AFF-13
Accelerated Free Fall (AFF) Course - Learn to Skydive
Hibaldstow, North Lincolnshire
Cancellation policy: Custom
Experience required: Taster & Beginner
Weather dependant: Rarely

What's included:

AFF Level 1 Course:

  • Comprehensive one-day ground training.
  • First skydive from 15,000ft with two instructors.
  • All necessary skydiving gear (jumpsuit, helmet, goggles, altimeter).
  • Personalised instruction and in-air coaching.
  • Solo skydiving certificate upon completion.

Full 8-Level AFF Course:

  • All training and jumps required for the 8 levels of the AFF course.
  • One instructor or two, depending on the jump level.
  • All skydiving equipment needed for each jump.
  • Ground training refreshers before each level.
  • Canopy handling and unsupervised freefall training.
  • Certification upon completion of all levels.

What's not included:

AFF Level 1 Course:

  • Video and photo packages (available for an additional cost).
  • Accommodation (available onsite for an additional fee).
  • Transportation to and from the dropzone.
  • Food and beverages (available for purchase at the onsite café).

Full 8-Level AFF Course:

  • Re-jump costs if a level needs to be repeated.
  • Video and photography services (available at additional costs).
  • Accommodation and meals during the course duration (available at additional costs).
  • Transportation to the site.
  • Costs associated with additional consolidation jumps beyond the initial training package.

Frequently asked questions:

Skydiving offers a unique sensation unlike anything else. The freefall feels more like floating in water than the stomach-churning drop of a roller-coaster. It’s an exhilarating and unforgettable experience, far from frightening and filled with pure adrenaline.

Nope! However, your first jump on AFF Level 1 will be solo (with the support of 2 instructors), so be aware of this when you book.

We could not successfully operate our business if we did not adhere to a strict set of safety practices. Skydiving has far less injuries proportionally compared to other adventure sports such as skiing, snowboarding, white water rafting, rock climbing, etc.

To give you an idea of how safe parachuting actually is, here are a few points:

  • We are affiliated to the British Skydiving, the most safety-conscious skydiving association in the world.
  • Our Chief Instructor (CI) is also an Examiner and helps to develop new standards in safety and the progression of the sport.
  • Every person who jumps on one of our skydiving courses is equipped with a main and reserve parachute, helmet, altimeter (all AFF students) and fully automatic opening device should the student not open their parachute.
  • Regular checks and maintenance servicing of our parachuting equipment by a qualified British Skydiving rigger.
  • 4 Levels of checks before you make each parachute jump – when the parachute is packed, when the student puts it on, a check from the instructor on the ground and another check before they leave the aircraft.

Yes, breathing during freefall is not only possible but also quite natural. Despite the high speeds, the airflow is manageable, and at 15,000ft, oxygen levels are sufficient for comfortable breathing.

This is a very commonly asked question. Answering this is simple, parachutes are designed to open, however if the main parachute does not open fully or correctly, there is a secondary reserve parachute which acts as a backup. On the Accelerated Freefall (AFF) course, you will be taught how to operate these. On the Tandem course, your instructor would carry out these emergency procedures.

The reserve parachute is packed by our rigger who is a specialist and is certified to do so. In addition, there is also an Automatic Activation Device (AAD) which will open your reserve parachute at a lower altitude. AAD’s are there to act as a backup to the Tandem instructor and AFF student.

In our experience, many of our customers have been frightened of heights. This has not stopped them from enjoying our sky diving courses. Target Skysports instructors are trained to make you feel at ease. They will tell you what is expected of you during your jump and help you to enjoy the experience.

Some parachutists have even begun the sport to overcome their fear of heights.

Skydiving is dependent on weather conditions. If unsuitable weather prevents jumping, your skydive can be rescheduled within 12 months at no additional cost.

We provide you with goggles, headgear and a jumpsuit to go over your clothes for your first skydive. It is advisable to wear loose-fitting comfortable clothes, and layers are advisable as you can always add or remove them.

Flat-soled shoes or trainers should be worn.

Slip-on shoes, heels and boots with eyelet hooks are not suitable.

AFF Courses start promptly at 8:15am so please arrive by 7:45am to give yourself time to register and have a coffee before you begin.

