Self-steer on the smartest Wakesurf, the latest American wave boat (bow-rider),
surfing, stylish selfies in the sea, marvelous aquatic activities, cool!
Wakesurf is so popular among the celebrities, sports, fashion and water activities lovers! AIMS is the pioneer of driving courses and water sports, we provide the most popular and exciting Wakesurf for you!
Wakesurf is a water sport in which a rider trails behind a boat, riding the boat’s wake without being directly pulled by the boat. After getting up on the wake, typically by use of a towrope, the wakesurfers will drop the rope, and ride the steep face below the wave’s peak in a fashion reminiscent of surfing. Wakesurf is easy to learn, suitable for different ages and easy to make different fancy moves! AIMS provides Wakesurf professional boat rentals, the latest American wave boat Heyday WT-2, courses, activities and coaches etc. It is time for fans of water sports to show their heroism!
- 【Fee includes】Weekdays, Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays: Fee: HK$1,500/hour
(Minimum consumption 2 hours)
- 【Fee includes】Hire the newest bow-rider Heyday WT-2 from the United States, build a ski boat in 2019
- 【Event Location】Hong Kong Island South / Deep Water Bay / Repulse Bay
Phone or WhatsApp now for enquiry 92444888
* If you are a student of our college, you can teach the self-driving skills/strong>
In addition to surfing on the sea, you can now enjoy the latest American wave
boat (bow-rider) to have the fun and the pleasure of Wakesurf!
You can focus on Wakesurf skills and no longer be limited by the weather and environment.
Experience the water activities that have set off the Wakesurf boom in recent years. There are rope restrictions and a high degree of freedom in fancy styles.
Wake Board Enthusiast
It is to break through the restrictions of the weather environment and use the speedboat to fuel the waves. Even if there is no wind, the waves can be raised.
Enjoy self-driving skills
In the heyday of the wave-building boat on the coast, the WT-2 had an exhilarating wave breaking, which was another kind of pleasure of racing speed.