Welcome to the Visually Impaired Sailing Association
Sailing for visually impaired people - The world of offshore sailing and blue water exploration is for the inclusive enjoyment of everyone.
The cold and wet, the windy and stormy, precipitous and frightening seas, and the dark and bewildering oceans are the sailing adventure playgrounds available to all!Read more about VI-SA-GB
The Cruel Sea
As visually impaired and blind sailing enthusiasts we understand the scepticisms and barriers that have to be overcome and dismantled to go beyond the boundaries and tame the wild oceans.Read more about the Cruel Sea
We have established VI-SA-GB, the first visually impaired sailing association for blind sailing enthusiasts now on a mission to correct the misconceptions around blind sailing , sailing for visually impaired people and offshore sailing adventure and the manner by which empowerment and independence has sometimes; unintentionally, been compromised through a overly cautious approach, and the lack of understanding and awareness around empowerment and inclusion.Read more about how we counter those misconceptions
As visually impaired sailing enthusiasts join the most radical and successful association determined to secure empowerment, equality and independence for you when you sail! We're going to make things change for the better. So support VI-SA-GB - come sail with us in 2012 and see the difference - experience true empowerment and really enjoy your sailing!!!
Blind Sailing Media Centre
Last updated 25/01/2013
Announcing the VISA-GB 2013 Sailing programme25.01.13
2013 Sailing programme from VI-SA-GB • Notes – Unless specifically stated all voyages will start and finish for participating crew at Haslar Marina, Haslar road, Gosport Hants PO12 1NU. Programme
Announcing the VISA-GB 2013 Sailing Annual gathering and catch up25.01.13
To all friends and supporters,
This is your invitation to the 2013 VI-SA-GB Annual gathering and sailing information ‘catch-up’
When is it this year?
Saturday 23 march at 1 o’clock.
The Visually Impaired Sailing Association of Great Britain receives no statutory funding and is entirely dependent on donations and contributions from companies, trusts and private individuals.
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