The Marine Industry Foundation (MIF) along with Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron in Victoria. Presents the Sailability – Hansa 303s sailing program.
Frank describes the pleasures of being involved with the Hansa 303 Sailability team.
Molly lets us know how much fun sailing can be.
Jo tells us how years of sailing has led her to be a volunteer at Sailability.
Why sit on the beach when you can sail, said Jo Pentony, after getting her whole family involved with Sailability program at BYS.
Andrew Little, explains why Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron invest so much time to engage with the public in getting people with all abilities on the water to sail the Hansa 303 Sailability boat.
Bruce Hadwin, a care worker for people with disabilities, explains how much his clients love the freedom and opportunity a day on the water brings went sailing a Hansa boat at BYS.
Brian Jones, explains why the Chris Mitchell designed range of Hansa sailcraft were originally designed to appeal to that huge majority of the world’s population who would love to have a go at sailing, but find it too difficult or uninviting to do so. The end result is a series of stable and easy to sail craft that offer beginners and experienced sailors lots of fun – for recreation or competition sport.
Annabelle Davey, shares her sailing story at Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron on the Mornington Peninsula.
Branton has chosen the Hansa 303 Sailability boats as his pathway to learn to sail. In the gentle water next to the marina in Port Phillip Bay, makes for the ideal sailing experience.
Paula tells us of the joy of sailing with her whole family has brought to her and has inspired her to be a regular volunteer at BYS.
Riley explains how easy it has been for him to learn how to sail and within a short period of time he’s now able to teach others.
Brian Jones, Sailability cordinator. With years of sailing under his belt, he has turned to Sailability to inspire others on the pleasure of sailing.
Allan Davey, with no cost to entry, there is no reason why you shouldn’t give it ago.