Please note that the solo training courses can be mentally and physically tiring and it takes the best part of the day. We advise students with long distances to travel to arrive the night before.

If your asthma is under control you should be able to do a parachute jump, however, we ask that you get a British Skydiving Fitness form signed and stamped by your doctor and bring this along with you on the day.

You can take your normal medication before and after the jump. It is even possible to take your inhaler on to the aircraft within a pocket on your clothing. Please advise us when you book your skydive if you have asthma.

We are committed to making skydiving accessible to everyone, including those with disabilities. Our instructors have successfully guided individuals who are blind, deaf, quadriplegic, paraplegic, suffering from Multiple Sclerosis, or have lost a limb.

If you have a disability, please contact the adventuro team via the live chat. You will be put in contact with the Chief Instructor to discuss your needs. Note that individuals with limited mobility may be subject to a lower weight limit of 75kg.

Phil Smart proves that disabled skydiving is not only possible but enjoyable. He has now completed over 20 tandem skydives. Phil Smart started jumping in 1998 and has done 20 tandems to date. He is paraplegic but this has not stopped him getting the bug for jumping. He has learned how to do 360 degree turns and even do some tracking (forward movement) with his instructor:

“I would describe skydiving as a ride of a lifetime, a real rollercoaster ride. I have done 20 jumps now and it is my ambition to build a large formation of people around me on my next jump.”

We aim to accommodate as many participants as possible, but there are some restrictions for the AFF course.

Weight: 

  • The maximum acceptable weight for solo skydiving is 15 stone / 95kg fully clothed.
  • As well as being under this overall weight limit, all students must be within their recommended Body Mass Index (BMI) (height:weight ratio). A reasonable level of fitness is also required. Exceptions can sometimes be made for those with a good level of fitness with a high BMI due to muscle mass, however, assessments are made on an individual basis at the Chief Instructor’s discretion.

Age: 

  • Age 16 – 17: The minimum age for solo skydiving is 16 years. A parental/guardian signature of consent is required on three forms (the centre membership form, the BS solo student declaration of fitness form 115C and the BS membership agreement) which will be provided upon booking.
  • Age 16 – 54: Will be required to sign a British Skydiving Solo Student Declaration of fitness form 115-C. Those unable to sign the form due to medical conditions or injuries must bring a copy of 115-D signed and stamped by their doctor instead.
  • The maximum upper age for solo beginners in the UK as set by British Skydiving is 55 years – training must commence before your 55th birthday.

Height:

  • The minimum height we can take customers on the AFF course is 5ft 2″ (158cm).

Medical Conditions:

  • Please bear in mind that the full day of ground training does require students to be able to concentrate in a classroom environment for long periods of time, as well as understand and apply basic principles. The written test section of the ground school is designed to highlight any elements that a student may not have fully understood so that the instructor can re-visit those areas. If you suffer from learning disabilities then please contact us in advance.
  • We regret that certain medical conditions may prevent you from taking part in a skydive. These include –  epilepsy, some cardiovascular and neurological conditions, some forms of diabetes and recurring injuries such as dislocations. A full list with notes can be found on the back of the medical form. If you have any questions, please contact the adventuro team, who can put you in contact with the Chief Instructor to discuss.
  • You can download a copy of the British Skydiving Solo Student Declaration of Fitness form 115-C online. If you need a medical form signing as a result of the conditions mentioned in Form 115-C above, then please fill out the Form 115-D and get your doctor to sign.

Safety: 

  • Skydive Hibaldstow is a British Skydiving affiliated dropzone and we demand the highest standards from our instructors and staff. Our primary concern is for your safety and we reserve the right to refuse training to anyone we suspect may be unsuitable.
  • All students weights and heights are checked on arrival.
  • Please also note that all solo training is assessed and only students who pass both the theory and practical elements of the ground training will be permitted to make a solo skydive.

We offer comfortable rooms and camping options here at our centre for your stay with us. However, if we are full, we are spoiled with an abundance of bed and breakfasts and hotels just minutes away. When you book, please let us know in the comments if you would like us to help.

