Enjoy watersports in Liverpool's historic docks with the Liverpool Watersports Centre
Liverpool Watersports Centre makes watersports accessible for all, by providing a variety of affordable activities for individuals and groups.
LWC is part of a charity, Local Solutions who work with disadvantaged groups around the Liverpool City Region and North Wales.
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Activities you can do at Liverpool Watersports Centre
You can rent out the Swan Pedalos for £20 for 30 minutes and experience the breathtaking waterfront view with up to four other individuals, making it enjoyable for the whole family.
Kayaks and Canoes
With the help of kayak and canoe sessions, you can see the docks in a way you've never seen them before.
While admiring the Liverpool docks, take in the thrill and adrenaline of powerboating.
For people or groups like families, coworkers, friends, kids' football teams, stag and hen parties, birthday parties, scouts, girl guides, and schools, the Aqua Park is especially fantastic.
Stand Up Paddleboarding
Try out the fastest growing watersports and paddle through the dock system into Liverpool's Royal Albert Dock and back.
Open Water Swimming
Swimming in open water is an excellent way to stay in shape, manage stress, make new friends, and have fun. Even better, Liverpool Watersports Centre offers the chance to swim in the city's historic docks.
With roll-on, roll-off access, the centre's first totally accessible powerboat can seat up to 10 individuals, including six wheelchair users.
Sailing and Windsurfing
Dinghy sailing and windsurfing are available to adults and kids of all skill levels at the Liverpool Watersports Centre.