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Thanks to Our Partners
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Able Sail NL would like to say a big warm thanks to all of those who contributed in the past year to our organization and to the successful delivery of our new fully accessible coach boat! Our relationship with the Royal Newfoundland Yacht Club and Royal St. John’s Regatta Committee has proven to be very beneficial to this success, with efforts from all such as from Steve and Corey Porter and Ken O’Brien at the RNYC for helping organize and unload the coach boat when it arrived at its new home.

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A very special thanks go out to Mahone Marine, Mercury Marine, Freightway, Easter Seals, Porter Transport, Paul Tingley and Simon Rees for all their support and generosity that came with getting this valuable piece of equipment to our facility in Newfoundland.

We can’t be truly successful without contributing efforts like these above and our growing number of volunteers, our partnerships with private and government agencies and the sailing community in general has shown that this organization will be a true success in making the sport truly accessible to all. Thank you.

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Able Sail Network

The Able Sail Network supports the development of sail programs for people with disabilities across Canada by providing a knowledge base for programs and equipment and facilitating communication and collaboration.

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Sail NL

SailNL is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to developing of boating in Newfoundland and Labrador and is the provincial sailing sport authority acting on behalf of the national governing body, Sail Canada.

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Parasport NL

Parasport NL provides support and resources for athletes with physical disabilities.

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Wellness Network

The Wellness Network is a community of people working together to provide options to achieve wellness for individuals and families by improving overall quality of life.

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