Opportunity for an epic sailing adventure
Jubilee Sailing Trust New Zealand and Cerebral Palsy Society of New Zealand invite members with Cerebral Palsy to submit an expression of interest in a 7-day sailing adventure
THE JUBILEE SAILING TRUST (JST) is a globally unique charity that integrates disabled and able-bodied sailors aboard its two purpose-built tall ships, Lord Nelson and Tenacious.
To find out more about THE JUBILEE SAILING TRUST (JST) click here jst.org.uk/
The Jubilee Sailing Trust provides an opportunity for adventure in an all-inclusive environment. Its tall ships sail some 50,000 nautical miles every year and have a bespoke design and build to enable a mixed-ability crew to sail them. Since the first voyage 30 years ago, 43,720 people have sailed on these two iconic ships, including 5,579 wheelchair users, 1,913 people who are blind, and 1,676 with cerebral palsy.
The Cerebral Palsy Society has collaborated with The JST to provide 5 places for members with Cerebral Palsy (and carer if required - Total number of places available including caregiver is five) with sailing voyage opportunities that would otherwise not be accessible.This is a 7-day sailing adventure - Round Trip departing Auckland on the
6 thAugust and returning the 12 thAugust 2017
If you are interested in participating in this sailing adventure
Please send your expression of interest to Gilli Sinclair by the 16 th July
You will need to specify if you will need to bring a caregiver on the journey with you - Powerchairs cannot be used for this sailing adventure