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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.



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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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Breaking News

British U14 Waterskiing Champion in Dunfermline

Last weekend, the British Waterski & Wakeboard (BWSW) National Youth and Open Championships were hosted at Hazelwoods Ski World in Lincolnshire. The purpose of the prestigious annual event is to identify our top young British skiers and with it, the hopes for a British future in the waterskiing world.

At the weekend, Emma Symes, 13 became the British Champion in the Slalom U14 category in her first ever Nationals event. Emma lives in Dunfermline and only began waterskiing in 2011 after falling in love with the sport during a ‘come & try’ session at the National Training Centre, Townhill Country Park. Since then, Emma has progressed significantly under the World Class tuition of Stuart Wood and the rest of the coaching team at Waterski & Wakeboard Scotland.

Pictured here, Emma was delighted, if not a little shocked at her win and commented, "It was difficult skiing at a new site and even more difficult because of the weather. Even though I didn’t get the result I wanted in the finals and I know I can do better, my family are really proud of me and it was nice to have them with me for support. I love waterskiing and think every young person in Dunfermline should have a go!" Emma is not alone in her success.

Georgie Hutchison, 12 competed alongside Emma in her first nationals and came 4th. Since Georgie only began running the slalom course in May this year, it’s another great result to be proud of. Leading our team of youngsters was Isla Banerji, 15 who came 6th in a fiercely competitive U17 category. Well done to all our Scottish skiers.

Stuart Wood, Performance Coach at the National Training Centre in Townhill said "All our youngsters performed well at the weekend in what were difficult conditions. To hold their nerve in a National rankings competition and achieve what they did is a credit to their commitment and enthusiasm in waterskiing. It’s what the National Training Centre is all about at Townhill. We are seeing a number of local youngsters progressing through the BWSW Cutting Edge programme. It’s great to watch them progress at their own levels and achieve such fantastic results."

Waterski & Wakeboard Scotland is hosting a British League competition at Town Loch, Townhill Country Park this Saturday, 10 August from 9am. All are welcome to come and watch. We are also running a ‘Cutting Edge After School Programme’ for 6 weeks from 19 August.

To find out more, please visit our website or contact the centre directly on 01383 620123.





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