Land Yachting

  • Blokart Pro V3

    A Blokart is a 3 wheeled kart or type of land yacht which uses a sail, similar to those found on small dinghies, to provide traction.

    Blokart Sailing is a relatively new sport which is becoming more and more popular, mainly due to its easy accessibility.  A Blokart packs away into a bag that will easily fit into the boot of a car and is very easy to set up and use. The small size means that they can also be easily transported on aeroplanes to take part in international events or just for fun on holiday. Almost anyone and everyone can participate! Blokart sailing appeals to people from 8 to 80.

    The Blokart is controlled using the hands only, meaning that a person’s size and mobility need not stop them enjoying the sport; people with paraplegia, prosthetic limbs and many other medical conditions can compete equally with able-bodied sailors. Blokarts are also very safe, providing the right protection measures are worn.

    It is incredibly easy to learn to sail. There are 4 sail sizes; 5.5m, 4m, 3m and 2m to suit a range of conditions; All of the sails will propel you at speeds up to twice the actual wind speed.

  • Powerheart G3 Plus Defibrillator Unit for Events

    As well as an AED at each of it’s activity centre, Mersey Weaver has a portable AED available for Events. This potentially life saving equipment is available to all groups and units free of charge to take to camp or for activities,

    Featuring valuable audible and text prompts throughout rescue, the Cardiac Science Powerheart AED G3 Plus is a fully automatic defib unit. The G3 defib has been the most popular model in the UK and is renound for its exceptional audible clarity and user-friendliness. Offering Cardiac Sciences very own Rescue Ready® instructions on how to respond to a cardiac arrest victim and automatically delivering a life saving shock if necessary, the Powerheart AED G3 Plus reduces the pressure on the responder. The event log also records the treatment given to the patient and can be displayed to emergency services when they arrive.