Windsurf and SUP when there is no safety cover Club members with suitable Windsurfing or Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) experience are able to hire equipment on the sea when the club is not offering safety cover. For SUPing there is no restriction on where [...]
For all of those who have had the experience of booking a lesson, whether it be at a sports club, gym or a music lesson there is a certain amount of trepidation as that first class looms closer. Will I like the class? Will I get on with the people on the course? Will I be able to do what is asked of me by the coach or teacher?
Undoubtedly you will reach a point in your wakeboarding career where you are keen to get out and start hitting the plastic features at the Lagoon Watersports cable wake park. This can be quite a daunting prospect at first but with the right instructor and practice anybody can get to this level.
What does your members discount get you? SUP and Lagoon Windsurf Members - you will get 45% discount off the following courses:- SUP taster SUP improver SUP surfing and touring Windsurf taster Windsurf improver Windsurf intermediate non-planing Wakeboard taster Wakeboard improver Wakeboard Slider and [...]
So, you have completed your Learn to Wakeboard lesson and are keen to keep building on your newly acquired skill set. What’s next? There are a couple of options you can take at this point depending on how well your first lesson went.
What to bring One of the questions we are asked many times by parents when they are sending their children for their first session of watersports is ‘what do they need to bring?’. Totally understandable. You don't want them to turn up with a [...]
Why watersports are so good for people with special needs There are many children who find taking part in team games or playing with balls quite difficult. Maybe for what ever reason their co-ordination is not great, maybe they lack confidence, maybe they have [...]
Why watersports are so good for children We live in a world where 71% of the earths surface is covered in water. The United Kingdom is an island surrounded by water, and then there are the lakes, lochs, rivers and reservoirs. How many of [...]
Kids love the water and watersports! Children are invariably curious to try new activities. As adults our previous experiences can often stay in our minds and as parents we want to protect our children from what for us was possibly not a positive experience. [...]
Learning to sail We live on an island surrounded by water. The UK has always been known as a nation of sailors but it is not something that everyone grows up being able to do. When starting our learning to sail there are different [...]
How do I go about learning to sail a yacht Cruising round the Med, stopping in little coves, sitting enjoying a drink on the deck or taking part in a Sunday race series. All make yacht sailing so appealing and it is something that [...]
Sailing - what do I wear? When ever you start a new sport or activity one of the first questions is ‘what do I wear?’. Going sailing is going to be exactly the same. If you are going sailing in little dinghies, such as [...]
What do I do after the RYA 1 and 2 sailing courses Once you have enjoyed a taste of sailing on the RYA Level 1 course you will want to move on to the next step and gain some extra skills on the RYA [...]
Most people will be familiar with the most recent addition to the watersports world. Stand Up Paddleboarding. If you are not familiar with what it is, SUPing is a sport where you stand up on a large surfboard looking craft and using what looks like an extra long canoe paddle you can paddle around on the water.
BOOM, air tricks…They look great and feel even better. They can be thrown on a Full Cable, System 2.0 or behind a boat. It’s great to have a couple tucked away in the repertoire to wow the crowds. But how do you go about learning them?