Great Britain's Helena Lucas wants to make up for her disappointing Paralympic debut with a medal at this summer's Games.
The British Olympic Association confirmed the Royal Yachting Association's nominations for the final three sailor selections at London 2012.
Lucas was one of those chosen and will represent ParalympicsGB in the 2.4mR class, having been selected ahead of Megan Pascoe.
The 37-year-old was Britain's representative in the class four years when she finished seventh on her Games debut in Beijing - something she wants to improve on this time round.
"I'm really delighted to be part of the team, especially with it being a home Games it just adds that extra little bit of excitement to the whole thing," Lucas said.
"Home advantage will hopefully give us a little bit of a push in the right direction, and I think the support that we're going to get with it being a home Games is going to be amazing.
"I was disappointed in Beijing with the result, but I think I learnt some very valuable lessons which I've brought into this campaign and which hopefully will make sure I get a medal this time.
"It would be absolutely amazing to be able to win a Paralympic medal, and to be able to do it in front of family and friends and a home crowd would be something really special.
"I think these Games, both in terms of Paralympic sailing and the Paralympics in general, will be one of the best Paralympic Games ever just because the British support and interest in Paralympic sport has been fantastic, and the country seems to be really enthused and motivated by the athletes.
"We're going to have quite a special Games."
Lucas' selection was announced at the same time that Stevie Morrison and Ben Rhodes were revealed as the nominations for the 49er event.
They will be joined in the Team GB squad by Alison Young, who will be making her Olympic debut this summer.
"I was pretty stunned when I found out, but it's pretty cool to be selected for an Olympic Games - and for a home Games it's even more exciting," the 24-year-old said.
"There's a lot of experience on the team, and a lot of knowledge so hopefully I'll be able to tap into some of that experience to help me at my first Games.
"There's a lot of work to do now that I've been selected to push to get into the medals and that's what I'm aiming to do so that I can put in the best result I can.
"My strengths have always been in the breeze, mostly down to my fitness and now technique as well, but my light wind game is developing and my decision-making is developing as well so I'll keep pushing those forward and hopefully the hard work in those areas will keep moving me onwards and upwards ready for the summer."