How fast do you pull wakeboarders?

How fast do you pull a beginner wakeboarder?

Going somewhere between 12 and 15 miles per hour is ideal for beginners learning how to ride as it is steady speed that helps them gain confidence on the board. As they get more comfortable, you can then start going up in speed to 18 miles per hour.

What speed do pro wakeboarders go?

Anywhere between 24 and 26. There are some exceptions that ride faster. Ricky G, Randall and Lyman are some of those guys. Usually 80 or 85′ of rope depending on what boat they’re riding behind.

How fast is a wake boat?

Generally, a wakeboard boat’s top speed will be between 45 and 55 mph. However, wakeboard boats typically only travel at between 15mph and 25mph while they are towing a wakeboarder.

How long should your wakeboard be?

Wakeboard size chart

Rider Weight (lbs) Rider Weight (kg) Wakeboard Length (cm)
90 – 150 40 – 65 130 – 134
130 – 180 59 – 82 135 – 139
170 – 250 77 – 113 140 – 144

How fast should you tow a tube?

When towing young kids on tubes, keep the speed between 8 and 12 MPH. The younger the age, the slower the speed. When towing teenagers/adults on tubes, keep the speed from 15 to 20 MPH.

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What is the best speed for water skiing?

Ideal Boat Speeds by Water Activity

Activity Boat Speed
Combo Skiing 25 mph
Slalom Skiing 19-36 mph
Shaped Skiing 20-30 mph
Wakeboarding 16-19 mph

Is it harder to water ski or wakeboard?

Relative Difficulty. Most people agree – getting up on two water skis is easier to learn than wakeboarding, and certainly than slalom skiing. You don’t have as many balance issues when you get up on two skis because you’re facing forward and using your legs for balance.