Ski Nautique 200
Water-ski trick legend Cory Pickos now resides in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, where he pretty much coaches year-round at his world-renowned ski school, Cory Pickos Water Ski and Wakeboard. He coaches the best of the best, and also anyone else who shows a passion for water skiing. In a brief interview, Pickos lays some of his knowledge on the table.
Ski Boat Review The tournament-proven, open-bow version of the Ski Nautique 200 shares the same award-winning running surface as its closed-bow sibling. In fact, the only difference between the two versions is the addition of the open bow, which adds seating for an additional two passengers up front. With 12 world records since its debut […]
Ski Boat Review The closed-bow version of the Ski Nautique 200 is for the three-event purist who wants simplicity, style and reliable performance from a hard-core ski boat. With 12 world records under its belt, Nautique Boats’s Optimal Surface Control hull delivers wakes that are small, soft and barely noticeable when crossing. This is because […]
Pro water skiing has returned to downtown Orlando, Florida, the mecca of water skiing and wake boarding. Check out this short video recap of the event, and make sure to be there next year!
Team Nautique skier, Nate Smith, set a new Slalom World Record at 2.5@43-off behind the world record setting Ski Nautique 200 this past weekend. The record was set at a tournament held at the Ski Ranch in Covington, Louisiana and is pending approval from the International Waterski and Wakeboard Federation (IWWF).
The Nautique Big Dawg World Tour Finals allows the world’s best 34 mph skiers to vie in head-to-head competition behind the world record breaking tournament ski boat, the Ski Nautique 200.
Watch Nautique Boats pro skiers Rhoni Bischoff and Brooks Wilson take some warm winter sets behind the 2011 Ski Nautique 200.
Natallia Berdnikava set a new world trick record of 9,210 points behind the Ski Nautique 200 during the Holy Cow Cup tournament held on Lake Grew at USA Water Ski headquarters. The score has since been approved by the International Waterski and Wakeboard Federation (IWWF).
Find out which six ski boats were approved to pull American Water Ski Association tournaments in 2011. Then get a sneak peek at the 2011 AWSA-approved tournament ski boats in action.
Watch Scot Ellis hit the ramp at his ski school, Fluid Ski and Sports, and see what it’s like to boost 200-plus-foot jumps, thanks to a GoPro camera mounted to Ellis’ helmet. Then listen to Ellis talk about his jump career, his young son, and what he likes most about the Ski Nautique 200 ski boat.