Introduction

Dart Sailability exists to encourage anyone with a disability to take part and enjoy the sport of sailing 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 or Contact Us if you have any questions.

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We are located on the Kingswear side of the beautiful River Dart at Noss Marina. At Dart Sailability you can have a leisurely cruise on the river, learn to sail, take part in competitive racing or just enjoy good company and a cup of coffee.

Come along on a Tuesday or Saturday for a free taster session.

Dart Sailability Wrinkles

We have already covered Mooring - Cleating a Rope and how to tie a Round turn and two half-hitches, so we can now put these skills to good use in this month's wrinkle Mooring a Boat to the Pontoon.
 
Click here to see this and the previous 'wrinkles'
 
If you have any particular topic you would like covered – or would like to write yourself – please contact Nick
 
Help Dartsailability raise money by using easyfundraising.org.uk every time you shop online.

More details and sign up.

Newsflash

  • Fun Boating Workshop

    Saturday 12 March 2016 at Noss Marina Classrooms
     
    The aim of the ‘Boating Workshop’ is to have a bit of instruction to introduce a few key areas and then to enable a mix of qualified members to share their knowledge and sailing experience with those with far less training or practical skill.   See Events for more details

     
  • Annual Dinner 2016 - Friday 11th March

    The menu and more details of how to book now available on the Events page. Places must be reserved by Feb 22nd. 

     
  • Power Boat course

    I intend to run a PB2 powerboat course before we start the sailing season, the course takes two days and is essential for anyone who drives our safety boats. The dates i have in mind are any two days between Monday March 28 and Saturday April 2, the course is limited to three people so if you are interested please contact me ASAP with your available dates in this period and I will coordinate the replies to find a date suitable to most volunteers. Please reply to Richard

     
  • RDYC Membership

    The Royal Dart Yacht Club has very generously offered Dartsailability honourary membership. This will allow our group to participate in joint activities and to use the facilities of the club. Thank you RDYC. 

     

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Today's Sailing

The 2015 sailing season is now over and the winter refit has started.  Anyone who is willing to help is welcome to join in at Noss on Tuesday mornings.
 
Sailing will start again in May 2016.
 

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Photo competition 2015

September winning photo is by Anne Bailey. The judges also highly praised an entry from Bob of the Arc tied up against the Tenacious. 
Please submit your entries for the October competition and for more details visit the Photo Competition page.

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