Wakesurfing can be described as an off-shoot of wakeboarding. The rider trails behind the boat on a surfboard, riding on the boat’s wake without holding a rope. A tow rope is only used at the outset to pull the rider up onto the boat’s wake.
One-to-one coaching is available to focus on the rider and maximise their experience depending on the rider’s ability.
from £37.50 per person
We hold high quality instruction and equipment to make this happen.
ATX & Tige Wakesurf boats
Hyperlite wakesurf boards for all levels
Wetsuits for all weather and all sizes.
Buoyancy aids/life jackets
WHAT THEY SAY
Loch Earn Wake School is highly recommended. We learned to Wakeboard 2 years ago (see my review). This year we decided to go for Wakesurfing. We did an hour and within that time all of us managed to get up and on our way with great instructions. One of our group got to the point where they could surf without holding the rope for any support. We enjoyed it so much we went back 2 days later and did some more wakesurfing and a bit of wakeboarding. Thanks Graeme and Mark for an excellent time. Happy days. A great way to spend the holiday whether is be sun shining or raining
Fantastic experience wake surfing and water skiing.
Should be a world heritage site!
Graham and his team are first class.
The wake surf boat is amazing.
We had a family group for a birthday event and this was the third time we had come on my birthday.
It was a memorable event
We will be back
PS Family group children in 20s,parents in 60s!
Graham and his team are first class
Very welcoming and supportive
Get out on the water with them
You will enjoy the experience
It was my birthday and I went with my daughter.
A great birthday present and memorable event