Learn the disciplines
- 2 skis
this is one of the oldest disciplines in WaterSports. As it dates back to 1922 and Ralph Samuelson attempting to glide across the water on 2 planks in MN. 2 Skis requires balance that becomes the base of everything else you’ll ever attempt on the water. Our ski boom attached to our Mastercraft Pro Star 190 makes the learning curve extremely simple. Many other disciplines originate from 2 Skis...
this is one of Dave’s first loves on the water and is definitely for the adrenaline junkies. Barefooting comes with high speeds and huge rewards. The first time you stand on water with your bare feet it is a memory unmatched, only topped by the first time you do it backwards. Dave was an advanced barefooter at both Cypress Gardens and Sea World professional shows and can help you adrenaline j...
this fun activity started in the early 50’s when people were trying to find other ways to have fun on the water. A Disc also has a large surface area which helps with stability on the water. It’s also a great way to get your first handle pass, wrapped or over head spins started. And if your feeling the urge to push the envelope you can try to stand on a chair or ladder while you’re discin...
this is a great entry level activity, but it doesn’t stop there! Kneeboarding is also a great way to learn a first handle pass 360. There is a lot of surface area and since the student is kneeling, the center of gravity is much lower, which makes the success rate much higher. It’s also a great way to learn edge control and wake crossing with ease. Kneeboard is a great confidence builder...
- Shoe ski
this is another way to fill your excitement tank with a discipline that is a great training tool for barefoot skiing. Shoe skis are a much smaller version of 2 skis. Just slightly larger than a pair of shoes. At slower speeds than barefooting, It is a little less intimidating to try some tricks, like front to back 180’s, one foot swans, 360’s, line step overs and even flips!!
slalom is great for the adventure seekers that enjoy the speed of a sports car or anything else that goes fast. On one ski, direction turning happens faster and acceleration does as well. From recreational carving to entering a slalom course and trying to make 6 even turns around buoys in a plotted course, the adventure and rewards are very satisfying. We have many slalom courses available that...
- Trick ski
one of the hardest disciplines on the water but by far the best at getting your balance and core the best it can be. Trick skiing can either be done on 2 Skis or one. Beginners will learn amazing balance and advanced will learn an unlimited amount of spin tricks, toe hold tricks and flips. Our Mastercraft boats are outfitted with trick release and the best gear from Radar Skis can be available ...
tubing is a fun activity that absolutely anyone can experience. Great for kids that aren’t sure about getting behind a boat for the first time. It’s also a great way for groups to go have fun together on a hot day. Go as fast or as slow as you want, as your driver can accommodate your request. We have tubes that can handle one too four people at a time. The hardest part is whipping the smil...
- Wake Surf
another fun discipline that is one of the newest to sweep the towed WaterSports world. Get the exhilaration of surfing without having to paddle in or ever having the wave disappear!! Our MasterCraft boats are specifically built and designed to create a wake that will push you enough that you will no longer need the tow rope. You can surf as far as the boat can go. At low speeds of 10 mph, it...
this is a fun discipline that Dave was instrumental in starting in the early 90’s when the school was just taking off. It was slightly preceded by snow boarding which had a concept of carving a mountain like a surfer. As both sports grew and evolved many tricks including flips and spins that impressively fly high off the wake were invented. Dave has been deeply involved with everything that...
another sport that evolved from wakeboard with a skateboard feel. A smaller board is used and usually slower speeds. Either use a grip tape deck with skate style shoes or a padded deck with bare feet. The tricks you can attempt are as endless as what you try on your skateboard deck. The biggest difference is when you wipe out your over water instead of concrete or asphalt!! Paddle; when your ...