Jubilee Sailing Trust
Jubilee Sailing Trust
The JST aim is to integrate people of all physical abilities within the challenging environment of tall ship sailing on board our two unique, fully accessible tall ships Lord Nelson and Tenacious.
On board our two magnificent, fully accessible, tall ships every body gets the chance to participate in all aspects of running the ship. Since the charity’s inception 30 years ago our philosophy has been that life should be about equality, sharing and celebrating our individual differences and working together to achieve greater things. Our philosophy underpins everything we do before, during and after a voyage.
The Jubilee Sailing Trust is successful at achieving its mission goals due to our “buddy scheme”. We aim to “buddy” everyone on board in able bodied/physically disabled pairs and we make sure that both people understand each other’s needs.
Not only does this give the disabled person a sense of true belonging, by working as a team, creating new relationships and breaking down mental and physical barriers, it also helps educate the able bodied person. For some, it may be the first time they have had to fashion a relationship, or even meet somebody who is disabled.
Jubilee Sailing Trust aims to:
- The aim of the Jubilee Sailing Trust (JST) is to promote the integration of men and women of all physical abilities through the challenge and adventure of Tall Ship sailing
Established: October 1978
Registered Charity Number: 277810
Board members: 12
Full time staff: 41
Part time staff: 2
Phone number: 023 8042 6868
Address: 12 Hazel RoadWoolstonSouthamptonHampshire SO19 7GAView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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