At Clywedog Sailing Club we aim to offer a sailing experience suitable for all. We are aRYA Sailability Centre and are fortunate to have a range of dinghies available. link to RYA Sailability info page.
WE have nothing scheduled at present butwe will be on the water very shortly- probably over the May Bank holiday to begin with.
If you wish to come and try sailing with us and use one of our fleet please contact Keith on 01686 640305 (email [email protected]) or Paul on 01650 511383
2021 Dis Day
Due to current Covid restrictions we are probably going to have to cancel this years Disability Day again. Please check face book page for updates
We have been awarded a grant from the Millenium Stadium fund which has enabled us to purchase
3 Hansa 203 dinghies ( 2 x 203 S Single Seaters and 1 x 203 Breeze two person).
These are ideal for small adult or juniors compared to the 303’s we currently use.
Please contact Keith 01686 640305 or [email protected] for further info.
See the feature on Clywedog on Coast & Country
Look at our post about CSC’S ITV News feature on Sailability!
CSC Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society Sailing Project
If you would like to come and try sailing contact Keith/Su Rollinson
Tel :01686 640305
||The whole Access dinghy range is designed for the use of people with disabilities. Any other family member, friend or carer that wishes to sail in the same fleet or possibly race with the disabled person will also find the Access dinghies easy and great fun to sail. Steering is by a manual joystick located in front of the helm, moving it to the left to go left and to the right to go right . The boats are so simple to operate that almost anyone can helm them. All maneuvering is carried out from the comfort of a hammock seat, making it the most comfortable dinghy available and is particularly suited to anyone who for any reason has limited mobility.
|We are fortunate to have a range of specialist equipment to provide access for sailors with limited mobility. The clubhouse has full disabled facilities. We also have:-
- The floating pontoon allows dry access for those able to walk to their boat
- The “wheelie” boat provides roll-on, roll-off wheelchair access to the pontoon
- The hoist allows sailors to be safely moved directly from a wheelchair into a dinghy.
At Clywedog we also have 2 x Sunbird single handed dinghies and 2 x Challenger Trimarans for the more adventurous.
We also have a Scimitar 20ft
Keel boat for people with limited mobility.