Wakeboarding is currently the fastest growing water board sport and involves being pulled with a tow rope behind a boat designed specifically for the task, such as Wild Wake's 25ft Moomba Mojo. Riders use the boat’s wake to jump and perform tricks - the ultimate water based adrenaline rush and potential for large air.
Wakesurfing is an evolution of wakeboarding and surfing which has been made possible due to new boat designs that are capable of creating a massive surf wave. Wake surfers ride the wave created behind the boat as if it was an ocean wave, without using a tow rope connected to the boat. Surf a wave without having to wait for the perfect ocean swell!
Wakeskating is similar to wakeboarding except for the board that is used. A wakeskate board is like a skateboard without wheels in terms of shape and size that is not strapped to the feet and thus allows riders to perform skateboard style tricks on the water.
In kneeboarding, riders kneel down on a purposely made board and get towed behind the boat at a more leisurely speed than when wakeboarding. The more adventurous can even try small jumps off the wake, or carving across the wake.
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