The late Mike Rawbone co-founded Sailability Hong Kong and his legacy lives on in the underprivileged who are learning to sail. Photo: Jonathan Wong The late Mike Rawbone co-founded Sailability Hong Kong and his legacy lives on in the underprivileged who are learning to sail. Photo: Jonathan Wong
The late Mike Rawbone co-founded Sailability Hong Kong and his legacy lives on in the underprivileged who are learning to sail. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Sailability Hong Kong’s Mike Rawbone leaves a lasting legacy that will continue to change lives

  • Kay Rawbone says a new chapter for the programme opened last week when a quadriplegic sailor was able to control a vessel by himself
  • Sailability Hong Kong is the most advanced programme in Asia with a diverse group of people learning how to sail

Topic |   Water sports
The late Mike Rawbone co-founded Sailability Hong Kong and his legacy lives on in the underprivileged who are learning to sail. Photo: Jonathan Wong The late Mike Rawbone co-founded Sailability Hong Kong and his legacy lives on in the underprivileged who are learning to sail. Photo: Jonathan Wong
The late Mike Rawbone co-founded Sailability Hong Kong and his legacy lives on in the underprivileged who are learning to sail. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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