Guided Recreational Sail
Sunday April 1 - Wednesday October 31 , 12:00am - 12:00am
Event Status: On Going
Community Boating Charles River $50 / season
21 David Mugar Way
Disability Served: Autism, Brain Injury, Hearing, Intellectual, Mental Health, Physical, Visual
Communities Served: Adult, Family, Teen, Veterans, Youth
Book a seat on a Sonar for yourself and additional seats for your guests, guided by one of our certified sailing instructors! Whether you would like to take turns at the helm of the boat or just go for a ride, a guided recreational sail is a great way to supplement your sailing instruction and meet other members of the community. Adaptive seating and Hoyer Lift are available. Please remember to book a seat for everyone in your group; guests ride free. Groups, please download the group application from the “View/Download Brochure” link above and contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Guided Recreational Sail: 1 hour and 15 minutes; the boat fits 6 maximum at a time.
Guided Recreational Sail with Adaptive Seating: 1 hour and 20 minutes for extra buffer time to account for transferring into and out of the boat with a hoyer lift or other transfer method. Because the adaptive seats take more room in the boat, a maximum of 4 people will sail during this appointment.
Appointments are available during the following program hours:
|Spring (April 1 – June 17)||1PM – 5:30PM||10AM – 4PM|
|Summer (June 18 – August 24)||10:30AM – 5PM||10AM – 4PM|
|Early Fall (August 25 – September 23)||1PM – 5:30PM||10AM – 4PM|
|Late Fall (September 24 – October 31)||1PM – 4PM||10AM – 4PM|
The Universal Access Program operates on a reservation basis. Advance registration is required, and due to limited resources, we are unable to accommodate walk-ins. Once you reserve an appointment, you will receive a confirmation email with any necessary registration documents. You may book appointments online via our scheduling webpage. If you require assistance booking an appointment, please email email@example.com or call the Front Office at 617-523-1038 x23
The fee for the program is $50 for the entire season (April 1st through Oct 31st). No member will be refused based on economic circumstances; need-based memberships are available. The real costs of the Universal Access Program are approximately $500 per member for the season.
Participants should be able to do the following, whether independently or with the assistance of a personal care attendant:
Alert program staff to their needs
Refrain from behaviors that pose a risk to themselves and/or others (ie: Pica, aggression, lack of safety awareness, wandering away from the group).