Party and play on the beach! Join us for a weekend long festival on the Isle of Wight on 22 & 23 July 2023, at the South Island Sevens.
Throughout the weekend there will be multiple sports taking place, and an after party on both the Saturday and Sunday evening.
Compete in a mixed team of 8 (4 male athletes & 4 female athletes) in either the Fitness, Everyday or Rx level.
Not all team members will need to take part in the swim portion on the event, only 4 will need to do this.
Coaches will be running from London Victoria & Birmingham to the ferry terminals (with a stop to pick up in Guildford on the way from London). The journey to the Isle of Wight will take approximately 2 hours, will include your return hovercraft ticket and will cost £67.50 per person. Athletes must book coach travel in advance of the event, there will be options to select desired date and time, coaches will run Friday – Monday.
Hovercraft & Catamaran
Hovercraft and Catamaran services will be provided to cross to the island at £15pp return. This is an on foot service, with available parking nearby to the terminal. These passenger spaces are pre bookable, the hovercraft will run every 15 minutes, Friday – Monday, the Wightlink catamaran, every 20 minutes. both arrive in the heart of event in Ryde.
Drive on ferry services are also available with Red Funnel & Wightlink, but spaces will be limited and at a return cost of approximately £90 per car. Parking is available on the IOW, but is very limited due to the summer holidays.
Buses (IOW Side)
Buses run by Southern Vectis will run from the ferry terminal to the campsite and will take approximately 6 minutes. Tickets will be £3 per person and payable when boarding the bus.
The Beach Venue is a 15 minute walk from the NUKU exclusive campsite, where you can camp for just £10 per person!
Or, if you’d rather arrive with your tent set up for you you can book a Bell Tent (tent only) which sleeps 8 – 12 people for just £425. Campsite address: Urban Saints Centre, Oakhill Rd, Ryde, IOW, PO33 1PU