Based in britain's premier watersports location, our lagoon is the idyllic spot to learn + develop your watersports

Officially the fastest growing sport in the world, winging has taken the watersports scene by storm. Driven by a simple hand held wing up onto a highly efficient hydrofoil, riders have unmatched fluidity and freedom to glide around effortlessly. Loved for its simplicity and versatility; a wing, board and foil will take riders into a wide variety of conditions, locations and riding styles, opening doors to the wider world of surf foil riding.
A stand alone sport complimentary to all other watersports thanks to its ability to make poor conditions fun, it’s not ‘why?’, it’s ‘when?’.

Run by our core team of passionate coaches who follow a clear format to make the introduction to winging both fun and informative too. All our sessions are focused on developing independence on the best equipment available.


GROUP £70 / 121 £140

Our introduction to wing surfing session aims to get students started with a complete foundation of knowledge and skills required to continue the sport.

Following on from a short safety briefing students build skills and confidence progressively, first learning to control wind wings on the beach before heading to the water to ride boards.

Starting out on high floatation boards, the course covers various techniques to get going and adjust stance whilst controlling power, speed, trimming and direction.

Moving onto basic turns and covering various rescue techniques and wing handling skills, the session will ensure students are confident continuing alone.

Lasting 2 hours, sessions can be booked as a private or group lesson of up to 4 people.


Safety briefing

Equipment familiarisation
Basic wing controls
First rides on a board
Controlling speed
Controlling direction
Basic turns
Self rescue techniques


Having grasped the basics of riding a wind wing on a floatation board the next step is to begin flying it whilst on a hydrofoil. A continuation from our introduction course, this session assumes you have good wing handling and board riding skills, focusing on managing a hydro foil board. 

Covering a thorough itinerary of theory and practical subjects students will hit the water after spending a short time learning about safety and equipment considerations.

Building skills gradually, small technique and stance changes will soon have students controlling take off and maintaining lift on the foil.

Moving onto speed handling and first carves the course aims to have students self sufficiently practicing on foil boards.

Lasting 2 hours as a private session


Safety briefing
Location selection
Foil board familiarisation
Technique adjustments
First take offs
Maintaining lift and control
Controlling speed {stopping}
Basic turns
Self rescue techniques


{ £50 ph with own equipment }
Our private lessons run 121, are available hourly and focus on the individual skills students want to progress.

Ideal for an after course confidence builder, some support if it’s been a while, or giving focused tips for people struggling to break through a learning hurdle. Teaching 121 we are able to go out of our way to help students get to the level they want to achieve.