Bray Lake Watersports started in 1979 as a windsurfing school and now over 40 years later, we are a multi activity centre offering windsurfing, dinghy sailing, canoeing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding and open water swimming. The Centre offers courses, instruction and hire for all levels in a safe and friendly environment. Open seven days a week, throughout the year, our picturesque 50 acre lake is surrounded by a mixture of grassy banks and a mature tree line. Our pine log clubhouse provides comfortable and enjoyable facilities, including a dedicated water sports shop and café - perfect whatever the weather. We offer a multitude of outdoor activities for both young and old, for just about any occasion with the options for individuals, schools, groups, junior parties and corporate events.
What makes your company different from the competition?
Bray Lake Watersports is a long standing water sports centre priding ourselves on high quality teaching alongside a club atmosphere with regular members and club sessions.
We have an onsite retail shop and cafe with great coffee.
We aim to move with the trends in the watersports industry adding new activities and courses to our offering.
In 2018 we were voted the top SUP Club in the country and we are also the home of the British SUP Club Championship.
How many people do you employ or train each year?
We employ around 5 people on a full time basis with around 10 additional seasonal staff during the summer. We also have a number of freelance staff.
Why are you a good company to work for or train with?
Bray Lake Watersports has a fun and friendly working environment aiming to provide flexibility for our staff where possible.
We can provide additional training to increase your qualification portfolio and strongly encourage our staff to get out on the water as much as possible to help progress their skills.