Sail 4 Cancer - The Sailing Charity
Sail 4 Cancer was set up in 2001 by a group of keen sailors who had all lost a close friend or relative to cancer.
Sail 4 Cancer is primarily a provider of water based respite days and holidays for families affected by cancer. The charity also makes grants to cancer care centres and supports research into the positive effects of exercise (e.g. sailing) and how it can help prevent cancer and aid recovery post diagnosis.
From the moment you are diagnosed with cancer your life is taken over by hospital visits, treatments, tests, uncertainty, and often, financial worries. For a day or a week, Sail 4 Cancer takes cancer patients and their families away from the disease and the nightmare that they are living through and offers them the chance to rebuild relationships, create positive memories and have some quality fun time together.
Join us at second Superyacht Charities Ball on 16th April 2016! An event not to be missed...
Our Patron Dee Caffari will skipper a winning team for the Three Peaks Yacht Race in June.
Sail 4 Cancer's supporters at the Warsash Maritime Academy will be spending 24 hours in a liferaft this year to raise awareness of the 1,000 people who are diagnosed with cancer in the UK every 24 hours.
In 2015, we offered respite to 539 people living with cancer for a total of 2,286 "respite days" - days when these families and individuals could forget hospitals, treatment, appointments...
We are very sorry to announce the death of Tim Couldrick; one of the charity's founders.
5 people swam a crossing from Corfu back to the Neilson Retreat Beachclub in Sivota.
Staff and guests at the Neilson Andriake Beach Club in Turkey are getting their swim on 4 cancer...
Nisos Yacht Charter is a British family owned and run operator specialising in bareboat yacht charter, skippered charter and flotilla sailing in the Ionian Islands - and also supporters of Sail 4 Cancer
The crew of MY Halo will be racing across the Atlantic, for every nautical mile the Yacht
will cover the crew will do the same on a exercise bike. Averaging around 300 miles a day!
Duncan Ward, Joanna Ward and Guy Pumphrey are preparing to cycle 19 miles, canoe 2 miles and run 8 miles on the Isle of Wight
Nick Oulton, Sophie Oulton and Tilly Wilson are preparing to cycle 19 miles, canoe 2 miles and run 8 miles on the Isle of Wight