Watersports for adults and children with special needs

2018-02-09T11:51:20+00:00 April 6th, 2016|Kids|

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 [...]

Wakeboarding in Brighton

2018-02-10T12:32:04+00:00 March 17th, 2016|Wakeboarding|

You’ve arrived in the incredible city of Brighton and have heard that it has its own wake park. You are keen to give it a go but don’t know where it is or what set up they have. The wake park is located at the West end of Hove. Right on the seafront and next to the famous millionaires row with residents such as Adele, David Walliams, Fatboy Slim and Zoe Ball.

Learning to Windsurf is not difficult, just challenging

2018-02-10T12:46:42+00:00 March 16th, 2016|Windsurfing|

I have been windsurfing for over 30 years and running windsurfing lessons for over 20 years in Brighton, and the popular theme is that windsurfing is now easy because the equipment has improved so much. In many ways that is very true, learning to windsurf is easy. At the basic level, a windsurfing lesson at an RYA school pretty much guarantees success and a newbie will up and windsurfing in a couple of hours. What many people fail to mention, and I think is what makes windsurfing so addictive is that windsurfing is challenging.