SURF LAKES STANDARD MODEL
Surf Lakes has invented a revolutionary, proprietary method of producing high-quality surfing waves in a controlled lake environment. By sending large concentric waves over separate reef breaks, a Surf Lakes facility is capable of producing up to 2000 waves per hour. Each wave varies in size, shape and length, and while appealing mainly to the beginner to intermediate surfer, the venue will also be challenging for advanced surfers if required. The science and engineering behind Surf Lakes is truly revolutionary. Unique bathymetric designs of our pool floor mimic nature and help to produce ocean-like waves. The floor design interacts with our patented wave mechanism where one central swell generates up to eight separate waves to the surrounding reefs and beach breaks. Surf Lakes facilities are similar to a ski resort, with waves colour-coded based on their level of difficulty. Beginners can feel safe and secure knowing which waves to surf as they learn and improve their skills, in a controlled environment. The beauty of our design means you don’t have to wait for a specific session that suits you. We produce waves that suit all levels of ability simultaneously.
Surf Lakes at present has two products, each designed to appeal to different markets and also suit varying locations. The two models include the Surf Lakes standard model and the Surf Lakes XL model. Surf Lakes standard, included here in this brochure has a smaller footprint and is designed to cater for the beginner to intermediate markets. The smaller footprint will allow for Surf Lakes standard models to be built in areas where larger parcels of land are scarce. And with a smaller price tag, while still producing up to 2000 waves per hour, the potential for optimum ROI is at a premium.
WAVES FOR ALL ABILITIES
The Beginners area is the white-water area that rolls through the inside of the reefs. Beginners can learn to paddle, catch waves and stand up.
The Intermediate wave is a rolling beach break – a gentle wave that’s easy to catch, ride and learn to do turns. This wave is also suitable for longboarders.
The Advanced wave is a slightly larger wave, with a steeper take-off and more critical sections for advanced turns as well as aerial manoeuvres.