The Disabled Sailing Association of B.C., Victoria Branch, is a sailing program dedicated to providing sailing opportunities for individuals with disabilities in the Greater Victoria region. Our program is a non-profit organization with programming operating in the summer months. Sail Canada certified instructors provide Learn to Sail an
d Learn to Race lessons, as well as recreational sailing opportunities. Our instructors and volunteers conduct over 500 sails during the summer.
To learn more about our history, click here.
Canadian Forces Sailing Association
The Disabled Sailing Association of B.C., Victoria Branch is graciously hosted by the Canadian Forces Sailing Association (CFSA), located at the North side of Esquimalt Harbour. CFSA supports recreation for military personnel and their families, as well as civilian members of DND, their dependants and a wide range of employees of Federal Government agencies (sailors of DSA Victoria do not need to be one of the above). CFSA has been a strong supporter of DSA Victoria for the over 20 years now, and it’s ideal location provides great winds!
To learn more about CFSA, visit their website here.
Recreation Integration Victoria
Recreation Integration Victoria (RIV) is a not-for-profit organization designed to assist people with disabilities, in the Greater Victoria area, to pursue active lifestyles. Active living is more than simply living actively. Active Living contributes to our social, mental, and emotional well-being. RIV strives to ensure an equality of access to community parks and recreation facilities, programs, services, and special events, for individuals with disabilities. RIV provides stewardship to the Disabled Sailing Association of Victoria.
To learn about RIV and its services, visit their website here.