Disabled Wakeboard and Water-skiing

Sports category:

Waterski and Wakeboard

Overview

Whether you’re new to the sport or you’ve been doing it for years, water-skiing is an actionpacked, fun-filled sport that is open to anyone. We offer water-skiing and wakeboarding to people of all ages, regardless of physical or learning ability. With specialist equipment and expertise, we can help you get out on the water to experience this fantastic sport.
British Disabled Water-ski and Wakeboard Association

Club features

Impairment types:
Acquired Brain injuries
All abilities
Hearing impairment
PAN Disability
Learning impairment
Physical impairment
Amputee
Cerebral Palsy
Short stature
Spinal Cord Injury
Social or behavioural
Visual impairment
Staff experience:
We have a lot of experience with participants with impairments
Activity format:
Individual (e.g. tennis, yoga or martial arts)
British Disabled Water-ski and Wakeboard Association

Location:

Treeton
South Yorks
S60 5QQ
United Kingdom

Telephone number:

07521718605

Equipment:

All equipment is provided.

Access:

You will need a swimsuit and a towel and perhaps a tracksuit or similar that may be worn under a Dry Suit (but may still get wet). A packed lunch would be advisable, as we do not provide food. Hot drinks will be available, but at some sites do charge.

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