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Rixen Watersport Centre

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Rixen Watersport Centre Photo: Anders Martinsen
Rixen Watersport Centre Photo: Alf Sverre Torgersen
Rixen Watersport Centre Photo: Alf Sverre Torgersen
Rixen Watersport Centre Photo: Smaabykontoret
Rixen Watersport Centre Photo: Smaabykontoret
Rixen Watersport Centre Photo: Smaabykontoret
Norway’s very first cable-pull used for water skiing and wake boarding activities. Bring your friends and family along for a fun-filled and unforgettable day on the water.

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The construction is by the lake Selura by Egenes Camping. The sport is suitable for both old and young as long as you are a swimmer. A total of 8 persons can use the pull at the same time and participants are sent out every 10 seconds. The speed varies from 0 to 60 kilometres per hour.

It is no problem if you have never been water skiing or wake-boarding before. Our competent instructors will help you along and offer tips and useful advice to enable you to enjoy this sport. Hire of both life jacket and equipment are free. It’s also possible to hire a wetsuit and special wake boards and water skies from us.

Forget boats that eat up fuel, are noisy and pollute the environment. Our water pull is fun, cheaper and more sociable!

Facilities

  • Sports activities

    • water sports
  • Food and drinks

    • summer café
  • Activities

    • water-skiing
    • water-skiing show

Categories

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  • Sports Sports

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Rixen Watersport Centre

The construction is by the lake Selura by Egenes Camping. The sport is suitable for both old and young as long as you are a swimmer. A total of 8...

Rixen Watersport Centre

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