Watersports for young people (14 -25) – from £1.50 an hour !

Down at Hove Lagoon we are really excited to announce our partnership with Active Sussex, Sportivate Scheme. The scheme offers young people the chance to get active, learn a new waterspout and save lots of money

Teenager Wakeboarding – SAVE £250!! – 7 sessions just £40 – thats £3.80 an hour !

  • This is a 7 week course to teach the students Wakeboarding, it will be made up of 5 x 1 and a half hour training sessions and 2 x 1 and a half hour club sessions.
  • The age range is – 14-16.
  • The cost per student is £40.00. Dates, times and more information.

Teenager Stand Up Paddle Boarding and Kayaking – SAVE £120!! – 7 sessions just £21 – thats £1.50 an hour !

  • This is a 7 week course to teach the students Stand Up Paddle Boarding and Kayaking, it will be made up of 5 x 2 hour training sessions and 2 x 2 hour club sessions.
  • The age range is – 14-16 year old and 17-18 year old.
  • The cost per student is £21.00. Dates, times and more information.
Women’s Wakeboarding – SAVE £250!! – 7 sessions just £40 – thats £3.80 an hour !

  • This is a 7 week course to teach the students Wakeboarding, it will be made up of 5 x 1 and a half hour training sessions and 2 x 1 and a half hour club sessions.
  • The age range is – 17 – 25
  • The cost per student is £40.00. Dates, times and more information.
 What is Sportivate?

The Sportivate Scheme has been designed to encourage 14 to 25 year olds to get involved in sports by offering discounted sessions to help with the costs of taking up a new sport. The scheme aims to give young people who aren’t currently playing sport, the chance to find a sport that they like and to participate on a regular basis. Read more about Sportivate.

Lagoon Watersports, Hove are offering 3 different courses, each with incentives to encourage people to continue the sport after the sessions have finished.

Women’s Wakeboarding

Last year the Sportivate sessions were extremely successful and a Women and Teenager Wakeboard Club was developed after the courses finished.

Lauren Meredith took part in the Teen Wakeboard Sportivate Course last year and said “It was so much fun, it was a really good workout and something fun to focus on. I learnt how to do the basics, then some cool tricks. I continued to wakeboard in the girls wakeboard club held every week at the Lagoon. The staff and instructors were really friendly and motivational”

 

The improvements made to lagoon wake park over the winter have made it brilliant for all levels of rider, especially the addition on a new third cable dedicated for beginners, which has been part funded by the BWSW.

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