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Sailaday OK – Life changing therapy at sea

Sailaday OK supports marine based adventure therapy to help adults, their families and young persons recover from the consequences of addictions, abuse and other trauma .

Our unique evidence based therapeutic model promotes positive personal change through practical expereince. To reduce disadvantage and social exclusion  by provision of therapeutic sailing  & Educate therapists and skippers in the benefits of therapeutic sailing.


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th IMG 5004Physis is a Westerly ketch 33ft built 1978. This means she has two masts a central cockpit and stern cabin.

Twin bilge keel. This means she has two keels and she can comfortable sit on mud or sand. Very suitable for this part of the world.

Nearly new Yanmar diesel engine.

Certificated RYA coding.  Regularly inspected and well maintained.

She is well founded and sturdy. Not a racing boat but safe and very forgiving.

She sleeps 7 but comfortably 5.

Physis - a concept meaning ‘change and growth that comes from within the person’ this is a Greek word; they wanted to describe the unconscious desire to want a better life to be taken forward in life.  (Utilised within Transactional Analysis psychotherapy).


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Cabin used as group room as well as for eating

th main cabin at night

 Main cabin converts for sleeping

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The 'Heads'   The toilet and wash room

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The Galley the cooking area


Main cabin converts for sleeping


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