Mylor Sailability is the charitable arm of Mylor Sailing School and is a Charity Incorporated Organisation (CIO) charity number 1159984

Mylor Sailability Current Campaigns –

Donate now – Any amount you can give will help enormously to making these activities possible every week.  You can click on the ‘Charity Checkout Donate’ buttons for each campaign and this will give you details of how far your donation will go.

Please click here for further information and our wonderful gallery of photos.

1. Wheelyboat Engine upgrade campaign successful!

We raised the money needed and now have the boat back newly equipped with the bigger engine.

We desperately needed a bigger capacity engine to cope with our busy boat loads.

This fantastic boat enables all disabilities to enjoy getting on the water, this includes wheelchair users that can board using the front loading system.

Donate Wheelyboat Mylor Sailability

We tradee in our current 60hp engine for a 90hp engine and this cost £4000 to upgrade it.

Thank you Thank you Thank you Thank you Thank you Thank you!!


2. Donate Now Hawk 20 Sailability Very Versatile Boat

Donate Now!!  We really need this boat!  This will be a fantastic addition to the Sailability fleet, this will enable people who cannot sit unaided to enjoy the sport and sensation of sailing.

This boat, the Hawk 20 is very versatile and can sail for recreational fun or race competitively.  We will also be adapting the boat to take a support chair.

A 5 year old, good condition boat will cost £20,000 + support seatsMylor Sailability Hawk 20 Falmouth

You can donate to No. 2 The Hawk 20 Campaign by clicking on this button –




3. Please donate to getting people with a disability or a learning difficulty on the water –

Donate now as we need funds to help pay for getting people on the water and gain achievement awards.  Funds towards the highly qualified instructors, boat fuel and other smaller equipment needed.  Smaller equipment includes waterproof jackets and trousers, life jackets and other safety equipment, VHF radios etc.  These costs amount to approximately £24,000 per year.

Mylor Sailability Falmouth Sailing school Cornwall

You can donate to No. 3 Getting People with a Disability or Learning Difficulty On The Water by clicking on this button for more details –


Mylor Sailability News Items –

Pirate FM news for our Sport England Awards November 2015

The delivery of our Wheelyboat October 2015

Boating Cornwall story of our Wheelyboat October 2015

All At Sea article for the Wheelyboat September 2015

Sailability TV video of the story so far July 2015

The grand opening of the new facilities June 2015

National Lottery Funding for new facilities August 2014

West Briton news of Age UK Partnership June 2014

Our first Open Day October 2013