Sailability at PRSC


Sailability offers people of all-abilities the opportunity to sail regardless of their level of ability, skill or personal circumstances.  Sailability Albany operates at Princess Royal Sailing Club in Little Grove with the support of volunteers.

We offer sailing experiences and training in Access dinghies and larger yachts, and provide supported sailing for participants with high-needs.  Sailability has specialised equipment including a wheel chair accessible floating pontoon; a hoist and harness to facilitate boarding; and a custom-made bean-bag chair to provide support on-board for those who may need it.

Please note that places in the program are limited.    
Applications will be assessed and accepted on the basis of availability of suitable boat spaces and applicants will be advised prior to the commencement of the season.

New applicants are required to attend an orientation session prior to participating.
Participants may join as individual members or through their support agency’s group membership.

Click to download Application or Re-registration Forms:

Sailability Days:

Thursdays mornings from Feb to July.

Saturday mornings from late October to April

Other sailing days may also be offered throughout the year.


Sailability, Princess Royal Sailing Club

Phone: 0407 758 787

PO Box 345, ALBANY WA 6331

Volunteer Opportunities:

Join the Sailability PRSC team, a friendly team that shares the joy and rewards of the sailing program for all-abilities and enjoy a great social morning at the Club.

A variety of roles are available including boat skippers and crew (dinghies, keelboats & safety);  onshore Marshalls and other supporters. Training provided.

Do you have a boat? Why not join the Sailability fleet and sail with us?

Sailability Participant Information:

Membership & Fees: 
Participants must be registered members of PRSC Sailability program.

A sailing fee applies. 

Preparation & what to bring:
Participants should be prepared with suitable clothing:

  • Sunglasses & a well-fitting hat (that won’t blow off -we suggest a tie cord)

  • Water proof jacket & a jumper (it can be cold on the water, even on a fine day). 

  • Footwear with soft rubber soles (preferably white) 

  • A bottle of water and a healthy snack. 

  • Apply sunscreen before you leave home


Safety & Responsibility:

All Sailability Members must adhere to Sailability & PRSC rules and policies including -

All members, Support Workers and visitors  MUST wear a correctly fitted Sailability lifejacket at all times on the pontoon, jetty and on-board any boat.

Skipper’s Instructions: 
The skipper of the boat is in charge and responsible for the safety of all on-board.  Everyone must listen to, respect and follow the skipper’s directions and instructions.

Support Workers: 
It is your role to take care of your person’s well-being, and encourage and support them to engage with the activity as fully as possible to ensure that they get the most out of their sailing experience.  Speak with the skipper about how your person may participate & any special requirements. Ask for assistance if you need it.

Members must advise Sailability if they are not attending by 9am on Thursday.

Mob:  0407 758 787.
If sailing is cancelled, we will notify you or your agency by email or sms.


Have fun and enjoy the experience!

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