The Association aims to introduce newcomers to the sport of water skiing who, due to their disability would not have previously considered the sport accessible.
British Disabled Water Ski and Wakeboard Association
Who to contact
- 07521 718605 (Text)
- British Disabled Water Ski and Wakeboard Association
Where to go
- NG6 8XG
The Yorkshire/Central section of the association runs courses at lakes in Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire.
Are you or is someone you know, visually impaired, in a wheelchair, an amputee or perhaps a person with a learning disability…. Do you like the idea of water sports but feel that your disability is preventing you from participating?
Our aim is to introduce newcomers to the sport of water skiing who, due to their disability would not have previously considered the sport accessible. Amputees, blind, deaf, sufferers of partial paralysis, paraplegic other wheelchair users, people with Multiple Sclerosis and those with learning disabilities have all graduated from the British Disabled Waterski & Wakeboard Association.
So, forget the restrictions of land and leave your disability behind and feel the freedom of the water. With expert support, specialist assistive equipment and guidance from our fully qualified instructors you can take to the water and learn to water ski, whatever your disability.