“ Don’t let sports talent go to waste - let it fight for freedom in fair competition!”

Freedom Sailors

The sea has been my soul’s home ever since I was this little boy. 

The sea brings peace and calm, but it is only in the storm that you learn to sail.

We support individuals and clubs who teach respect and sportsmanship.

My name is Alex: the boy from the picture.

This picture was taken in Mariupol - the seaside town in Ukraine where my soul once felt at home and which is now in ruins.


But there will be a life after the WAR.

How our kids will behave toward each other should not depend on their nationalities or their race - it should depend on the values that we teach them!

Teach them respect, give them the freedom to make their own decisions, and make them settle differences in a fair competition.

Our Vision

Informed, engaged and tolerated sailors across the globe.

Our Mission

Freedom Sailors provides sailing instructors organisational support, thus giving these sailing mentors the freedom to focus on their core competencies: engage with new sailors face to face and transfer knowledge.

Supported Projects

«Веселый ветер»

"Merry Wind" is an author's project for the socialization and development of adolescents, developed by the Association of rowing and sailing of St. Petersburg. Classes with children with mental and physical health conditions.

How we help:
Supporting Organisational and Infrastructure development. Setting up zoom call sheduleing. Paying the zoom bill.



Respect means that you accept somebody for who they are, even when they're different from you or when you don't agree with them.


Freedom is understood as either having the ability to act or change without constraint,or to possess the power and resources to fulfil one's dreams.


Sportsmanship is the fair and generous behavior or treatment of others, especially in a sporting contest.

You can support freedom sailors by donating or we are hapy to have a logo/link exchange.

Responsible Captain: Alexander Kurys | LinkedIn | alex@freedomsailors.org | Austria