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
 
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Newsflash

  • Presentation to Janet and family

    On Thursday 19th May a presentation at Berry Head Hotel was made to Janet, Kevin, Brendon & Calvin Helmore to celebrate their contribution to Dart Sailability over the years. See News page for photos

     
  • Help with Rescue boat

    Would any volunteer be prepared to collect the rescue boat from Darthaven marina on Tuesday's and bring it up to Noss, I can arrange free parking in the marina car park.
    You must hold a PB2 certificate, please contact me and I can give you full details if you think you can help. 

    Richard Fellender Chief powerboat instructor

     
  • Mark features in Foghorn

    The RYA Sailability Newsletter "Foghorn" features an article by our former Principal, Mark Farries.  Click here

     
  • Power Boat course

    The recent PB 2 course was completed with three new volunteers being awarded their certificates. Congratulations to Denise, Keith and Colin.
     

    I intend to run another course early in the sailing season probably on Tuesday afternoons after sailing so if you are interested please email me or see me down at Noss. Richard Fellender ( Chief Power Instructor)

     
  • Sailing courses

    Bob plans to run  RYA sailing courses  during the Summer.  As a registered RYA training Centre we can award certificates of competence at Level One and Two and we have several instructors qualified to teach. If you are interested in either learning to sail or validating your existing experience see events page for more details
     

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Today's Sailing

Tuesday 31st May 2016
Ideal rising tide with HW at 14.18, 4m.   Forecast is for a sunny morning so bring sun lotion, wind from north  F2/3 and 18 deg C.  OOD Richard Fellender (!6.00 Sunday 30th)
 

This Dartmouth weather forecast is generated by the Met Office Weather Widget

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