The Mission of Impossible Dream
To utilize Impossible Dream, a universally accessible 60’ Catamaran, to engage the global community and inspire people with disabilities, wounded soldiers, disadvantaged youth and their families to improve their independence and quality of life without barriers.
This article originally appeared in the Newport Daily News The 60-foot catamaran Impossible Dream introduces people with disabilities to sailing NEWPORT — Thousands of boats visit Newport every summer, but Impossible Dream, which has been docked at Casey’s Marina for the past week, is unlike any other. Every detail of the 60-foot catamaran is specifically[…]
Sailing to Narragansett The Impossible Dream has sailed into Narragansett today! Check out the video below.
“When its #4thofJuly Weekend and you sail to the Statue of Liberty to pay homage! SHOUTOUT to The Impossible Dream (@sailthedream) for hosting us aboard their fully wheelchair accessible boat! We had blast!”
Impossible Dream celebrating Independence Day weekend with 4 Wheel City. 4 Wheel City is an entertainment organization started by Namel “Tapwaterz” Norris and Ricardo “Rickfire” Velasquez two talented hip-hop artists and motivational speakers in wheelchairs due to gun violence. Their mission is to use hip-hop music and culture to create more opportunities for the disabled[…]
This article originally appeared on dresshirt.com on June 30, 2016 design + dream + set sail you’d never think that boats need wheels. but, then again, you’ve never been on the impossible dream. this completely wheelchair accessible 60’ long catamaran is sailing up and down the east coast this summer showing anyone using a wheelchair[…]
The Impossible Dream has the Verrazano in sight making her way to ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina for the second stop on the “ON THE MOVE TOUR” where we will organize sails with area groups and host dockside receptions with artistic performances.
Captain Will captured this beautiful video of the sun rising as the Impossible Dream heads into New York City. Check it out below:
While Winter is relaxing on the trampoline, Bradley Johnson, of Impossible Dream crew is conversing with the kids while first mate Adam Parks is the look out for crab pots on the Chesapeake Bay.
Smiles were abundant during our afternoon sail with Kennedy-Krieger. More and more the Impossible Dream is bringing people the freedom of sailing! See more incredible photos from that afternoon below!
A huge thanks to the Baltimore Sun for helping us spread the word about our fantastic sail our friends at the Kennedy-Krieger Institute! You can read more HERE.