AbleSail Network's members are not-for-profit organizations that provide accessible sailing programs across Canada.
They represent hundreds of sailors and volunteers devoted to the advancement of adaptive sailing and the inclusion of disabled sailors in the sport and sailing community.
Member organizations pay annual dues, based on the number of their individual members. Revenue from these dues helps cover our organization’s basic operating expenses.
OUR MEMBER CLUBS
Able Sail Newfoundland
Able Sail Newfoundland operates out of the Royal Newfoundland Yacht Club in Conception Bay, and on Lake Quidi Vidi in St. John’s.
Northern Yacht Club Sail Able
An accessible sailing program for both children and adults in Cape Breton, NS.
Sail Able Nova Scotia
Sail Able provides learn-to-sail opportunities for people with disabilities at the Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron in Halifax.
Able Sail Moncton/Shediac
Able Sail/Handi-Voile offers sailing opportunities to people with disabilities in Southeastern New Brunswick.
Association québecoise de voile adaptée (AQVA)
AQVA operates a program at the Pointe-Claire Yacht Club and offers support to other accessible programs in Quebec. They offer recreational, instructional and racing programs to individuals and groups.
National Capital Able Sail Association (NCASA)
NCASA operates in partnership with the Nepean Sailing Club and offers an accessible sailing program for people with disabilities in the Ottawa - Gatineau Region.
Able Sail Toronto
Able Sail Toronto offers sailing opportunities for people with disabilities and is based at the National Yacht Club on Humber Bay.
Burlington Able Sail
Providing programming out of the Burlington Sailing & Boating Club at Lasalle Park Marina in Burlington, ON.
Royal Hamilton Able Sail
Royal Hamilton Able Sail is a sailing program for people with physical or developmental disabilities.
Queen City Disabled Sailing
The Queen City Disabled Sailing Club (formerly Wind on my Wings) operates an accessible sailing program on Lake Wascana in downtown Regina.
Disabled Sailing Association of Alberta (DSAA)
DSAA offers sailing opportunities to individuals and groups on the Glenmore Reservoir in Calgary.
Based at the Kelowna Yacht Club, this program introduces people with disabilities to the joys of sailing on beautiful Okanagan Lake.
Adaptive Sailing Association of BC (ASABC)
For over 30 years, ASABC in Vancouver (formerly DSABC) has been providing opportunities for people with physical disabilities to experience recreational and competitive sailing in fully-accessible sailboats.
Able Sail Victoria
Y-Knot offers adaptive sailing on Lake George, New York. A program of YMCA Camp Chingachgook, Y-Knot Sailing is a US Sailing accredited Adaptive Sailing Center.