Waterski & Wakeboard Scotland

Welcome to Waterski & Wakeboard Scotland the National Governing Body for waterskiing & wakeboarding in Scotland.

We are a membership organisation funded by our members for the benefit of our members. We are fully affiliated to British Water Ski & Wakeboard (UK National Governing Body) with a remit to represent the interests of water-skiers and wakeboarders in Scotland.

Welcome to Waterski & Wakeboard Scotland

Our Objectives

Our Vision

A community of people from all walks of life and backgrounds participating in our sports, having fun, sharing successes and developing into who they want to be.

Our Mission

  • To help individuals develop sporting and life skills which will help them grow and evolve
  • To help clubs and venues be dynamic centres of excellence that provide the best experiences and coaching
  • To support our welcoming, fun, friendly and inclusive community

Our Values

  • COMMUNITY: embracing, supporting and sharing
  • PROGRESS: nurturing and supporting growth and development
  • FUN: providing excitement and celebrating success

Our Clubs

Town Loch

Waterski Wakeboard

National Training Site

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Aberdeen

Waterski Wakeboard

Affiliated Site

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Foxlake Adventures

Wakeboard

Partner Site

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Glasgow Wake Park

Wakeboard

Partner Site

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Kyle

Waterski Wakeboard

Affiliated Site

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Loch Earn

Wakeboard

Partner Site

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Loch Lomond Wakeboard

Waterski Wakeboard

Partner Site

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Loch Lomond Waterski

Waterski

Affiliated Site

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Wild Shore Dundee

Wakeboard

Partner Site

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NTS Interior

Town Loch

Town Loch is the National Training Site and home of Waterski & Wakeboard Scotland.

Set within the beautiful surroundings of Townhill Country Park, less than 5 minutes from Dunfermline, Town Loch offers unrivalled facilities and is amongst the best in the UK.

During your visit, you will be carefully looked after by our friendly and experienced coaches to ensure you move at a pace that is comfortable for you. Whether it’s wakeboarding, waterskiing, wake surfing or a ringo ride – we warmly welcome all ages and abilities!

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Become a Member

We would love for you to join our Waterski and Wakeboard community in Scotland.

Disciplines

Wakeboarding

Wakeboarding

Wakeboarding has many features in common with sports such as snowboarding, waterskiing, surfing and skateboarding but is very much a sport in its own right. In fact, wakeboarding has been said to be the fastest growing water sport in the world.

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Slalom

Slalom

Slalom is all about technique and skill, incorporating reaction time, rhythm, strength, coordination and balance. The goal for the skier is to pass through the slalom course while being pulled by the ski boat on an 18.25m rope. Whilst this may sound straightforward, there are many elements that can combine to make this extremely difficult…

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Trick

Trick

Trick skiing is slightly different from waterskiing. The skis are shorter, have no fins, and are purposely designed to do tricks. "Tricking" is highly creative and is extremely fun to learn. In competition, each skier has two twenty second passes, during which they have the freedom to complete as many tricks as possible. The tricks may vary from simple 180 degree turns on the surface of the water,

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Jump

Jump

In this event the skier passes over a ramp (6' for men and 5' for women), lands and recovers to ski through a set course. Each skier has three attempts at the ramp. The skier attempts to position themselves as wide as possible to the side of the boat and cut as late as possible at the ramp to generate the most speed and spring possible. All that matters is distance jumped and not the style used to

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Kneeboard

Kneeboard

Kneeboarding offers anther fantastic way to enjoy the water. One of the key advantages to this discipline is its accessibility - kneeboarders enjoy a much lower centre of gravity, making balancing much easier. In competition, riders compete in slalom, trick and expression session events.

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Racing

Racing

Ski Racing is a high adrenaline, high-octane branch of waterskiing and is the fastest form of skiing there is, with competitors travelling at up to 200km/h. A real endurance discipline, skiers use a special race ski, designed to ensure better control at high speeds.

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Barefoot

Barefoot

Barefooting really is exactly what it says on the tin. Starting out on the boom, skiers will start with a pair of "ski shoes before progressing to the point where they are no longer needed and the skier can barefioot behind the boat! A thrilling, high-octane discipline, barefooting is a discipline truly like no other. As with regular waterskiing, barefooting has three competitive events:

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Latest News

Scottish Wake Series - Town Loch NTS Stop

20 May 2022

Scottish Wake Series - Town Loch NTS Stop

Full information about the Town Loch NTS Scottish Wake Series Stop!

Scottish Wake Series 2022

17 May 2022

Scottish Wake Series 2022

The Scottish Wake Series is Back!

Scotland Nautique Backyard Slalom Series 2022

29 April 2022

Scotland Nautique Backyard Slalom Series 2022

Waterski and Wakeboard Scotland are excited to launch the Scotland Nautique Backyard Slalom Series for 2022. The series aims to br...

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