MOBILITY CUP 2021

 

Mobility Cup 2020, which was originally scheduled to be hosted by Able Sail Toronto and the National Yacht Club, has been postponed to 2021 due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. The dates will be announced at a later time.

Consequently, the Mobility Cup that was scheduled to be hosted by the Northern Yacht Club in Sydney, Nova Scotia in 2021 will now be held in 2022.

 

GET INVOLVED!

There are many ways that you can help make things happen! 

 

 

Sailing is life changing freedom

Disabled sailing has empowered, motivated and enhanced the lives of people living with disabilities across the country and beyond. Although it is a relatively newer sport with a sparser history, it continues to attract people to the water and provide opportunities for challenge, excitement and freedom.

Accessible sailing allows everybody to participate and experience everything being on the water has to offer.

Accessible Sailing

Sense of Freedom

For persons with a disability, the sense of freedom and independence associated with sailing is unrivalled.

Adaptive Technology

Thanks to adaptive technology, even people with severe physical limitations can compete equally with able-bodied persons.

Enrich your Life

Sailing enables those with disabilities to enrich their lives and build confidence in a way no other similar activity can.

Live life fully

2017 RE/MAX Mobility Cup, Kelowna, BC

2017 RE/MAX Mobility Cup, Kelowna, BC

2017 RE/MAX Mobility Cup,  Kelowna, BC

2017 RE/MAX Mobility Cup, Kelowna, BC

Be part of the action!

Be part of the action!

2017 RE/MAX Mobility Cup,  Kelowna, BC

2017 RE/MAX Mobility Cup, Kelowna, BC

Sailing gave me the tools, community and knowledge to learn the skills that I use today.

Peter Eagar Canadian Paralympic Team, Mobility Cup champion 2015