For the first time, the competition was implemented in the format of training. All participants consciously discovered their hidden talents and abilities through inclusive interaction.
In addition, in 2019, we reached the international level – representatives of Russia (Sverdlovsk, Tyumen, Samara regions, Moscow, Kazan, Novosibirsk, Sevastopol), Latvia and Sweden took part in the regatta.
In addition, the competition was attended by representatives of various organizations: LLC “Gazprom transgaz Yekaterinburg”, Sverdlovsk regional Medical College, Kinel-Cherkassk branch of Togliatti Medical College, Ural mining and metallurgical company, WHITE CANE Sevastopol NGO, Regional narcological hospital, Tyumen state University, Ural State Pedagogical University and others.
The season of “Sails of the Spirit” continued with an inclusive expedition in the Baltic sea.
From June 15 to July 9, the inclusive crew took the route Riga (Latvia) – Pärnu (Estonia) – Turku (Finland) – Nyneshamn (Sweden) – Kivik (Sweden) – Ystad (Sweden) – Halmstad (Sweden) – Koge (Denmark) – Gdansk (Poland) – Klaipeda (Lithuania) and held humanitarian and sports events in these cities.
The team of “Sails of the Spirit” held days of inclusion, seminars on inclusive interaction, inclusive games and workshops, meetings with representatives of non-profit organizations and public authorities.
The inclusive crew of the project took part in the Baltic Tall Ships festival, which was held in Gdansk (Poland).
In addition, the first youth regatta on inclusive sailing “Sails of the Spirit” was held in Riga (Latvia).