Disabled Water Ski & Wakeboard
Water skiing and wakeboarding are great activities for anyone to try – they are sports that can be adapted for people with impairments and limited mobility.
Getting out on the water and trying water skiing or wakeboarding can have huge benefits and make a positive impact on their lives - here are just a few people who have shared their stories with us;
Many of our clubs are inclusive and welcome skiers and riders of all experience and abilities, so if you are interested in trying our sport or finding out a bit more to see if it is for you then find your local club using our Club Finder and contact them for a chat.
If you are looking for a club that offers specific disability sessions, BWSW have a number of affiliated clubs who have specific training, equipment and experience in catering for participants with specific impairments. These clubs offer a variety of sessions including;
- Beginner sessions and taster sessions
- Specific sessions for disabled people
- Family sessions
- Social events with like-minded people
Find more information about our Disability Clubs here
British Disabled Water Ski & Wakeboard Association (BDWWA)
BWSW works alongside BDWWA to improve and increase the opportunities available to disabled people in water skiing and wakeboarding.
BDWWA has a dedicated facility at Heron Lake in Berkshire 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 at BDWWA have a huge amount of knowledge and experience in getting disabled people onto the water and trying our sport in the best way.
If you are interested in more information about giving our sport a try – email us or call 01932 579938