It takes three to ski.
If you’re towing someone behind your boat, Jetski or other personal water craft, whether they’re on skis, a wakeboard or biscuit, you must have an observer aged 10 or over who can communicate the actions of the person being towed.
Anyone being towed must wear a lifejacket and you can only ski between sunrise and sunset.
As a skipper you need to:
• Keep to designated ski areas (or make sure you are more than 200 metres offshore).
• Always have an observer who is more than 10 years old.
• Always tow in an anti-clockwise direction.
The designated ski lanes and ski areas throughout the region give priority to these activities.
Ski lane rules