Recite Me

Recite Me is innovative cloud-based software that lets visitors to our website view and use it in the way that works best for them.

We have added the Recite Me web accessibility and language toolbar to our website to make it accessible and inclusive for as many people as possible. We want to make it as easy as possible for absolutely everyone to get the information they need and access the resources they need to get out on the water. Try out the Accessibility tools below –

See the guide below for help in using the Recite Me toolbar on our website –

Screen Reader

The screen reader helps people who are visually impaired or neuro-divergent to perceive and understand your digital content.

  • All content read aloud in a natural voice
  • 35 different language options
  • Voice speed controls
  • Word by word highlighting


Our website can be customised to a way that is easiest for you to use. Recite Me supports people who are dyslexic, visually impaired or have a learning disability to change the way our website looks, so you can experience it the way it is intended.

  • Text size, colour and font. Including Open-Dyslexic
  • Website background colour
  • Link, ruler and screen mask colours

Reading support

Reading content online can be a challenge for some people. To simplify and support Recite Me provide four main tools.

  • Plain text – All styling is stripped away, leaving text only, much like a document.
  • Ruler – Read line by line with no distractions of what is below.
  • Reading Mask – Mask away 90% of the website, leaving only the information you want to concentrate on, at one time.
  • Magnifier – As it was in your hand, zoom in to sections of text to read more clearly.
  • Margins – When in text only mode you can use the margin feature to position content in the best place for you.
  • Dictionary – Website visitors have access to a fully integrated dictionary and thesaurus.


One in ten people don’t speak English as their first language. Recite Me quickly and easily translates all your web content on demand into over 100 languages, including 35 text to speech voices.

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