Wakeboarding Club Booking Rules

2018-02-10T15:29:19+00:00 September 25th, 2016|Beach Club|

Booking Rules

We want you to get as much out of your membership as possible however we need to be realistic about how much wakeboarding you are likely to get within your membership.

Many members get over 60 sessions a year. We have set this scheme up to provide you with about 30 – 40 sessions a season. It is unrealistic to expect to be able to wakeboard every weekend or every day within our membership scheme.

We have designed some very simple rules to help make sharing the availability fair for all. You may book up to 2 wakeboard ride slots per day, except Sunday which is 1 session per day. You may only book up to 4 wakeboard ride sessions in advance. Additional slots can be booked at a cost of £10per session.

Guide to cable availability

To help people that are not able to commit in advance on Saturdays and Sunday we hold back 4 – 8 places, which are released on the day usually between 8am and 10am.

Guide to cable availability

Saturday – Approximately 40 – 72 places

Sunday – Due to local laws we cannot open until 2.30pm – Approximately 30 – 44 places

Weekday evenings from 5pm – 24 slots per night peak season, less will be available as nights draw in Weekdays – Varies depending on time of year from 24 – 62 per day At certain times of the year you can almost guarantee most sessions will be booked up. Popular times include: September and October after work sessions as it gets dark early Weekends, weekday evenings If you want to wakeboard at a specic time, particularly a popular time (eg autumn evenings) you will need to plan ahead and use the rules to suit you.


Cancellations If you don’t show up for a session it is a wasted space for another member. It is important to cancel any sessions you cannot attend with as much notice as possible. Cancellations must be made by 10am on the day of your booked session No shows If you do not show up for your session, the rst time this happens we will turn a blind eye to it. After that you will not be able use the cable until you pay £15 for the missed session.


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