Able Sail Toronto is a not for profit organization that allows persons with disabilities to experience the joys of sailing. By using specially crafted sail boats, individuals with any amount of mobility are able to sail Lake Ontario in a safe and supported environment. We hire individuals to support our summer programming by coordinating sailing excursions and being responsible for day to day operations of the program.


Alice is doing her undergraduate studies in Molecular Genetics and Neuroscience at the University of Toronto.

Alice is an experienced dinghy racer in double-handed 420 class boats. As an instructor, her goals include sharing her racing knowledge and passion for sailing. Alice competed on the UofT Sailing Team, winning the 2018 CICSA National Keelboat Championship.

In addition to sailing, Alice enjoys skating, snowboarding, and cheering on Ferrari’s Formula 1 team.

Alexis is a student at the University of Waterloo, Year 5 Undergraduate in Honours Knowledge Integration, Science Technology & Society and Collaborative Design Specializations, Peace & Conflict Studies Minor (April 2022, Bachelor of Knowledge Integration).

Alexis is bilingual in English and French, and is a high performance Dragonboat athlete with Rotmans Liquid Assets dragon boat team, an avid paddler, hiker, and cyclist. Alexis has coaching experience, when she was previously the head coach of two GU11 soccer teams.

Sam worked at Able Sail Toronto in 2021 and has returned in 2022.

Sam is interested in a career in mechatronics engineering as it relates to automated and robotic prosthetics. Mechatronics engineering is an interdisciplinary branch of engineering that focuses on the integration of mechanical, electronic and electrical engineering systems. It also includes a combination of robotics, electronics, computer science, telecommunications, systems, control and product engineering.