SeaVery Water Sports Halkidiki

You can try your competence in various water  sports such as  wind surfing, water skiing and wake boarding, if you are feeling adventurous. Experienced, instructors are there to guide you through the basics and instruct you as to best experience the sport you chose to try!

Our water sports club offers training facilities and equipment for individuals and groups in the following departments

Departments

Wind Surf

Windsurfing is a sport involving travel over water on a small 2-4.7 metre board powered by wind acting on a single sail. The sail is connected to the board by a flexible joint. The sport is a hybrid between sailing and surfing. The sail board might be considered the most minimalistic version of the modern sailboat, with the major exception that steering is accomplished by the rider tilting the mast and sail or, when planing, carving the board, rather than with a rudder.

😳  What if I don't now how ?

🙂  No problem our specialists are ready to show you how to start and other technics to improve your skills !

Water skiing

Water skiing is a surface water sport in which an individual is pulled behind a boat, skimming the surface on two skis or one (slalom) ski. The sport requires sufficient area on a smooth stretch of water, one or two skis, a tow boat with tow rope, three people, and a personal flotation device.

 😥  I never did before, i don't now how !

 🙂  No worries we can teach you the basics and after some tries you will be ready to enjoy the ride !

Wakeboard

Wakeboarding is a surface water sport which involves riding a wakeboard over the surface of a body of water. It was developed from a combination of water skiing, snow boarding and surfing techniques. The rider is usually towed behind a motorboat; typically at speeds of 18–24 miles per hour depending on the water conditions, board size, rider's weight, and rider's comfort speed. 

 😯  I am afraid is my first time !

 🙂  Hey we are here to show you how to do it

Water Tubes

Tubing, also known as biscuiting, is where a large circular rubber tube is towed behind a boat at fast speeds. Generally considered a novice or child's water-sport due to the lack of skill involved. The general aim is to hold on as long as possible without falling off due to the boat's sharp turns; more experienced biscuiters also try to jump the boat's wake and become airborne. Also a very simple and novice trick for beginners would be the barrel roll, once the tube is on the outeredge of a corner going faster than normal, a rider can intentionally roll off the tube to try and roll from upright to upside down and back again all in the same motion.

 🙂  No previous skills needed only your courage

Stand Up Paddle

Standup paddle boarding has its roots where all board sports have their beginnings, in Hawaii. Known as Hoe he’e nalu, stand up paddle surfing actually has ancient roots but became popular in modern times among surf instructors and photographers trying to get a higher vantage point than the surface of the water.

Basically, SUP uses a surf style board and a long paddle. In that regard it is a cross between canoeing and surfing.

 🙂  No previous skills needed

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