Volunteers are the back-bone of Sailability Tin Can Bay and without them, we couldn't provide our service to the community. We need volunteers for ...

  • day skippers for our boats

  • safety boat drivers

  • safety boat observers

  • administration

  • pontoon support

  • maintenance

  • sponsorship & fundraising

No experience is necessary - we provide all training where required. 

Membership fees cover:

  • insurance requirements

  • affiliate membership of our host club, Tin Can Bay Yacht Club

To see if being a Sailability volunteer is right for you, we invite you to attend a few sailing days before you formally apply to become a volunteer. So if you would like to get involved in providing a worthwhile service to your community ...



"Every disabled person needs to feel independent not just dependent."

Greg Gabriel - Sailability Sailor

& Volunteer Skipper


Sailability is about providing experiences enjoyed by able-bodied people around the world. Our volunteers are there to ensure that our sailors have fun on the water, regardless of their ability. It's all about achieving freedom through sailing.


We operate (weather permitting) every Friday (except school holidays) from the Coast Guard pontoon. Sailing activities (time in boats) run for 20 to 30 minutes per person depending on numbers. A participation fee of $10.00 per person is payable per visit.


To participate, please download and complete a Consent Form and we'll see you on the water!


Find us: 

Friday Mornings from 8.30 am

at Coast Guard Tin Can Bay, Norman Point, Tin Can Bay

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