Wakedock is Ireland's first cable wakeboard park and pro shop in the Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 4.
We offer cable wakeboarding in Dublin's Docklands for both beginners and advanced riders.
Cable wakeboarding is an increasingly popular sport that is already well established internationally with more than 400 cable parks around the world. It has recently been short-listed alongside seven other sports for the Olympic Games in 2020.
How does cable wakeboarding work?
Essentially, the wakeboard cable replaces the boat and pulls the rider along a course.
The System 2.0 that is installed in the Grand Canal Dock has two towers and one rider uses the cable on their own and can continuously ride along the course between the two towers.
Because there is only one person on the cable, it means that if they fall, the operator can drive the handle back to them and they can get up again right there. There is no need to swim to the quayside or back to the start platform. That means the rider gets maximum ride time on the cable!
The System 2.0 is perfect for beginners to learn wakeboarding and ideal for more advanced riders to practice their tricks and hit the obstacles.
Kids Birthday Parties
Celebrate your kids birthday party with Wakedock!
You can choose whether you would like to go only wakeboarding or whether you would like to book a mixed activity session and also try out kayaking/stand up paddleboarding, a package we offer together with our partners Surfdock Watersports.
Join the Wakedock Kids Club on a Sunday morning in the Grand Canal Dock (kicking off each year in May) and learn how to wakeboard or improve your wakeboarding skills together with a group of children.
Our wakeboarding instructors will teach you everything from the very start of getting up and riding on your board to gaining board control, riding switch, turning corners and more.