Your support means we can keep offering life-enhancing adventures at affordable prices, or free to those who can't raise the voyage fee themselves. Please get in touch if you can help us.
It costs a lot to keep our vessels safe and up to date, to run our office, and to provide the service we do. Every penny of support we receive is money we don’t have to ask our beneficiaries to fund and so is greatly appreciated.
Donate to our Wider Horizons Fund
Our Wider Horizons fund is there to help people who can’t afford an adventure. Each donation we receive helps take young people sailing who would have no chance of joining an adventure without financial assistance, and it directly helps them gain valuable life skills.
Donate to our £10k projects
We always have a few big projects planned at any one time, most of which require around £10k of funding. Examples include engine replacements for our boats, hiring a professional skipper to expand our programme, and upgrading our navigation equipment.
Sponsor a Voyage
Your donation could cover the costs of running a weekend or week long voyage. Each voyage costs us about £750 per day to run, so your sponsorship could allow us to offer it to our beneficiaries free.
Sponsor our overheads
There are things that really can make the difference to the experience of our beneficiaries. It can be as simple as ensuring they are wearing good quality waterproofs to keep them warm and dry at sea, or one of our very recognisable “It’s My Adventure” tshirts to remember the voyage by. Costs like these all add up. Sponsoring items like these means your generosity will have an impact on every person who sails with us.
Volunteering at sea is an incredibly rewarding experience. It can be a fantastic way to get out on the water, build your own experience, and pass your experience and enthusiasm for sailing on to participants.
Our voyages are run entirely by volunteers so you are sure to be in great company and amongst like minded people. We are always looking for more volunteers to sail as skippers and mates on our boats.
Volunteers sail with us in a variety of sea-staff roles, from trainee mate through to skipper. Which role is right for you depends on how much experience you have, and whether you have any maritime qualifications.
You don’t have to be a sailor to volunteer for Offshore. We’re always looking for committed people to help out, whilst keeping feet firmly on dry land.
Examples of ways people support us include: