article outlining different aspects of seamanship with particular reference to how we work at Dart Sailability. The plan is for past articles to be saved here so that they build up into a useful reference handbook. If you have any particular topic you would like covered – or would like to write yourself – please contact Nick .  The latest 'wrinkle' explains how to 'Reef an Access Dinghy', very useful information for all sailors, so....
 
See below for the previous 'wrinkles'
 
If you have any particular topic you would like covered – or would like to write yourself – please contact Nick

Wrinkles - past and present

We are creating a monthly article outlining different aspects of seamanship with particular reference to how we work at Dart Sailability. The plan is for past articles to be saved here so that they build up into a useful reference handbook. If you have any particular topic you would like covered – or would like to write yourself – please contact Nick .

Wrinkles so far:

8. Access Reefing

7. Mooring - to a Pontoon

6. Mooring - Cleating ropes

5. International Regulations to Prevent Collisions at Sea (IRPCS, or ColRegs) - Sail

4. Towing Access Dinghies

3. Knots - Round Turn and Two Half-Hitches

2. Marking a Waterline

1. International Regulations to Prevent Collisions at Sea (IRPCS, or ColRegs) - General

By Dart Sailability 16 Nov, 2016
The event took place on Sunday 27th November 2016 at Townstal Community Hall, Dartmouth.  Thank you to all who organised, attended and supported the event.
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