Wakeboarding / Wakesurfing – The next generation of water board sports is essentially like snowboarding/skateboarding on water. To be able to stay buoyant is the main objective as you are pulled along at between 18 and 23 miles per hour behind a boat or cable!

Here at Wake Time, our aim is to help you learn the safe, fun and fast way to raise your wakeboarding / wakesurfing to another level. Whether it’s your first time or you are trying to put together a pro tour quality run, we can help.
We have the latest series of Mastercraft Wakeboard Boats and equipment including boards, bindings, lifejackets, wakeskates


Wakesurfing involves riding the boat’s wake without being directly towed. The rider starts close to the boat and then surfs the wake.
Equipment: Wakesurf boards are shorter and buoyant, allowing riders to stay close to the wake.
Technique: Riders let go of the rope and use the wake’s energy to surf. It’s like catching a wave behind the boat!
Chill Vibes: Wakesurfing is more relaxed, allowing riders to enjoy the water and ride the endless wave.
Both wakeboarding and wakesurfing offer unique experiences on the water, catering to different skill levels and preferences. Whether you crave adrenaline or prefer a laid-back ride, these water sports have something for everyone!


Wake foiling involves riding a specially designed surfboard equipped with a hydrofoil system.
The hydrofoil, mounted beneath the board, creates lift as you move through the water.
At speeds of 8 to 12 MPH, you balance yourself using two wings, adjusting your movements based on high and low-pressure areas on the board12.
How It Works:
As the board gains speed, the hydrofoil lifts the board out of the water, reducing drag.
Riders experience a smooth, almost ethereal ride as they glide above the water’s surface.
Wake foiling combines physics, skill, and fun, making it a captivating water activity3.
So, if you’re ready for a unique and exhilarating experience, give wake foiling a try!