Patron – The Rt. Hon Miss Ann Widdecombe PC DSG


The Disabled Sailing Association is non-profit making, run for the disabled and by the disabled.


We aim to give people with a disability, family and carers the opportunity to enjoy a safe and pleasurable experience of seagoing sailing, including short local cruising of about two to three hours and for the more adventurous, longer coastal passages.

We have Disability Awareness-trained volunteer skippers and crew, all with CRB clearance, working with our disabled members enabling them to participate as fully as possible in a seagoing sailing experience.

We encourage and support, when funding and grants permit, our disabled members and volunteers to take RYA training courses. Several disabled members have already achieved this.

Our vessels have all taken the RNLI sea safety checks and follow their recommendations.

You can donate to us by going to and make your donation by following the instructions there.

You can also raise money for FREE while online shopping through

As some of you have gallantly done such things as parachute jumps and half marathons in the past for us, next time why not set up your own page, link it to us to get an official fundraiser status for you next fund raising effort!


Raise money for DSA at Tesco

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5th March 2017

From the 1st March to the 29 April the Tesco stores below have DSA as one of their charities. When you shop please collect tokens at the checkout (as many as you can) and put them in the pot for DSA. The more we score the more money we get! Please help raise money for…

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DSA’s First Car Boot Sale

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2nd February 2017
DSA’s First Car Boot Sale

On a bright freezing cold Sunday in January, two of our members braved the elements and raised £42.00. They returned with more items than they took!! – kindly donated by other car boot people. More car boot sales will take place during the year.

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