Extreme Adaptive Sailing
Why limit anyone with a disability to racing only with other disabled sailors, as is the case with Paralympic Adaptive Sailing? Instead, why not offer the opportunity for the physically disabled to steer a 17-foot dinghy with main, jib and gennaker, blasting across the waves on a full plane in a strong breeze? The crew could be adaptive sailors, or just anybody–disabled or not. It doesn’t matter. The main objective is to make it possible for an adaptive sailor to steer the boat. Additionally, we take safety to a new level with our well-experienced coaching staff and state-of-the-art equipment.