Palma.—One  of the charities Anna Wardley, who swam round Dragonera as part of a five island fund raising swim, which included a training swim to Cabrera,  is backing is the Jubilee Sailing Trust and  next week, the charity will be marking 35 years of changing the lives of disabled people with a special tall ships voyage from Lisbon to Palma.
Southampton based charity, the Jubilee Sailing Trust, is marking 35 years of life-changing voyages in their mission to promote the integration of people of all physical abilities through the challenge and adventure of sailing tall ships on the open sea.
 A year since she left her home port on a ground breaking 50,000-mile global voyage, the Jubilee Sailing Trust’s accessible tall ship, Lord Nelson, which is crewed by disabled and able-bodied people, has sailed half way around the world, carrying the Trust’s message of equality and inclusion.


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