It’s not often that able2sail gets to fly her cruising chute but on the 14th of September skipper Keith Longbone got a perfect day for it!
On the 31st of August both able2sail and Jenny Rose joined a fleet of boats from James Watt dock for a cruise in company to Holy Loch. A great day was had by all and it was wonderful to see able2sail and Jenny Rose rafted side by side for the first time.
Another fantastic summer trip to the West Coast was had this year. “able2sail” spent a number of weeks based out of Oban allowing us to offer extended sailing opportunities. This year also saw the first Youth Forum West Coast week skippered and crewed by Gordon Tatnell and Laura Carrick during which a number of the Read more about West Coast Week 2013[…]
We are delighted to be able announce the addition of Jenny Rose to the able2sail fleet. Thanks to an extremely generous donation the motor yacht Jenny Rose, a Grand Banks 42, will add a fantastic resource alongside our yacht able2sail allowing us to offer a whole range of new opportunities to the charity and our Read more about Donation of Jenny Rose[…]
The west coast youth forum week was a great success. At the end of the week on the Sunday Gordon the skipper issued 9 Bronze RYA Sailability certificates of Achievement Awards. These will be presented to the young people at an awards ceremony later in the season and will join the eight RYA First Aid Read more about Youth Forum West Coast Week[…]
The able2sail Youth Forum were invited to participate in the RYA Sailability Multiclass Regatta for dinghies held at Castle Semple Loch, Lochwinnoch from Friday 14th June to Sunday 16th June. The youth forum were the first to try out the new Access 303 dinghies. This is a two man keel boat with free standing mast Read more about Challenger Travellers Event/Scottish Access Regatta[…]