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Waterski & Wakeboard Scotland, home to the National Governing Body of water skiing and wakeboarding in Scotland has been established for over 40 years. Originally established as waterskiscotland, 2013 marks a change in name and the beginning of new and exciting times for us.

Our unique venue based at Town Loch in the beautiful surroundings of Townhill Country Park, near Dunfermline offers outstanding facilities including 2 state of the art world class boats. We welcome all levels of abilities so if you are serious about enjoying yourself behind a boat or just want to have some fun, come and pay us a visit.

Along with our fully qualified coaching and driving staff we want you to have a great experience. Our competitive prices, which start at as little as £15 for a 'come and try' water skiing or wakeboarding session includes all equipment needed for your visit. As the National Training Centre for the sport in Scotland we also provide boat driving and instructor courses for those looking to gain qualifications in this area.

For additional fun, inflatable ringos are available and suitable for Individuals or group/party bookings and great for kids and adults alike. Please feel free to browse through our website to see full details of what we have on offer.



Scottish Waterskiers and Wakeboarders are all shocked and horrified by the terrorist attacks in Paris and our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families following the tragic events in France.

Scotland is a diverse multi-cultural society and this diversity is our strength, as a sporting community we are combined in showing our respect and support for the victims and France as a country.


Blair Fraser…………World Wakeboard Champion


Waterski & Wakeboard Scotland the Governing Body for the sport in Scotland are delighted with the news that Blair Fraser a  rider at Foxlake Adventures won the men's open features competition and came second in the junior men’s open event at the recent World Wakeboard Association, World Wakepark Cable Championships in Abu Dhabi.

Blair’s dedication and commitment plus his natural ability has paid off with this magnificent result, he will go down in the record books as the highest placed Scot in this type of event and his success is clear testament to his early years spent at Foxlake Adventure’s Wakepark in Dunbar.

The Dunbar cable site now in its 3rd year of operation has been the catalyst for Blair’s success, the professional approach with clear progression pathways from participation to podium taken by the fully qualified coaching team at Foxlake is exactly what we at the Governing Body are keen to promote and fully support.

With the launch of our 2016 -2020 Strategic Plan later this year and the continuing support from sportscotland we hope to see more Cable Wakeboard Sites opening up throughout the country and as a result, more riders participating and many more Scots on the podium.




Water Skiing Mourns One of Its Greatest Champions –  Andy Mapple OBE 1962-2015

Andy Mapple Trick

It is with great sadness that we hear of the tragic and untimely death of Andy Mapple, one of Great Britain's greatest, best known and best loved water-skiers. Andy was an inspiration to most and a friend to all - he will be sadly missed. Our thoughts and heartfelt condolences go out to his family at this difficult time.



We are now an accredited RYA Training Centre


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New Tower fitted for our Wakeboarders


Equality Policy Statement

Waterski & Wakeboard Scotland  endorses the principle of sports equality and will strive to ensure that everyone who wishes to be involved in waterskiing and wakeboarding and all other disciplines and activities of our sport and governed by us whether as casual participants, team members, volunteers, coaches, office-bearers in clubs or those within Waterski & Wakeboard Scotland………………….

Has a genuine and equal opportunity to participate to the full extent of their own ambitions and abilities, without regard to their age, sex, gender identity, disability, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity, religion, race, ethnic origin, socioeconomic status or sexual orientation;

Can be assured of an environment in which their rights, dignity and individual worth are respected, and in particular that they are able to enjoy their sport without threat of intimidation.

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