There's a chance to see the work of a Manx sailing charity first hand today (Saturday).
Sailing for the Disabled Isle of Man's yacht Pride of Mann ll has been touring the Island for a week to raise awareness of the organisation.
The vessel has called in at seven ports in seven days, with each leg being completed by a crew of seven under seven different skippers!
The final stop is at the heritage boat festival in Peel today, and members of the public are invited to take a look around the yacht.
Spokesman for the charity Martin Sewell says the crews have been working hard to make sure everything is ship-shape: