Families weighed anchor for free trips down the canal in Mirfield.
Charity group, the Safe Anchor Trust, held the latest in its regular open weekends at Easter when it invited people to climb aboard and test out life on the water.
The charity, based at picturesque Shepley Bridge Marina, off Huddersfield Road, Mirfield, holds open days regularly throughout the summer season.
The next one is this weekend, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday (May 3, 4 and 5).
One of the other main attractions is the marina’s new model railway.
The Safe Anchor Trust was established in 1995 by Les Moss, former chief probation officer for West Yorkshire.
He bought and refurbished a boat with the aim of taking disabled and under-privileged children and young people on trips down the Calder & Hebble Navigation.
The trust grew rapidly and now operates four boats, carrying some 15,000 passengers a year.
It also boasts the Royal seal of approval. Last year the trust was granted the Duke of York’s Community Initiative Award for the third time.
The open days run from 10.30am to 4pm.