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Sea4All by Tiliaventum - Inclusive sailing for the disabled never stops in Lignano, Italy

by Tiliaventum 6 Feb 18:23 UTC
Sea4All team © Tiliaventum

Sailing and the sea are for everyone - as always - in Lignano Sabbiadoro (North-East Italy). The Sea4All Project by Tiliaventum sport association allows disabled people to enjoy water sports.

The inclusive activities never stop, we sail in all seasons, even during the winter. Aboard Càpita the accessible boat (you can board and steer it from a wheelchair), sailors recently enjoyed a sunny day with a light breeze... and then returned to the accessible Tiliaventum location to enjoy the delicacies of the Friuli region.

The Sea4All initiatives cover different sea disciplines such as sailing, kite, wakeboard, SUP, sport fishing, in addition to informational and training activities and inclusive regatta teams to participate in races, such as the Barcolana - the wonderful sea and sail festival in Trieste where sea, wind and sport belong to everyone.

Sea4All by Tiliaventum provides for a rich 2023 program without any physical, mental nor economic barrier (participation is free of charge) and where diversities, peculiarities, dreams and experiences are an added value, an indispensable contribution to build an increasingly fulfilling daily life for all.

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