Welcome to The Wheelyboat Trust

The Wheelyboat Trust is a registered charity dedicated to providing mobility impaired people with the opportunity and freedom to enjoy waters large and small all over the UK in our wheelchair accessible Wheelyboats. Our role is to help and encourage venues open to the public to acquire Wheelyboats for their mobility impaired visitors and to help groups and organisations acquire Wheelyboats for their own use.


Your nearest Wheelyboat

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Latest news

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We have updated our Privacy Policy in line with General Data Protection Regulations – click here to read.

The latest issue of the Trust’s annual newsletter Waterwheels is now available for download. Click here to read all our news from 2017.


Launches have taken place for Coulam Wheelyboat V20s delivered to Action 4 Youth’s Caldecotte Xperience and Liverpool Watersports Centre.  Click here for photos and reports. Click here for reports and photos.


A Coulam Wheelyboat V20 has been delivered to Tower Wood OEC on Lake Windermere; Coulam 16 Wheelyboats have been delivered to Bonnybridge Angling Club, Mountain Ash Fly Fishers, Llyn Brenig and Assynt Crofters’ Trust; a Mk III Wheelyboat has been delivered to Papercourt Sailability.  Reports on their impending launches will follow.


Powerboat certification for disabled people is now available across the country.  The Wheelyboat Trust is delighted to support the RYA’s new powerboating scheme ‘Powerability’ that was launched at the Southampton Boat Show.  For more info click here.


Please Donate

The Wheelyboat Trust relies on donations from its supporters to develop and purchase new craft. Donations can be made in a variety of ways including online. Click here to make a donation.

Spring 2018 newsletter now available -

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Dreamstore.org, the charity that supports and promotes activities that benefit education, social inclusion and conservation through one of the nation’s favourite pastimes, fishing, has recently posted an article on the work of the Trust and how it helps fisheries acquire wheelchair accessible angling boats.  To read the post click here.

T: 01798 342222  E: info@wheelyboats.org