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COMPETITION INBOARDS
While there are many families who appreciate the versatility of sterndrive-powered surf boats, serious water sports enthusiasts still
find purpose-built towboats with inboard engines tough to beat.
Designed from the keel up specifically with water sports in mind, inboard towboats represent the ultimate for dedicated surfers
with their unique hull designs, high-torque inboard power that's optimized for surfing, and V-drive power systems with the propellers
tucked neatly under the hull. Every aspect of their design is focused on creating large, clean and crisp wakes that can be easily tuned,
so the rider gets the precise height, length and slope that they desire. This precision is achieved with integrated ballast systems, GPSenabled speed controls and wake-enhancing tabs that allow surfers to not only shape the wake exactly as they wish, but alter it on the
fly or even switch the direction of the wake from one side of the boat to the other on demand.
" Our company is a bit unique in that we manufacture both sterndrive-powered surf boats under our Cobalt brand, as well as
inboard-powered towboats with our Malibu and Axis brands, " says Malibu Boats CEO, Jack Springer. " People who get serious about
surfing, or wakeboarding, will eventually wind up in a purpose-built towboat because it simply provides the best on-water experience
you can get. "

Foilboarding behind a Starcraft wake boat.

STAY OFFSHORE
While it's fun to master a few tricks on the surfboard, and tempting to show
off your new skills for observers on shore, it's always best to wakesurf in open
water well away from shorelines. Apart from doing your bit to prevent shoreline
erosion and accidental damage to moored boats, surfing in open water is safer,
since there's no fear of hitting debris or getting hurt if you take a spill.
Surfing in deep water is also a lot easier. Surfing in the shallows is more difficult due to drag from vegetation and disturbance caused by the wake reflecting off bottom and folding back onto itself. Stay over deep, open water and
you'll find those slick tricks are a whole lot easier to master. And, you'll be less
likely to disturb anyone on shore if you have the tunes turned up.

MORE FUN, MORE SUCCESS, BETTER
MEMORIES WHEN YOU TAKE LESSONS
Towed water sports can give you
some of the best days of your life and
although many people learn for the
first time at the cottage the best way
to ensure success is to seek out professional lessons.
Professional instruction on how to
water ski, wakeboard or surf is more
available (and affordable) than you
might realize, and you and your family are certain to have more success,
faster when you take lessons from a
professional coaching facility.
Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada
is the National Sport Organization for
the towed water sports community
since 1949. Locally, the towed water
sports community is supported by
the Provincial Sport Organizations.
Together, these associations represent all recreational and competitive

Canadian towed water sports including water ski, wake sports, cable parks,
adaptive water ski, barefoot and
show ski. There are provincial associations in B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan,
Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New
Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
As the national association, WSWC
is also responsible for high performance, National Championships, and
developing the national programming for grassroots development,
coaching and long-term athlete
development.
Across Canada there are approximately 114 towed sports clubs and
schools, so there is likely one near to
you and your family. The Water Ski
and Wakeboard Canada website has
a listing of all the accredited schools
across Canada - see them all at: www.

wswc.ca/sites.
McCLINTOCK'S WATER SKI
SCHOOL & PRO SHOP
One of the best-established water
ski schools in Canada is McClintock's
Ski School on the shores of Puslinch
Lake near Cambridge, Ontario - just
45 minutes west of Toronto. Owned
by Jason and Jaime McClintock, the
school offers lessons and instruction from beginner to expert levels
and instructions on how to operate
a water sports boat safely. Boat driving is a critical part of a great towed
sports experience.
One lesson (15-30 minutes) at
McClintock's is $85 plus taxes but
their New Client Intro Offer allows
each new client to participate in three
sessions over a 14-day period for just

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FEATURE: THE WET SET
SAIL REVIEW: BENETEAU OCEANIS YACHT 54
DESTINATION: AHOY BY A CENTURY!
THE PORT HOLE: MAY 2021
BOATING LIFESTYLE: A MAIN COURSE OF BOATING CONVENIENCE SERVED UP WITH A SIDE OF ENVIRONMENTAL GOODNESS
TECH: ADD A SHADE - COOL COMFORT WITH CONVENIENCE
CROSSING THE LINE: DR. WINCH ANSWERS YOUR BOATING PANDEMIC QUESTIONS
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