Sailability Toronto operates from our own jetty and premises, beside Toronto Amateur Sailing Club at 27 Victory Parade, Toronto.
Our objective is to provide the facilities and personnel to make sailing available to the people with a disability in the region we serve; to do so safely and to give them an enjoyable sailing experience. A number of our people with disabilities sail by themselves, but in the majority of cases, volunteer sailors take our clients sailing. We serve both children (from special needs schools) and adults with disabilities.
Sailability Toronto is a part of Sailability NSW (Inc), which in turn is part of the
worldwide Sailability organisation
Our Sailing Days
We sail on Thursday and Sunday mornings during the warmer months, from October to April.
For More Information On Our Next Sailing Day
Volunteers Are Always Welcome
We are always looking for more volunteers, and whilst experience in sailing and caring for people with disabilities is desirable, the attributes that we regard as most important are a caring, understanding and patient attitude to those we serve. Our volunteers find their efforts rewarding – you will find it likewise. If you wish to volunteer, contact our President by phone on 0439 753 096, or just drop by on any sailing day.
(If the weather is marginal, call 0466 388 085 from about 8:30am and listen to the recorded message notifying if sailing is on.)
We have eight Hansa 303 dinghies, two Hansa 303S dinghies (controlled using a small joystick and electric switches), five Hansa 2.3 dinghies and two safety boats. We also provide a life jacket for everyone who sails.