We welcome you to launch your own equipment on the reservoir in a controlled and safe environment. Watersports activities come with an inherent risk. The safety of all water users will always be our priority.
All of our activities are planned and delivered in such a way as to work with and preserve the very delicate natural environment we have on site. As such, we restrict numbers, access and types of activities to ensure our programme is delivered responsibly. If you have any questions, our team would be happy to explain.
Third party public liability insurance (available through all national governing bodies eg Canoe Wales, Royal Yachting Association).
Under 18s must be accompanied by an over-18 year old acting as legal guardian .
Over 18s can supervise a maximum of 2 under 18s where crafts allow for 3 users.
Minimum safety and quality standard for the craft. Duty Manager decision is final.
A correctly fitting buoyancy aid (EN 393) must be always worn when on the water. Buoyancy belts and gas cylinder life jackets must conform to EN ISO 12402-5 / 12402-6 and be worn on top of all layers and be always clearly visible.
Minimum age on the water is 5 years. Children aged 5 to 7 years must wear a life jacket (EN 395). These may be hired from the Activity Centre.
Valid launch permit for the duration of your session.