No Wind, No Problem!

Our Waterski and Wakeboaring center “Antiparos Watersports” is located at the 2nd psaraliki beach just a few walking minutes to the south of the port of Antiparos. Equipped with Mastercraft and Correct-Craft boats we offer all towboat sports like waterski, wakeboard, wakesurf and inflatable toys. Uncover the beaches of Antiparos with one of our Standup Paddle Boards (SUP). Want to try something extreme , we are one of the few licensed Flyboard centers in Greece. Fun for everyone. Amazing family time with activities from 8 to 88 years of age!

Wakeboarding

We offer wakeboarding sessions to those that already know how to ride and want to enjoy the ride behind our Mastercraft X15! The wake is hughe for those that want to go high and try all their tricks. The subwoofer will make your friends on the boat go wild when you hit the wake. Amazing fun for the whole group. Those of you that want to learn theis amazing sport, put yourself in our hands. Many years of experience in teaching wakeboarding will make sure that you will reach your target in the shortest time possible. You will be amazed how fast you will progress!

 

Wakeboarding Tips

While learning any new sport is going to be difficult to begin with, wakeboarding is known to be a watersport that can be picked up quicker than many others. If you want to kick start your wakeboarding training, there are a few tips to make the first few times more successful.

  • The first, most important thing to learn which foot you should be leading one. A quick way to do this is to run in a straight line, coming to a quick stop. The foot you put out to stop yourself is most likely to be your leading foot, simple!
  • When first trying to stand up on a wakeboard, put about 60% of your weight on your front foot and stay close to the board. Straightening your legs and standing straight up is a sure fire way to fall straight away!
  • The best stance take on your first few goes at wakeboarding is to place the back binding far back towards the end of the board and align it at zero degrees, so that the your weight pressed directly on top of the rear fin. The front binding should be slightly pointed towards the front of the wakeboard.
  • The shorter the rope, the easier it is to handle. Wakeboarding beginners should keep their tow rope short and the tow handle low down on their body.