SAIL/KAYAK


ATO utilizes Hobie Tandem Islands (Sail Yak), Hobie Wave's (13 ft. catamaran), Hobie 16's with Trapseats (16 ft. catamaran with adaptive seats), Hunter 212 (21 ft. Keelboat) at events to introduce persons with and without disAbilities to economical accessible sailing and kayaking. These unique accessible water-crafts are used in learn-to-sail (US Sailing Certified) and kayak educational classes (US Paddle Sport Certified), and safe boating courses (NASBLA certified). The goal is to assist persons with disAbilities to be as independent in sailing/kayaking as possible, and create awareness of how accessible water sports can be. Thus the need for ATO to create accessible marine facilities, without which persons with disabilities would not be able to access the water. 

The founder of Access To Outdoors, Miles Moore is an
active sailor and instructor certified to teach small boat, keelboat, multihull sailing, and of course accessible/adaptive sailing.

Miles is regularly asked to present and speak about accessible/adaptive sailing, kayaking, and outdoor accessibility, particularly related to marine facilities, etc. Email Miles at accesstooutdoors@gmail.com to have him speak at your event.

To learn more about accessible/adaptive sailing and kayaking visit FunToSail.com 

Attention! We are trying to acquire a new or used Hobie 16 to put our Trapseats on, and another Tandem Island. To donate funding or a boat please contact us via accesstooutdoors@gmail.com or call 208-704-4781. All donations are tax deductible.

VIDEO 1. Hobie Tandem Island sailing kayaking on the Spokane River.

 VIDEO 2. This is a sports video from the Paralyzed Vets of America. We are proud to announce that 19:41 minutes into the video, our program and participants are featured on Lake Coeur d’Alene using a Hobie Adventure Island and a Hobie 16 with Trapseats. The only sailing in this video is from our program.


VIDEO 3. Hobie Tandem Island surfing on Lake Pend Oreille


*Participation can result in injury or even death. We are not held liable for the safety of participants; however, should we think it unsafe for any reason, we reserve the right to not allow person(s) to participate in our program. Participants should consult their Doctor and/or treatment team prior to participating in any of our programs.

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