Introduction to Wakeboarding in East Sussex
Wakeboarding is an exciting cross between water-skiing, snowboarding and surfing, combining all the thrills and the adrenaline rushes a fast water-based experience can offer. Head to an enclosed lagoon and get strapped to a single wide board with only a cable for comfort, before being pulled across the water at impressive speeds. During the session, get to grips with basic wakeboarding techniques, and by the end expect to be whizzing around the cable run like a pro! Wakeboarding is one of the country's fastest growing watersports and an experience definitely not to be missed.
- Try one of the country's fastest growing watersports
- Learn basic wakeboarding techniques
- Full safety briefing and all equipment included
- Getting soaked is compulsory
- Availability Description
Selected Wednesdays and Saturdays throughout the summer season (May to October). Groups of six or more can book any day throughout the year.
- Participant Guidelines
Minimum age 14. Maximum weight 19 stone. Must able to swim 50 metres comfortably. Advise any medical conditions when booking, e.g. back or neck problems, or MS, which can affect your grip. Not suitable for pregnant women.
May be cancelled or curtailed in extreme weather conditions.
Lasts for approximately one hour, including a briefing (arrive a few minutes in advance of the booked time to get ready). You're welcome to stay on afterwards and watch other sessions taking place.
- Numbers on the Day
Share the experience with up to seven other participants.
- Dress Code
Bring a swimming costume, towel. If it's hot bring sunscreen, if it's cold bring plenty of warm dry clothes to change into. Wetsuits, buoyancy aids and helmets are provided.
- Other Info
All equipment is included and all training is held with an experienced and qualified instructor.