Come sailing with us
The Woolverstone Project provides sailing opportunities and tuition for those with disabilities with sailing throughout the year at Alton Water and during the summer months at Woolverstone on the River Orwell.
Volunteers are on hand to take the sailors out on the water, help the sailors in and out of the dinghies and to provide refreshments during the sessions.
Why not come along and see what we do at one of our open sessions on a Monday morning. See the Calendar link for the times we sail.
Many thanks to the great team of volunteers who have put together our new pontoon sections and gangway. They have done a great job and we now have a much more stable and secure pontoon for launching. The new pontoon sections come from a company called EZ dock and match the existing pontoon sections. We have also added new handrails to the gangway so that this goes directly from the bank to the new pontoon More »
Published 15:44 on 30 Mar 2022
It was great to see people at this year's AGM. Thanks to the RHYC for hosting us for the event. We were delighted to welcome as well Richard Titchener from Sea Change Sailing Trust to tell us the history of the Blue Mermaid barge - we are looking forward to taking a group of project sailors on board her in September this year. The AGM was a chance to report on the 2021 season and More »
Published 22:24 on 3 Mar 2022
We were delighted to welcome Edward Creasey - the High Sheriff of Suffolk - to our sailing session on Monday July 19th. He came along with great timing as this was the first week when we offered buddy sailing once again. He came down to see the work we do - much of which has been support by the grants given to us by Suffolk Community Foundation. The office of the High Sheriff is at More »
Published 18:27 on 25 Jul 2021
We are very sorry to learn of the death of one of our founder members and one of the first disabled sailors on the books, Ron Hollington. He sailed with the Project back in the late 1990s sailing the Challengers, before any Access dinghies were acquired. He was certainly a character and always determined and spirited. He would set a great example of always rigging his own boat and then towing it with his powered More »
Published 19:06 on 16 May 2021