If you don’t have fear of water then you can have abundant choices for the real adventure and excitement in latest water sports. And if you are in search of trying new ones, you have come to the right place, for the information you get here will take you on an adventure to remember. Check out 10 most exciting water sports. As always if you have an opinion, feel free to use comments section. All image rights belongs to their respective flickr users.

10 – Scuba Diving

Scuba Diving by cftcouncil

Scuba Diving by cftcouncil

It’s been said that scuba diving is more than just a sport or recreation. It’s a state of being – and a state of becoming. . It can even bring you face to face with gigantic whale sharks!

09 – Flowboarding

Flowboarding by Artem Alforov

Flowboarding by Artem Alforov

Flowboarding is a quite recent innovation that allows participants to surf using a ski-board (similar to a snow-board) on a static piece of equipment.

08 – Body Boarding

Water Sports Body Boarding by Ciannella

Body Boarding by Ciannella

As with surfing, bodyboarders are reliant on nature providing waves. The rush as one descends down a large wave is pretty special. This really is a great sport to be involved in, its fun, you can do it fairly cheap and its great exercise.

07 – Kayaking

Kayaking by mckaysavage

Kayaking by mckaysavage

In fact, there isn’t that much difference between kayaking and canoeing is. A canoe is typically much longer and is generally open all the way down compared to a kayak which has a closed cockpit or open top seat.

06 – Windsurfing

Windsurfing by willg

Windsurfing by willg

Windsurfing is a fantastic water sport and a great way to exercise and enjoy everything the water has to offer. Once you get the hang of it, it’s really hard to stop!

05 – Water-Skiing

Water-Skiing by lukiassaikul

Water-Skiing by lukiassaikul

Waterskiing involves towing people behind a boat on skis, bare feet, inflatable toys, boards and parasailing. All kinds of boats are used for waterskiing, ranging from a dinghy to a personal watercraft.

04 – Jet Skiing

Jet Skiing by mike solari

Jet Skiing by mike solari

If you prefer calm waters, jet skiing might be a better water sport for you. It involves riding a speedy motorized craft on the surface of the sea or a lake. It is also a great way to take in the scenery and really easy to learn!

03 – Kitesurfing

Kitesurfingby bertknot

Kitesurfingby bertknot

Kitesurfing combines wakeboarding, windsurfing, surfing, and paragliding. It uses the power of the wind to pull the rider across the water and to float the surfboard on water. It is is quite tricky but once a rider knows how to use the wind to his advantage, he/she will find himself addicted to it.

02 – Wake-Boarding

Wake-Boarding by VisualVoicePhotography

Wake-Boarding by VisualVoicePhotography

For all those unfamiliar with this new water sport, wakeboards are short, rigid surfboards with footstraps around the deck. Wakeboarders tow behind a speedboat just like a waterskier, however closer to the boat where they are able to ride and play endlessly around the small waves created by the boat’s wake.

01 – Power Boating

Power Boating by The Travelling Bum

Power Boating by The Travelling Bum

Powerboating provides speed, excitement, versatility and fun at the same time. It uses exciting, awesome power machines that require skill and knowledge to master, but give the opportunity for anyone to try. Nowadays, it is one of the most popular boating activities in the world. I think the most important reason for that is these boats can reach up to some pretty fast speeds, more than fast enough to get your adrenaline pumping.

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