A new wheelchair-accessible boat has been launched at Lochore Meadows, giving people of all abilities the freedom to take to the water.
Sussex-based charity The Wheelyboat Trust supplied the powerboat to Fife Sailability and will allow the charity to expand activities at the loch.
SNP MSP Annabelle Ewing was guest of honour at the official naming ceremony and said she was “absolutely delighted and honoured” to have been invited to such a special occasion.
She said: “Accessibility has been a very important part of the development of Lochore Meadows and this new boat brings that access-for-all ethos on to the water.
“Well done to everyone at the Wheelyboat Trust and Fife Sailability and I wish everyone many happy times aboard.”
Merrick Yates, co-founder and past chairman of Fife Sailability, said: “This Wheelyboat will change everything for participants.
“Just imagine what it must be like for someone who is dependent on a wheelchair to be driving the Wheelyboat across the loch at 30mph!”
Fundraising for the Coulam V20 Wheelyboat was a joint effort by Fife Sailability and The Wheelyboat Trust and it was generously funded by Disability Sport Scotland, The Robertson Trust, Hugh Fraser Foundation, Barcapel Foundation and Tay Charitable Trust.