Sailability Middle Harbour aims  to give people with disabilities the opportunity to discover first hand the wonderful experience of sailing.

We sail from the main pontoon at Middle Harbour Yacht Club on the second and last Sunday morning of each month throughout the year in purpose built Hansa 303 sailing boats each with a volunteer skipper and a (disabled) sailor.  

Sailability Middle Harbour (SMH) is one of 23 Sailibility branches in NSW under the Sailability NSW not for profit organisation.  SMH was started  in 2004 by the combined efforts of the Rotary Clubs of North Sydney and Northbridge and the support of  MHYC. The fleet commenced as only three boats donated by members of the two Rotary Clubs and has since grown to 6 boats thanks to many generous donations and support including: 

The Rotary Club of Northbridge

The Rotary Club of North Sydney

The Sir James Hardy Lodge

Middle Harbour Yacht Club

Andrew McLean

The McNally Family

See the Sailability Middle Harbour website for more details.