The popular Ventnor Well-Being Café took some of its members on a boat trip to remember last Friday afternoon.
The amazing Cowes Sailability were hosts for the afternoon and arranged a special treat for the groups members aboard the fabulous specially adapted ‘Wet Wheels’ powerboat another Charity who hail from the Hamble.
With weather to put the Caribbean to shame the group spent over an hour charging around the Solent under the watchful eye of skipper Ian and his crew.
The group were treated to some very fast boating and all had a turn at taking the helm of this fabulous craft which originated from here on the Isle of Wight from our local boat builder in Ventnor.
The smiles where almost as bright as the sunshine and the laughter could be heard all over the Solent, all of the members had a brilliant time and were as usual chaperoned by the groups co-ordinator Terri Exposite who works tirelessly for this group of fabulous people who are members of the Ventnor Well-Being Café at Salisbury Gardens.
The Sailability charity are a wonderful group who provide the chance for people with disabilities to have access to the water aboard their fleet of boats, as does the Wet Wheels charity who provide the larger power boat to make the Solent accessible for everyone who would otherwise not enjoy these experiences.
Please follow the links to find out more about the Cowes Sailability and Wet Wheels charities below.
For more about the Ventnor Well-Being Café see click on the link here