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In Shediac, NB, people of all ages enjoy learning to sail, both recreationally and competitively. What’s unique about Able Sail is that their sailors have various disabilities, including visual impairments, autism and PTSD.

video Able Sail

In Shediac, NB, people of all ages enjoy learning to sail, both recreationally and competitively. What’s unique about Able Sail is that their sailors have various disabilities, including visual impairments, autism and PTSD.

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