Caldecotte Youth Sailability is part of The Caldecotte Xperience Outdoor Education Centre. Its main aim is to offer all young people the chance of outdoor education and the benefits such activities can give.
Since 2004 Sailability has been working closely with groups of young people and adults with disabilities. One such group is Redway School, which takes pupils aged three to 19 who have severe, profound and multiple learning disabilities. The students come from Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire and the surrounding area.
Caldecotte Youth Sailability Project was officially launched by the Mayor of Milton Keynes on Tuesday 27 April 2004 who launched its first Access Dinghy designed specifically to give people with disabilities access to the sport of sailing. The first boat was funded with the support of Wolverton Rotary Club which raised £4000 to secure its purchase.
If you want any further information about this project or want to discuss opportunities for volunteering the Caldecotte Xperience on 01908 232042 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

If you would like to bring a group of people to sail contact the centre for availability and then print out and complete an Outdoor Education Group Booking form and send it to:

Caldecotte Xperience
The George Amey School
366 Simpson Road
Milton Keynes

Partners and Associations


Outdoor Education Centre Milton Keynes