A Hampshire sailing charity that needed £1 million to stay in business has reached its goal.
The Jubilee Sailing Trust in Southampton only had five days to raise the money.
Across 40 years the organisation has taken nearly 50,000 people to sea, many of whom have physical disabilities, intellectual disabilities, or faced other challenges in their lives.
The organisation owns and operates two globally unique, purpose-built tall ships that are fully enabled for people with disabilities.
Named Lord Nelson and Tenacious, they are two of the last four remaining UK flagged, square rigged ships on the sea.
Thanks to the incredible support the charity has received, it will be able to carry on its work.