A few ideas:

  • Camping is available to regular sports jumpers and AFF students on the large grass field at Hibaldstow dropzone. We are not able to offer camping for tandem customers.
  • We have a 11-room bunkhouse onsite. Each room sleeps four people in two bunkbeds (although some double beds are available) and costs £26 per night. We also offer 8 beds in a Dormitory room at £9 per bed per night. We now have six en suite rooms now available for £38 per night with bedding included (or our larger deluxe en suite rooms for £42). Hot showers and toilets are free to use, but please bring your own sleeping bag, pillow and towel as these are not provided.
  • A range of good B&Bs and guest houses are available in the nearby area. If you are looking for something more comfortable the closest hotels are the Red Lion in Redbourne, the George in Kirton Lindsey plus various options in the market town of Brigg.
  • We are open most days including Bank Holidays and Sundays.
  • Open for jumping Wednesday-Sunday (7 days a week in June/July and August).

 

The British Skydiving was founded in the early 1960’s as a result of the growth of civilian parachuting from military circles after the World War II. As our national governing body, they strive to reduce injuries & fatalities, progress & promote the sport and set standards for safety at their affiliation centres.

We are an affiliated member of the British Skydiving and works closely with them to ensure our customers enjoy their high standards.

By now, you have completed your basic training and are wondering what to do next. There are many many options open to you.

Firstly, we recommend a little top-up training with one of our B-License Progression Days. Our Chief Centre Instructor runs these courses on a regular basis and the cost is £25 for a full day of training. The content of this course is to help you learn more about controlling you parachute safely and jump master responsibilities.

We are more than just a centre for skydiving. We are a community, where skydivers come to relax and make fun jumps with each other. At a weekend, there is 1 on 1 coaching available alongside larger organised jumps. We have formation skydiving, freefly and wingsuit coaches on hand to help you. In addition, if you want to try something different, we can organise tracking jumps and hybrids.

The dropzone is also recognised nationally as a training centre for teams competing at National and even International level. Many of our regular jumpers are involved in 4-way teams and you can easily find yourself becoming involved in these.

Whatever your skydiving desires, we can help you find something to interest you.

Once you have qualified as a skydiver with us, you will receive your License A. This shows that you have passed all the basic requirements to allow you to do freefall skydiving. Providing you are a current skydiver and can show your documentation, there should be no reason why you cannot skydive in other countries.

If you have qualified at our centre, we will be happy to give references over the telephone to other centres, should you encounter any problems.

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15,000ft Tandem Skydive
Hibaldstow, North Lincolnshire
Cancellation policy: Custom
Experience required: Taster
Weather dependant: Rarely

What's included:

  • Professional instruction and tandem jump with a qualified instructor
  • All necessary skydiving gear (jumpsuit, harness, goggles)
  • Tandem Jump Certificate of achievement
  • Option to purchase photo and video package

What's not included:

  • Photo and Video package (available at a pre-purchased discount of £99, saving £21 from the on-the-day price of £120)

Frequently asked questions:

We operate Wednesday to Sunday, including all Bank Holidays. During the summer months of June to August, we are open daily. Bookings must be made in advance, and you can book online at any time using the form below.

Spectators are always welcome to enjoy the experience with you. Please note that dogs are not allowed on the premises, as the airfield is situated on active farmland. Families and friends are encouraged to come along, but children must be supervised at all times. Our onsite cafe offers a variety of hot and cold food and beverages, open from 8 AM daily.

Our onsite cafe serves a selection of hot foods and beverages, and we also have a licensed bar available. Please remember that alcohol consumption is not permitted before your jump. 

Skydiving offers a unique sensation unlike anything else. The freefall feels more like floating in water than the stomach-churning drop of a roller-coaster. It’s an exhilarating and unforgettable experience, far from frightening and filled with pure adrenaline.

Skydiving at our centre is extremely safe, upheld by rigorous safety protocols. We adhere to the stringent standards set by British Skydiving, and our Chief Instructor is involved in developing safety standards. Each jumper is equipped with both main and reserve parachutes, and all equipment undergoes multiple (4 layers of) checks. Skydiving has far less injuries proportionally compared to other adventure sports such as skiing, snowboarding, white water rafting, rock climbing, etc.

Yes, breathing during freefall is not only possible but also quite natural. Despite the high speeds, the airflow is manageable, and at 15,000ft, oxygen levels are sufficient for comfortable breathing.

This is a very commonly asked question. Answering this is simple, parachutes are designed to open, however, if the main parachute does not open fully or correctly, there is a secondary reserve parachute which acts as a backup. On the Tandem course, your instructor would carry out these emergency procedures.

The reserve parachute is packed by our rigger who is a specialist and is certified to do so. In addition, there is also an Automatic Activation Device (AAD) which will open your reserve parachute at a lower altitude. AAD’s are there to act as a backup to the Tandem instructor.

It’s not uncommon to feel apprehensive about heights, but many find skydiving a transformative way to confront and overcome this fear. Our instructors are skilled at providing support and ensuring you feel secure and confident throughout your jump.

Skydiving is dependent on weather conditions. If unsuitable weather prevents jumping, your skydive can be rescheduled within 12 months at no additional cost. 

Comfort is key for skydiving. Wear loose, comfortable clothing and flat shoes. High heels, boots with hooks, and slip-on shoes are not suitable. We provide all necessary gear like goggles, headgear, and jumpsuits.

Your scheduled arrival time will be communicated via your confirmation email. Please adhere to this time as jumping is organised within session blocks. Early arrivals are unnecessary. 

Morning sessions need to be filled first, but you may express a time preference. We recommend those with long travel distances to consider arriving the night before.

If you manage your asthma well, you can participate in a parachute jump. Please have your British Skydiving Fitness form completed and endorsed by your doctor, and bring it with you on the day of your jump. You may carry your usual medication, including an inhaler in a clothing pocket, on the aircraft. Inform us of your asthma when booking your skydive.

We are committed to making skydiving accessible to everyone, including those with disabilities. Our instructors have successfully guided individuals who are blind, deaf, quadriplegic, paraplegic, suffering from Multiple Sclerosis, or have lost a limb.

If you have a disability, please contact the adventuro team via the live chat. You will be put in contact with the Chief Instructor to discuss your needs. Note that individuals with limited mobility may be subject to a lower weight limit of 75kg.

Phil Smart proves that disabled skydiving is not only possible but enjoyable. He has now completed over 20 tandem skydives. Phil Smart started jumping in 1998 and has done 20 tandems to date. He is paraplegic but this has not stopped him getting the bug for jumping. He has learned how to do 360 degree turns and even do some tracking (forward movement) with his instructor:

“I would describe skydiving as a ride of a lifetime, a real rollercoaster ride. I have done 20 jumps now and it is my ambition to build a large formation of people around me on my next jump.”

Absolutely! Capture your skydiving experience with our video and photo package. This includes a personal camera flyer, pre-jump interview, boarding shot, plane journey footage, exit shot, freefall recording, landing shot, and 60-80 still images. All content is emailed, with USBs available for an additional £5.

We aim to accommodate as many participants as possible, but there are some restrictions. Tandem skydiving is available to individuals 16 years and older, weighing less than 100 kg. Those over 95 kg may incur an additional fee of £15. Our oldest skydiver to date is 93 years old!

If you are driving to us, there is free parking next to the dropzone & cafe.

For Sat Nav:

  • You can put DN20 9NN into your GPS to find our dropzone.
  • Our full address is: Hibaldstow Airfield, Redbourne Road, Hibaldstow, near Brigg, North Lincolnshire, DN20 9NN.
  • Lat: 53.500207 | Long: -0.523438

Directions from the South:

  • Use the A1(M) to travel North.
  • Get off at the A46 and travel East towards Lincoln.
  • Take the A15 to the North.
  • Exit the A15 right on to Mill Road which is signposted for Skydive Hibaldstow.
  • At the end of this road (<1 mile), take a right on to the B1206 Redbourne Road.
  • Take the first left signposted Skydive Hibaldstow. You will be able to see the aircraft hangar and airfield from here.
  • Exit the road to the right by driving on to a farmers track which is part of the airfield.
  • Please park in the customer car parking area behind the aircraft hangar. Walk along the fenced path towards the main complex and enter the reception.

Directions from the North:

  • Travel on the M62 to the East.
  • Leave the motorway at Junction 35 to another motorway, the M18 South.
  • After 7 miles, take junction 5 exiting to the M180.
  • Leave the M180 at junction 4 when you see signs for the A15 and take this major road South.
  • Exit the A15 left on to Mill Road which is signposted for Skydive Hibaldstow. You will see the signs shortly after crossing over a railway line.
  • At the end of this road (<1 mile), take a right on to the B1206 Redbourne Road.
  • Take the first left signposted Skydive Hibaldstow. You will be able to see the aircraft hangar and airfield from here.
  • Exit the road to the right by driving on to a farmers track which is part of the airfield.
  • Please park in the customer car parking area behind the aircraft hangar. Walk along the fenced path towards the main complex and enter the reception.

Train:

  • The closest train station is SCUNTHORPE (SCU) (Station Road, Scunthorpe DN15 6PY).
  • You may also notice a train station in Brigg, however services to this station run infrequently and only on Saturdays.

Taxis:

  • There is a taxi rank outside Scunthorpe Station.
  • The journey will take about 15 minutes and should cost no more than £20.
  • Other local taxi companies include Brigg Privat Hire Taxis Ltd (01652 657 575), Cary Lane Taxis (01652 656 206), AD Taxi (01652 640 922), or Jujtaxis offer wheelchair accessible taxis from Scunthorpe (www.jujtaxis.co.uk).

Bus:

  • The closest main bus station is Scunthorpe. There are limited bus services to Hibaldstow. It may
    be possible to travel to Brigg and then catch a taxi from there.
  • Call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33 for more information on local bus transport.
  • Local bus services:
    • #4 – Route : Normanby Enterprise Park – Scunthorpe – Broughton – Brigg
    • Monday to Saturday = Hornsby Coaches
    • Sunday and Bank Holidays = Stagecoach in Lincolnshire
    • #94- Route : Gainsthorpe – Redbourne – Hibaldstow – Sturton – Scawby -Brigg
    • Monday to Saturday = Hornsby Coaches
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3-Day Canoe Building Workshop in the Lake District
Pooley Bridge, Cumbria
Cancellation policy: Custom
Experience required: Beginner & Intermediate
Weather dependant: Rarely

What's included:

  • All materials required for canoe construction
  • All tools
  • Tea, refreshments, and a friendly atmosphere
  • Opportunity to paddle your completed canoe

What's not included:

  • Accommodation
  • Food, please bring packed lunches

Frequently asked questions:

Absolutely! Whether you come solo or with friends and family, our workshop welcomes everyone.

No, our workshop caters to participants of all skill levels, from beginners to seasoned builders.

No, accommodation is not included. However, we can recommend camping and some Yurts at Great Strickland, there are also lots of campsites within walking distance.

 

Upon completion, your canoe is yours to keep! Take it out for a paddle on Ullswater (assuming it is calm) and enjoy the fruits of your labour.

No, the cost is per canoe built, not per person. Bring family and friends to help and make a holiday of it.

Please bring old clothing, epoxy resin won’t come out of your cloths once dry. We supply gloves for when you use the resin.

We keep the workshop well ventilated. Feel free to bring your own Darth Vader style dust masks if you are worried about sawdust.

We supply all tools and equipment to build the canoes but if you have a favourite saw or plane or cordless drill, by all means bring it.

We don’t use any power tools such as electric sanders/jigsaws, they make too much noise, save them for the home.

We are child friendly here, and many people bring their children to help build, and treat the time as a holiday. We have had plenty of canoes built by parents with their children to supervise!!

However If you find you child’s attention is wavering and you are a couple one of you can always make use of the local parks, or outdoor swimming pool, or take then to the Castle.

Further afield is Rheged discovery centre that has plenty to offer children. After each day, you have plenty of time to explore the Lakes. Creating your canoe is a fantastic thing to do with your child. Oh, by the way, there is an ice cream farm just up the road, well worth a visit!

There will be tea and coffee but you will need to bring your own mug and some food.

Yes we can help you strap your canoe down to your vehicle, you will need roof bars and straps, we sell cam buckle straps if you need you will need 3mt min length. We dont recommend ratchet type.

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Private SUP Session on the River Weaver
Salthouse Quay, Liverpool
Cancellation policy: Flexible
Experience required: Taster & Beginner & Intermediate & Advanced
Weather dependant: Rarely

What's included:

  • Expert SUP instruction tailored to individual or group needs
  • High-quality paddleboard and paddle rental
  • Safety briefing and ongoing support throughout the session

What's not included:

  • Personal gear such as waterproof clothing and packed lunch
  • Transportation to and from the River Weaver

Frequently asked questions:

The price includes expert coaching, all necessary paddleboarding equipment, the Canal & River Trust License, and a 1 hour and 30-minute guided session.

Each session can accommodate up to 8 participants. For larger groups, please contact us to arrange additional coaching resources – we will do our best to make it happen!

Wear comfortable, quick-drying clothing suitable for water activities, and water shoes or old trainers (something you don’t mind getting wet). Avoid cotton as it stays wet and can make you cold.

Yes, participants must be at least 8 years old to use their own paddleboard during the session. Younger children are welcome to join with parental supervision and appropriate safety measures. Please contact us to discuss.

Safety is our priority. Sessions may be rescheduled in the event of adverse weather conditions such as high winds or lightning. We will contact you to arrange an alternative date. However, this is really unlikely, as a bit of rain won’t stop us. Please assume your session is going ahead if you haven’t heard from us!

Non-swimmers are welcome but must wear a provided life jacket at all times on the water. Inform the coach, who will give extra attention to safety measures for non-swimmers.

Sessions start at Salthouse Quay, Liverpool L3 4SL. There is nearby public parking available (we can advise on this if you need). We recommend arriving at least 15 minutes early to find parking and prepare for the session.

Participants should be in good health and comfortable being in water. Please inform us of any medical conditions or concerns before the session so we can ensure your safety and comfort. You will be asked to sign a waiver before our session.

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Private SUP Session at Liverpool's Royal Albert Docks
Salthouse Quay, Liverpool
Cancellation policy: Flexible
Experience required: Taster & Beginner & Intermediate & Advanced
Weather dependant: Rarely

What's included:

  • Stand-up paddleboard and all necessary equipment (participants may also bring their own)
  • Comprehensive personal coaching
  • Launch fees for St Albert Docks
  • Consultation to tailor the session to your needs

What's not included:

  • Personal clothing suitable for water activities (quick-dry clothing is recommended)
  • Transportation to and from Salthouse Quay
  • Food and beverages

Frequently asked questions:

Each session can accommodate up to 8 participants. For larger groups, please contact us to arrange additional coaching resources – we will do our best to make it happen!

Wear comfortable, quick-drying clothing suitable for water activities, and water shoes or old trainers (something you don’t mind getting wet). Avoid cotton as it stays wet and can make you cold.

Yes, participants must be at least 8 years old to use their own paddleboard during the session. Younger children are welcome to join with parental supervision and appropriate safety measures. Please contact us to discuss.

Safety is our priority. Sessions may be rescheduled in the event of adverse weather conditions such as high winds or lightning. We will contact you to arrange an alternative date. However, this is really unlikely, as a bit of rain won’t stop us. Please assume your session is going ahead if you haven’t heard from us!

Non-swimmers are welcome but must wear a provided life jacket at all times on the water. Inform the coach, who will give extra attention to safety measures for non-swimmers.

Sessions start at Salthouse Quay, Liverpool L3 4SL. There is nearby public parking available (we can advise on this if you need). We recommend arriving at least 15 minutes early to find parking and prepare for the session.

Participants should be in good health and comfortable being in water. Please inform us of any medical conditions or concerns before the session so we can ensure your safety and comfort. You will be asked to sign a waiver before our session.

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Private Coastal SUP Session from Liverpool
Salthouse Quay, Liverpool
Cancellation policy: Flexible
Experience required: Intermediate
Weather dependant: Rarely

What's included:

  • Stand-up paddleboard rental
  • Safety and paddling equipment including life jackets and quick-release belts (QR Belts)
  • Expert coaching tailored to coastal conditions

What's not included:

  • Personal clothing suitable for paddling (water-resistant and quick-drying apparel recommended)
  • Transportation to and from the session start point

Frequently asked questions:

Wear comfortable, quick-drying clothing suitable for water activities, and water shoes or old trainers (something you don’t mind getting wet). Avoid cotton as it stays wet and can make you cold.

Yes, participants must be at least 8 years old to use their own paddleboard during the session. Younger children are welcome to join with parental supervision and appropriate safety measures. Please contact us to discuss.

Safety is our priority. Sessions may be rescheduled in the event of adverse weather conditions such as high winds or lightning. We will contact you to arrange an alternative date. However, this is really unlikely, as a bit of rain won’t stop us. Please assume your session is going ahead if you haven’t heard from us!

Sessions last between 90 to 120 minutes, including a safety briefing on shore. Participants will learn to read coastal conditions, navigate safely, and enhance their SUP skills under the guidance of experienced instructors.

Safety is our priority. All sessions include a comprehensive onshore safety briefing. Participants must wear provided life jackets and quick-release belts during the session. Our instructors are trained in first aid and rescue operations. Due to unpredictable coastal conditions, we will assess your paddleboarding ability at the beginning of our session, before entering coastal waters.

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Private SUP Session on the Leeds/Liverpool Canal
Salthouse Quay, Liverpool
Cancellation policy: Flexible
Experience required: Taster & Beginner & Intermediate & Advanced
Weather dependant: Rarely

What's included:

  • High-quality paddleboard rental
  • Professional coaching tailored to your skill level
  • Canal & River Trust license for access to the waterway

What's not included:

  • Personal belongings and clothing suitable for water activities
  • Transportation to and from the meeting point
  • Food and beverages

Frequently asked questions:

The price includes expert coaching, all necessary paddleboarding equipment, the Canal & River Trust License, and a 1 hour and 30-minute guided session.

Each session can accommodate up to 8 participants. For larger groups, please contact us to arrange additional coaching resources – we will do our best to make it happen!

Wear comfortable, quick-drying clothing suitable for water activities, and water shoes or old trainers (something you don’t mind getting wet). Avoid cotton as it stays wet and can make you cold.

Yes, participants must be at least 8 years old to use their own paddleboard during the session. Younger children are welcome to join with parental supervision and appropriate safety measures. Please contact us to discuss.

Safety is our priority. Sessions may be rescheduled in the event of adverse weather conditions such as high winds or lightning. We will contact you to arrange an alternative date. However, this is really unlikely, as a bit of rain won’t stop us. Please assume your session is going ahead if you haven’t heard from us!

Non-swimmers are welcome but must wear a provided life jacket at all times on the water. Inform the coach, who will give extra attention to safety measures for non-swimmers.

Sessions start at Salthouse Quay, Liverpool L3 4SL. There is nearby public parking available (we can advise on this if you need). We recommend arriving at least 15 minutes early to find parking and prepare for the session.

Participants should be in good health and comfortable being in water. Please inform us of any medical conditions or concerns before the session so we can ensure your safety and comfort. You will be asked to sign a waiver before our session.

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Group SUP Session on the Coast from Liverpool
Salthouse Quay, Liverpool
Cancellation policy: Flexible
Experience required: Beginner & Intermediate & Advanced
Weather dependant: Rarely

What's included:

  • Stand-up paddleboard rental
  • Comprehensive coaching on coastal paddling techniques
  • Safety briefing and ongoing support throughout the session
  • All necessary safety equipment, including life jackets

What's not included:

  • Personal clothing and footwear suitable for water activities (water-resistant and quick-drying apparel is recommended)
  • Transportation to the session start point
  • Food and beverages

Frequently asked questions:

Each session can accommodate up to 8 participants. For larger groups, please contact us to arrange additional coaching resources – we will do our best to make it happen!

Wear comfortable, quick-drying clothing suitable for water activities, and water shoes or old trainers (something you don’t mind getting wet). Avoid cotton as it stays wet and can make you cold.

Yes, participants must be at least 8 years old to use their own paddleboard during the session. Younger children are welcome to join with parental supervision and appropriate safety measures. Please contact us to discuss.

Safety is our priority. Sessions may be rescheduled in the event of adverse weather conditions such as high winds or lightning. We will contact you to arrange an alternative date. However, this is really unlikely, as a bit of rain won’t stop us. Please assume your session is going ahead if you haven’t heard from us!

Non-swimmers are welcome but must wear a provided life jacket at all times on the water. Inform the coach, who will give extra attention to safety measures for non-swimmers.

Participants should be in good health and comfortable being in water. Please inform us of any medical conditions or concerns before the session so we can ensure your safety and comfort. You will be asked to sign a waiver before our session.

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SUP Yoga at Liverpool's Royal Albert Docks
Salthouse Quay, Liverpool
Cancellation policy: Flexible
Experience required: Taster & Beginner & Intermediate
Weather dependant: Rarely

What's included:

  • Stand-up paddleboard rental
  • Yoga instruction by a qualified yoga teacher
  • All necessary safety equipment, including life jackets
  • Access to the waters of St Albert Docks

What's not included:

  • Transportation to and from the location
  • Personal water bottles and snacks

Frequently asked questions:

SUP Yoga combines stand-up paddleboarding with yoga. Participants perform yoga poses on a paddleboard on the water, enhancing the yoga experience with the added challenge of maintaining balance on a floating board. This practice not only improves strength, balance, and flexibility but also promotes relaxation through close contact with the water.

SUP Yoga helps improve core stability, overall strength, and balance while the serene setting provides a peaceful and meditative environment that enhances mental relaxation and stress reduction.

Each session can accommodate up to 8 participants. For larger groups, please contact us to arrange additional coaching resources – we will do our best to make it happen!

Wear comfortable, quick-drying clothing suitable for water activities, and water shoes or old trainers (something you don’t mind getting wet). Avoid cotton as it stays wet and can make you cold.

Yes, participants must be at least 8 years old to use their own paddleboard during the session. Younger children are welcome to join with parental supervision and appropriate safety measures. Please contact us to discuss.

Safety is our priority. Sessions may be rescheduled in the event of adverse weather conditions such as high winds or lightning. We will contact you to arrange an alternative date. However, this is really unlikely, as a bit of rain won’t stop us. Please assume your session is going ahead if you haven’t heard from us!

Non-swimmers are welcome but must wear a provided life jacket at all times on the water. Inform the coach, who will give extra attention to safety measures for non-swimmers.

Sessions start at Salthouse Quay, Liverpool L3 4SL. There is nearby public parking available (we can advise on this if you need). We recommend arriving at least 15 minutes early to find parking and prepare for the session.

Participants should be in good health and comfortable being in water. Please inform us of any medical conditions or concerns before the session so we can ensure your safety and comfort. You will be asked to sign a waiver before our session.

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Group SUP Session on the Leeds/Liverpool Canal
Salthouse Quay, Liverpool
Cancellation policy: Flexible
Experience required: Taster & Beginner & Intermediate & Advanced
Weather dependant: Rarely

What's included:

  • Use of a high-quality paddleboard and paddle for the duration of the session.
  • Expert instruction from experienced coaches to help you learn or improve your paddleboarding skills.
  • Canal and River Trust Licence - necessary licences for paddleboarding on the Leeds/Liverpool Canal are covered.
  • Provision of essential safety gear, including life vests.

What's not included:

  • Please arrange transportation to and from the meeting point.
  • Please bring suitable water-resistant clothing, sunscreen, and any personal water bottles or snacks.
  • Any parking fees incurred near the meeting point are not covered.

Frequently asked questions:

The price includes expert coaching, all necessary paddleboarding equipment, the Canal & River Trust License, and a 1 hour and 30-minute guided session.

Each session can accommodate up to 8 participants. For larger groups, please contact us to arrange additional coaching resources – we will do our best to make it happen!

Wear comfortable, quick-drying clothing suitable for water activities, and water shoes or old trainers (something you don’t mind getting wet). Avoid cotton as it stays wet and can make you cold.

Yes, participants must be at least 8 years old to use their own paddleboard during the session. Younger children are welcome to join with parental supervision and appropriate safety measures. Please contact us to discuss.

Safety is our priority. Sessions may be rescheduled in the event of adverse weather conditions such as high winds or lightning. We will contact you to arrange an alternative date. However, this is really unlikely, as a bit of rain won’t stop us. Please assume your session is going ahead if you haven’t heard from us!

Non-swimmers are welcome but must wear a provided life jacket at all times on the water. Inform the coach, who will give extra attention to safety measures for non-swimmers.

Sessions start at Salthouse Quay, Liverpool L3 4SL. There is nearby public parking available (we can advise on this if you need). We recommend arriving at least 15 minutes early to find parking and prepare for the session.

Participants should be in good health and comfortable being in water. Please inform us of any medical conditions or concerns before the session so we can ensure your safety and comfort. You will be asked to sign a waiver before our session.

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