|Wakeboarding school:||Cable Tow Wakeboarding Introduction|
|Location:||Europe > England > Bedford > Box End Park|
|Map:||Box End Park|
The Wakeboarding School
What should we know?
|Name in local script:||Cable Tow Wakeboarding Introduction|
|Also known as:||Add Data|
|Company name:||Box End Park|
|Environment type:||field, grass, woods|
|Location type:||rural, town, village|
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What can we see or do there?
|Services:||conferences, functions, restaurant, weddings|
|Shops:||ice creams, snacks|
How much will it cost us?
|Currency:||British Pound (GBP)|
|wakeboard (1 hour)||GBP8|
|wetsuit (1 hour)||GBP2|
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When should we go there, and for how long?
|High season:||June, July, August|
|Low season:||November, December, January, February|
|Usually closed:||Add Data|
How can we get in contact?
|Telephone:||01234 846 222|
|Postal address:||Box End Park, Box End, MK43 8RQ, Bedford, England|
|Country calling code:||44|
|This two-hour introduction is a great (and necessary) starter to your new life as a wakeboarder. Expect to have your helmet, lifejacket, kneeboard and ‘easy-up’ board included in the GBP39 price. After a short safety video, a bit of practising on the grass, and three successful laps on the kneeboards, you’ll be ready to stand up and give the real thing a go. Just don’t let yourself get annoyed by the queues; this is a popular activity on a lovely day.- Daniel|
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|Wakeboarding is a lot more tiring at first then you’d expect. The cable tow is faster than it looks, and it tugs you quite hard – so be prepared to ache pretty much all over for the next few days.|
|Don’t give up if you fall in straight away the first few times. Many first-timers do! Just listen to the advice of the staff and try, try and try again until you get it. Also, it’s considered bad etiquette to laugh at those that do fall in – as much as you might want to ;-).|
|Don’t accept a broken board, even if the staff tell you that it’s fine. You’ll really struggle to get up at first, especially with a broken ‘easy-up’ board – which are heavier and more cumbersome anyway.|
|If you see someone fall in near to the start, help them get their board up the steps. It’s really difficult to do so on your own.|
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