This year we've creating to programme to raise awareness of the possibilities that kayaking offers for people with disabilities. Working together with local kayak schools we're offering a series of taster events where you can come and try out the sport for free.
Kayaking opens up possibilities for anyway with the most needing very little in the way of adaptations and when we're out on the water you can experience the freedom it offers. For those needing more support we have specialist equipment to increase stability and adapted seating systems to offer more support. All our guides are qualified and have specific training in adaptive kayaking and rescues.
If you've wondered what it's all about then come down take a look and get ready to discover a new world of possibilities. If you have any questions or are in doubt, then just get in touch and we can have a chat about it.
Buochs: 15th May 2016
Bönigen: 28th May 2016
Arbon: 2nd July 2016
Bönigen: 23rd July 2016
Bönigen: 20th August 2016
Ipsach: 21t August 2016 (Come On Board: Plusport Watersports Day)
Come On Board Watersports Day, Plusport Booking Info
Swimming clothes, sunglasses, sunhat, suncream, footwear that you can get wet, change of clothes, drinks and snacks.
Buochs, Lake Lucerne: Kanuschule Buochs, Seefeld 8, 6374 Buochs
Bönigen, Lake Brienz: Am Quai 1, 3806 Bönigen
Arbon, Lake Constance: Kanuschule Bodensee, Philosophenweg, 9320 Arbon
Ipsach, Bielersee: BASPO, Birkenweg 2, 2563 Ipsach
Anytime between 09:30 or 16:00
Please note that our courses and tours run in all weather that is safe for us to paddle in. Often the weather is better than predicted and part of the charm of our sport is experiencing nature with all its faces and even on a rainy day, the views and atmosphere can be beautiful and dramatic. We pride ourselves on having top quality equipment, including Palm longjohn wetsuits and high end paddle jackets to ensure you’re warm and happy whatever the weather. If conditions are unsafe to paddle in we will notify with as much notice as we can.