Staycation ideas for people living in Brighton

2018-02-09T15:15:04+00:00 May 29th, 2017|Staycation Brighton|

Staycation ideas for people living in Brighton

Are you one of those people that loves living in Brighton, that enjoys looking out to sea and walking along the seafront watching the boats, but has never ventured out onto the water?

Perhaps now is the time to stop looking and try getting on the water.  Brighton is home to one of the countries premier watersports centres. Lagoon Watersports has two great venues of Hove Lagoon and Brighton Marina and they can get you out on the water on a whole variety of craft.

How about a sunset cruise aboard a yacht from Brighton Marina along the Sussex coast. It is a great way to enjoy the city and coast line from a new perspective and experience the freedom of a sailing yacht.

Fancy something a bit more dynamic. The high speed powerboat ride might be the thrill trip you are looking for. With the wind rushing through your hair you can enjoy racing past the the pier and the i360 and getting a completely new take on Brighton from the sea.

Another option for thrill seekers would be having a go at wakeboarding learn to on the wakeboard cable zip wires at Hove Lagoon. This is great fun, easy and exciting. Perfect for a family outing (kids age 8 plus) Full tuition and all equipment is provided. Success is guaranteed.

Fancy something a bit calmer and slower, then the standup paddleboarding could be the perfect way to get out on the water. Two hour taster sessions are a perfect introduction and will get you up and paddling. Paddleboarding is a great way to enjoy being on the water. It is easy, fun. perfect for all ages.

If you fancy getting your teeth stuck in, then how about a weekend learn to sail course from Brighton Marina or a windsurfing course down at Hove Lagoon.

Lagoon Watersports provide pretty much everything you need to get started. All equipment and full tuition. The watersports centre has been run by the same team since 1994 so you can be sure you are in experienced hands.

So why not try taking to the water rather than just looking at it.

See you on the water…


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