Water sports enthusiasts who want to try waterskiing while in Singapore can do so at SKI360 Cable Ski Park. Instead of getting towed by a boat, SKI360 uses a cable system hooked up to a variable speed motor that can pull up to eight riders simultaneously in a continuous loop around a lagoon.
For beginners, that might be enough, but advanced riders will find a series of obstacles for perfecting that next trick. The cable is capable of traveling at the same tournament speeds as a boat would. Besides waterskiing, participants can try slalom skiing wake boarding, kneeboarding or barefoot surfing, and since SKI360 can accommodate up to 100 participants per day, prices tend to be much more economical than with water sports requiring a tow boat.
SKI360 provides all the gear you’ll need, and a team of instructors are happy to help beginners learn the tricks of the trade. You’ll find the Cable Ski Park on East Coast Park Beach adjacent to the East Coast Seafood Centre.