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How to remove a Sailhome subscription

What is Sailhome? 

Sailhome offers a wide range of multimedia content available on a subscription basis. By subscribing, you gain the advantage of exploring Sailhome’s diverse selection and indulging in your favorite multimedia experiences. All the files the service offers are properly licensed for distribution and use, ensuring a fully legal and enjoyable experience. The subscription terms are clear and transparent. The service offers a free trial period to help you explore their massive library and get used to the platform. 

To get detailed information about the service and their subscription plans, please visit Sailhome at 

Applying For Cancellation 

  • An express method of stopping your subscription is to contact Sailhome via their contact form. At, Sailhome offers ready-to-go solutions for any questions you may have. You can also submit a cancellation request using the following link, using “Cancel My Subscription” as a subject line.  
  • If you prefer to handle the cancellation process yourself, here are a few simple steps to follow: 
  1. With your username and password, access Sailhome
  2. The left-hand sidebar includes a link to My Account 
  3. To cancel, click the Membership link, then follow the prompts. 

Once you have completed these steps, you will receive an email from Sailhome confirming the cancellation of your membership. 

Cancellation process step-by-step 

  • Forgetting your password or the email address associated with your Sailhome account: If you can’t recall either of these details, please use the Account Recovery page at 
  • Need to revise your subscription plan detail? Log in to your account and click Membership on My Account page.  

Please note that once you cancel your Sailhome subscription, no further charges will be applied to your account unless you choose to restart it. If you cancel before the end of your billing cycle, you will still have access to the service until the account automatically cancels at the end of your current billing period.