• Ratsey & Lapthorn Sailmakers


    A sailmakers based in Cowes specialising in racing sails, cruising sails and classic sails. Combining the latest sail making technology with hundreds of years of experience established within the loft, no boat is too big or too small.

    Supports ACF Sailing with maintenance and repairs of our sails.
  • World Leisurewear Ltd

    Operating for over 30 years, World Leisurewear is a leading supplier of embroidered, printed or personalised clothing, accessories and merchandise.

    World Leisurewear has kindly donated branded kit to the Foundation helping us build awareness and enabling our sailors to feel part of a team.
  • Jolliffes Chandlery

    Jollifes Chandlery is one of the largest independent chandleries in the UK. Boasting 4000 sq ft of shop floor and a 150ft high street frontage in Cowes on the Isle of Wight.

    Supports us with our safety equipment, and disabled sailors with 10% off purchases to help them engage in racing.
  • Alpaca Wraps Signs & Graphics

    Alpaca Wraps has a wide range of experience to help you with your needs. With over 5 years experience in the marine sector, the specialist team are experts in boat wraps, boat names, strips and general boat branding/ graphics as well as interior wraps. The fully insured, professional team can cater for your every need. This includes 14 years of vehicle wrapping experience from whole wraps to custom branding including interior and windows.

    Alpaca Wraps are helping with our branding on the boats helping bring awareness to our cause.
  • Cowes Corinthian Yacht Club

    The Cowes Corinthian Yacht Club was established in 1952 by the late ‘Tiny’ Mitchell as a club for local yachtsmen. It has evolved largely through the voluntary labours of its members to become a popular venue for both racing and cruising yachtsmen.

    It has an open, relaxed and very friendly atmosphere which is the perfect environment for the Andrew Cassell Foundation

    The CCYC was the birth place of the foundation since back in 1996 when Andy won his Paralympic Gold medal and it continues to support the foundation today.