We work with a number charities and organisations dedicated to helping disabled people, and thank them for their continued support.

ABF The Soldiers Charity for soldiers, for life; giving support to serving and retired soldiers and their families.

able2sail believes that all individuals should have the opportunity to sail a modern cruising yacht and seeks to provide voyages for individuals who are both able-bodied or have disabilities.

Army Sailing Association was formed in 1947 to manage sailing as a sport within the Army and to represent its interests at Service and national level.

BLESMA British Limbless Ex Servicemen's Association.

Blind Veterans UK Helping blind ex-Service men and women lead independent and fulfilling lives by supporting them with our in-depth expertise, experience and full range of services. This charity has been offering physical and emotional support to vision-impaired veterans since 1915.

Bruce Trust provides purpose-built, wide-beam canal boats on the Kennet and Avon Canal from two bases, for hire for self-catering holidays by disabled, disadvantaged or elderly people and their carers.

Combat Stress Ex Services Welfare Society.

Disabled Sailing Association aims 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.

Douglas Bader Foundation exists to advance and promote the physical, mental and spiritual welfare of persons who are without one or more limbs, or otherwise physically disabled.

Jubilee Trust Adventure sailing for able bodied and disabled people.

LimbPower offers relief to the physically disabled by aiding rehabilitation and improving the quality of life through the medium of recreational and competitive sports and arts, for the ambulant disabled.

Not Forgotten Association providing entertainment and recreation for the serving wounded and the ex-service community with disabilities.

Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund is the leading RAF welfare charity providing practical, financial and - in some cases - emotional support to all members of the RAF family, from childhood through to old age. They help with issues from childcare and relationship difficulties to injury and disability, and from financial hardship and debt to illness and bereavement.

Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity is the principal charity of the Royal Navy. We exist to support sailors, marines and their families, for life.

RYA Sailability Royal Yachting Association disabled sailing.

Seafarer Support The single point of contact for the UK maritime charity sector.

UK Sail Training ASTO Members give young people the sail training experience they'll never forget.

UKSA Provides transformational opportunities for young people on the water to change their lives. They do this as a youth charity and a centre of excellence for nautical professional development.

Victory Services Club offers accommodation, dining, and respite for members of the Armed Forces.

Visually Impaired Sailing Association of GB promoting sailing to the visually impaired.

We are also grateful for the support of our technology partners: