Open Canoeing

A canoe is a narrow boat, typically pointed at both ends and open on top, propelled by one or more seated or kneeling paddlers facing the direction of travel and using a single-bladed paddle. Ideal for ages 8 & up.

Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP)

The fastest growing paddlesport, born from surfing with modern roots in Hawaii. Stand up paddle boarders stand on boards that are floating on the water and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water. Ideal for ages 10 & up.

Kayaking/Sit On Tops

Kayaks are single person craft that you clim in to and sit inside. We also have Sit on Tops, these differ in that you sit on top of the craft.

Sit on tops are better suited to the less experienced paddlers as there is less chance of accidental capsize with no risk of entrapment and can be self rescued meaning that you can simply clim back on board should you fall in.

Both kayaks and Sit on Tops use a twin bladded paddle and you sit with your feet out in front of you.

Ideal craft for anyone over 10 years oldon of the paddler and the number of blades on the paddle. Ideal for ages 10 and over.

Mega Team SUP

Our two Mega sized stand-up paddle boards are over five meters long. Amazing fun for group building, two teams go head-to-head with silly challenges. You will get wet and have a great time. Ideal for anyone over the age of 8.


The KataKanu is a truely versatile craft able to accommodate inclusion for all abilities of people which the KataKanu does this with ease with no adaptation required.

Ideal for the youngest of padders or team paddling as the craft is incredible stable on account of its twin hullmaking it virtually unsinkable.

This craft is brillant for introducing young people to world of paddlesport. Ideal for ages 6 and over.


Constructed using barrels, attached to bolted frames, teams are taught different methods of attaching barrels and may be supplied with materials to create a mast capable of supporting a sail.

After getting afloat, teams participate in races and challenges on the lake. Ideal for ages 10 & up though youngsters may require an adult to help them with the knot tieing.


Coracles are small, keel-less boats believed to exist as far back as the Ice Age, therefore the Coracle was likely to be the first type of water transportation used by Man.

We love our Coracles as they give a different approach to canoe and kayaking, particularly as it uses different skills to make it perform, as well as being a craft which is fun to paddle for kids and adults.

Up for a challenge, try Coracle polo!