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About us

Current Activities
Learning on "The Bar"


Training with Scot, Nicole Arthur Ladies World Slalom Champion

Charity Loch Swim
Which one is the Mad Cow?


The Club was formed in the '60's originally as Kyle Aqua Ski Club.  It began ski-ing in Irvine Harbour and then relocated to Kilbirnie Loch.  In those days the loch was the cooling facility for Kilbirnie Steelworks and the benefit was the shallow water was always warm.  The Steelworks have long since closed but the waters remain as probably the warmest in Scotland and ideal for Water Ski-ing and Wakeboarding.  In the '80's The Club relocated from the north end to the current site at the south end of the loch acquiring a boathouse, slipway, access road, carpark all landscaped to a very high standard.
Over the years the Loch has hosted National and International

In the 60's The European Championships were held and more recently The Club has hosted The Scottish Inter Club Championships, The Celtic Challenge and The Scottish Open.  Through that time members of the Club have featured in those events from Jack Fulton who was European Champion in the early years, Ian Barnet who captained The Scottish Tournament Team on a number of occasions and Iain Robb who regularly held the number 2 slot in the country for a number of years.  We have had the pleasure of hosting John Arthur who was Scottish Champion for more than a decade and Melanie Chambers, the Scottish Ladies Champion

for at least as long and we can even claim the Andy Mapple used to train on our water before he became World Slalom Champion.

Ski-ing in 1960
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