Barefoot waterskiing is waterskiing behind a watersports boat without the use of waterskis. This is often referred to as 'barefooting'.

To successfully barefoot waterski the skier has to travel at higher speeds than he/she does for waterskiing (30-45mph/50-70kmh).

Speed varies depending on the weight of the barefooter.

World Champion barefoot waterskier Keith St Onge provides instruction on how to barefoot waterski.

Come and learn with Nautique Sports in the beautiful Turks and Caicos Islands. Book a barefoot waterski lesson and prove that you can walk on water!