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Welcoming everyone from beginners to pros, South Coast H2O is home to the UK’s longest System 2.0 straightline cable; suitable for wakeboarders, kitesurfers, wakeskaters and just about anyone who wants to rip it up on the water from 8 years old.
For beginners, the System 2.0 is a perfect learning tool, gradually picking up speed unlike a full-size cable which runs at a constant pace. At any one time there is only one rider on the system, with the operator tracking your every move adjusting speed accordingly and offering advice. If you fall the system will stop and the tow handle is brought back to you so you can start where you fell – no more swimming to the edge and running back to start equals more ride time and less wasted energy.
Intermediates learning to use the competition-standard rails and kickers will progress quickly. The System 2.0 allows riders to hit obstacles over and over in quick succession, to perfect their style. Again, as with beginners, if a rider falls the system stops and the tow handle is brought back. Off you go again to hit the rails for another time.
Pros can just rip up the entire park and really go for it. Your imagination is the only limit with the range of combos you can pull off. The worlds best riders are using the System 2.0 all over the globe; it is an awesome piece of kit.
Lessons, Coaching & Comps
If you're a beginner, our 2 hour introduction lesson will introduce you to the theory and how to ride safely before you hit the water. By the end of this lesson you will be up on the board and well on your way to making turns and enjoying the continuous ride. You will be taught by our cable operators who are all qualified coaches. For this reason we can book lessons at a time to suit you. Just give us a call and we can make the booking.
You will be launching from our UNIT walkway and start dock, which is designed to absorb all the chop and make the start area nice and easy.
We have 2 obstacles for your enjoyment:
The kicker is the bread and butter of any wake park. It is suitable for every standard of rider from a professional to someone who has never hit an obstacle before. Boat-style tricks can be performed off the kicker like spins, inverts and grabs.
The flatbar is starting to get a little bit more technical; it is the next stage up after the box rail has been mastered. It is thinner on top which means you need more skill to ride it and perform tricks. These are classic rails which are highly rated by all wakeboarders and wakeskaters.