The most popular water sports on a boat like wakeboarding, wakesurfing or water-skiing can be learned by anyone. Whether you're a beginner or professional, we'll get it right for you. Especially for kids we also offer a ride on the tube.
Our Mastercraft X-Star with 420 HP is always ready to deliver the perfect wake.
We recommend to bring with you:
The necessary equipment will be provided by us.
Open to all: You get whatever you want. From nice and slow to sporty and fast.
Up to 10 guests on board are possible and included in the price. Depending on each persons liking they can either just watch or try as well.
Beginners course: Theoretical instructions for your desired water sports with numerous tips and hints, followed by 15 minutes of practical training out on the water with unlimited starting attempts - usually you will succeed at your fist water start within this time already.
This service can also be booked as a gift voucher.
Season: April - October
Appointments: Monday - Sunday (including holidays) from 8 AM to 9 PM.
Frequently Asked Questions
What's the difference between the sports offered?
On the classic water sports, water-skiing, the rider is standing on two skis and will be pulled with approx. 30-35 km/h by the boat. Alternatively, when mono-skiing, one ski is left behind and the rider is placing both feed on one ski. The reduced lift by the ski is compensated through a higher speed of at least 40-45 km/h. In contrast to a skier, a wakeboarder is standing sideways on one board, like on a snowboard. Wakeboarders are also pulled with approx. 30-35 km/h. Compared to this a wake surfer is going much slower, around 15 km/h, as this is the speed that enables the boat equipped with special wake shaping systems to generate a big and well shaped wave for the rider to surf on. Starting out with a rope, you'll figure it out soon and eventually be able to toss the rope and surf the wave without it just like on the ocean. Tubing is an all time classic, pulling the rider on a rubber tube behind the boat at variable speeds.
How long does it take beginners to manage the water start?
As for many things in life, there is not one true answer to this. We recommend to plan some 20 to 30 minutes per rider when trying water sports for the first time. Most people make their first successful water start on their water skis, wakeboard or wakesurf board after trying for around 3-5 times. Surely there are also riders needing less or more than that, anyway we always make sure to support with some helpful tips and tricks.
Can we switch between sports and participants on the boat?
Since the booking is always placed per boat and not per person, you're welcome to switch between different sports and riders. Anyway we recommend to keep the number of switches low in order to make sure you will get the most of your time on the water.
|Beginners course||€ 199,-|
|1 h||€ 249,-|
|5 x 1 h *||€ 999,-|
* After booking a 5 x 1 h block you can use it all the way trough the season - You don't have to use it the same day.