This week’s Scottish Government announcement about additional temporary measures to stop the rise in coronavirus cases being seen across Scotland doesn’t require a change to the current WWS operating guidelines. In all areas (including the 5 healthboards with additional restrictions) outdoor adult non-contact exercise can continue...

Although we’ve extended the centre's opening days this year to 31 October, our peak waterskiing and wakeboarding season is sadly drawing to a close. Townloch/NTS members can continue to ski after October, but this will be dependent on the weather and availability of volunteer...

WWS, your governing body for waterski and wakeboard activities in Scotland, is producing an updated plan which will outline the key things that we aim to deliver over the next 4 years. Our vision is that waterski and wakeboard sports in Scotland are internationally...

We are recruiting for 2 exciting positions at WWS – a Development Officer and a Development Coach. Links to the job descriptions and application instructions are below. If you have the necessary skills and experience – we would love to hear from...

Last week’s not-so-summery weather has prompted us to update you about the operating hours of the centre as we move out of what has traditionally been known as ‘the water ski/board season’. Waterskiers and wakeboarders are a hardy and dedicated bunch but, as we...

The WWS guidelines for clubs, operators and participants have been updated following the Scottish Government’s announcement on 20 August. The main changes are highlighted in yellow. As we move into this next stage of lockdown, clubs/operators and participants/customers continue to have a collective...

WWS welcomes the announcement of the latest planned moves through the route map process and the clear commitment of Scottish Government to re-start community and performance sport when it is safe to do so. Public health and wellbeing remains the most pressing priority and...

The WWS COVID-19 Guidelines have been updated (Version 2.1) with some further changes to procedure. These updates are highlighted within the guidelines – COVID-19-WWS-Phase-2.1-Guidelines-v1.0.pdf. Clubs with any questions about the guidelines should contact coo@waterskiandwakeboardscotland.co.uk and participants who have questions about the specific procedures which will be...

Following the Scottish Government’s announcement yesterday about moving to Phase 2 of the Covid-19 lockdown routemap, WWS have now published updated guidelines (see below). There is minimal change to procedures implemented in Phase 1, but we do recommend that all clubs, sites and participants...