Kneeboarding, waterskiing and wakeboarding are fantastic fun and exhilerating activities!. Our friendly BWSW qualified staff will instruct you in starting off on a kneeboard through to trying waterskiing or wakeboarding. Once you get to a good standard in wakeboarding you’ll want to check out our wake park features too!. For 8-12 year olds, please see our Junior Riders page.

Learn to Kneeboard

Learning to kneeboard is the quickest and easiest way to get started riding the cable. On a kneeboard, your centre of gravity is lower than on skis or a wakeboard, making you more stable, so its easier to learn to get around the corners of the cable ski.

Our kneeboard instruction consists of a safety brief and instruction from our British Waterski and Wakeboard qualified staff, then you’re ready to take to the water and try it out yourself!.

Once you`ve mastered the kneeboard (which can be from your first go to an hour later – everyone is different) then you might want to move onto ski’s, this will get you used to standing up on the water with your centre of gravity much higher….ready for wakeboarding!.

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Learn to Waterski

Learning to waterski will get you used to standing up on the water. On any learn to kneeboard session you are free to try waterskiing. Just ask at reception for the equipment and one of our staff will talk you through the basics on the dock.

Learn to Wakeboard

Wakeboarding is the most popular way to ride the cable. Our British Waterski and Wakeboard qualified staff will guide you through the process of learning to wakeboard from starting off on the dock on a kneeboard (not compulsory, but recommended) to progressing to wakeboarding and learning to steer the board around the corners of the cable ski.

Our instruction consists of a safety brief and instruction followed by an opportunity to try out the sport yourself and ask for hints and tips from our instructor/operator as and when you need them.

Once you’re up and running on a wakeboard (most likely on you’re first session, but everyone is different) you’re free to get started learning some tricks. Basic moves include 180’s, boardslides, grabs etc.

The kickers and sliders are a fantastic feature of cable wakeboarding and as soon as you get started you’ll no doubt be itching to get started on them!. Please speak to one of our operators before attempting to hit any of the obstacles if you have not done it before. Learn more about the park on our Wake Park page.

Entering our Competitions

Once you have learned a few tricks on the water or obstacles, why not enter our monthly competition series, the Ten Feet High Series. Its a rider league for multiple ability categories. Read more about the Ten Feet High Series.


See our Learn to Wakeboard prices.