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Access-Ability Sailing in Baltimore

Hosted by Baltimore Spartans.

  • Alumni Club/Affinity Group
  • In-Person
  • Sports/Athletic
0 of 15 volunteers have pledged their time

Project Description

Join Baltimore Spartans for a rewarding day on the water helping individuals with disabilities experience the freedom of sailing through the Downtown Sailing Center's Access-Ability Sailing program. Volunteers will help set up boats, register sailors, and assist sailors and their families. All safety equipment will be provided. 

Sailing experience is not required to volunteer; just compassion, a willingness to learn, and a desire to have fun!

No sailing experience is required for the following volunteer positions: Greeter, Escort, Access Dinghy Rig, and Sailing Buddy.

Do you have some sailing experience but are not a member of the Downtown Sailing Center? Please contact Rena at the Downtown Sailing Center at 443-528-4527 so you can put your experience to work.

  • 9AM - Set up begins
  • 10AM-12PM - Sailing
  • 12PM-1PM - Clean Up

On-site parking is available. A background check is required.

**You must also register directly with the Downtown Sailing Center using the link provided below.

Community Partner - Downtown Sailing Center

Downtown Sailing Center Accommodations

About Downtown Sailing Center

The Downtown Sailing Center (DSC) provides quality educational and life enriching programs that promote self-esteem and teamwork through the joy of sailing. The Downtown Sailing Center is committed to promoting an environment of inclusiveness and accessibility, especially to youth, persons with disabilities, and those with limited opportunity.

Sailing is a powerful way for people to push their limits and capture independence and freedom.


Project Date

Oct. 7, 2023

Project Locations and Shifts

Downtown Sailing Center
1425 Key Highway
Baltimore, MD 21230
  • 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    (15 spots available)