Welcome to the Langstone Harbour Water Skiers Association website. We are estuary based in Langstone Harbour on the South Coast of the United Kingdom.
Details on membership benefits, how to join and a downloadable membership form are on the membership page.
Where to launch, tide tables and a short history of the Association are on the information page.
Video and pictures of skiing at LHWSA are in the Gallery.
A short video of Kris Janczuk showing how it should be done !
Sunday the 19th of April 2015 - Raft Maintenance
Jobs to be done include
1) Finish off the last of the fendering on the south side of the raft.
2) As well as the fendering, we'll do a "normal" clean-up and re-paint.
More details on the news page:
Saturday the 7th of March 2015 - First Committee meeting or
At this meeting we decided the dates and events taking place during the year.
Saturday the 6th of December - Club AGM 2014
The AGM went ahead as planned. We set the fees for the 2015 season and discussed the state of the club. Two new committee members were voted in.
Saturday the 9th August 2014 - Club Competition.
This went ahead as planned, wind came up and it got pretty challenging later
so we only managed to get one round in.
Congratulations to Sadie, Ole and Rebecca who won the Womans, Mens and under 16's classes.
Full details on the news page and pictures are in the Gallery.
Sunday the 25th May 2014 - Rescheduled Raft Maintenance.
As hoped for we did get out last Sunday (25th May) and did a few of the outstanding Jobs on the list, for full report see the news page:
Saturday the 21st April 2014 - SBDA Theory and Exam.
Six members took and passed their SBDA Theory and Exam, practical assessments out on the water have been going on since.
Pictures from events from previous years are in the Gallery
Pair of childrens beach shoes found on the raft Saturday 9th August, Contact us if they are yours
The LHWSA raft is located in the Langstone Channel
Please keep well clear of any dredger that makes its way through the water-ski area. It is a big ship in a small channel and if you fall off or stop in front of it, it is limited in its ability to manoeuvre.
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