The national governing body British Water Ski and Wakeboard (BWSW) is a great place to start your search to find out more about this sport and disability sessions near to you.
The BWSW has a number of affiliated clubs that have specific training, equipment and experience in catering for participants with specific impairments. These clubs offer a variety of sessions for disabled people of all ages and abilities:
- Beginner sessions and taster sessions
- Specific sessions for disabled people
- Family sessions
- Social events with like-minded people
BWSW works alongside Access Adventures (formerly known as the British Disability Water Ski and Wakeboarding Association) to improve and increase the opportunities available to disabled people in water skiing and wakeboarding. They have a dedicated facility where they run a number of open days, taster sessions, group sessions and residential courses throughout the year for disabled and non-disabled people. The volunteers and staff have a huge amount of knowledge and experience in getting disabled people onto the water and trying our sport in the best way