Watersports Clubs open their doors for Flow
Posted on April 28, 2016 @ 12:21 PM
Over 20 watersport clubs are opening up their doors and offering local people the opportunity to take part in a range of taster events as part of a new initiative called Flow.
Over the weekend of 14th & 15th May participants will be able to try their hand at canoeing, sailing, water-skiing, wakeboarding, kite surfing, rowing, angling, stand up paddle boarding and diving for as little as £10 or less!
To give you a flavour of what’s happening over the weekend we’ve selected some of our favourite events!
Give Rowing a Try - £2pp
City of Derry Boating Club, Londonderry, 14th & 15th May
Enjoy an introductory rowing session on the River Foyle and be part of a crew learning new skills.
Juniors Try Canoe Polo - £3pp
Belfast Kayak Academy, Belfast, 14th May
Have a go in a kayak on the water and play a game of canoe polo. This will be a fun intro session into a great sport at a state of the art canoe polo facility in Belfast.
Team Selection Trial for Skiffie World Championships - £3pp
Dundrum Coastal Rowing Club, Dundrum, 14th & 15th May
Once in a lifetime opportunity for beginners to compete for a place in the selection squad going to the Skiffie World Championships on home waters on Strangford Lough from 25th – 30th July.
Try Sailing or Kayaking – FREE
County Antrim Yacht Club, Whitehead, 14th May
County Antrim Yacht Club are holding an afternoon of taster sessions from 1.30pm - 5pm for beginners to have a go!
Try Rowing with Lagan Scullers Club - £5pp
Lagan Scullers Club, Belfast, 14th & 15th May
See Belfast from the river and feel the sleek boat glide through the water underneath you as you learn to row.
This is just a taster of what will take place during the weekend of 14th & 15th May. For information on how to book and to see what other events and activities that are taking place visit FlowNI.com
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