Nautique Signs with Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada

Orlando, Florida - As part of its continued support for the growth of towed watersports in Canada, Nautique has signed a multi-year agreement with Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada (WSWC). Nautique will be the exclusive official towboat and presenting sponsor of the 2010 and 2011 Canadian Water Ski and Wakeboard Championships.

Competitors at the Canadian Wakeboard Championships will ride behind the legendary Super Air Nautique 230 that creates the industry’s best wake. Medal-vying skiers at the Canadian Water Ski Championships will be towed through the slalom, trick, and jump courses by the revolutionary Ski Nautique 200.

“We are extremely excited to continue our longstanding partnership with WSWC and provide the highest quality boats for the Canadian Championships,” stated Nautique President/CEO Bill Yeargin. “We look forward to continuing our support in growing and promoting towed water sports in Canada,” Yeargin added.

“We are delighted to continue our long term partnership with the good people and product of Correct Craft,” said WSWC Executive Director, Dan Wolfenden. “This agreement ensures that our championship competitors receive the highest standard in towboats. The financial investment enables us to stage quality championships and to help develop and grow the sport in Canada.”

With over 31,000 registered members, Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada is the recognized national sports organization for waters skiing, wakeboarding and other organized towed watersports. Canada’s record of success on the world stage is nothing short of impressive: 47 world championships gold medals, 122 total medals in the world championships, and 27 Pan Am Games medals since 1995.

Celebrating 85 years of excellence in the marine industry, Correct Craft, Inc. is the producer of the Nautique line of boats. The manufacturer of Nautique is known for delivering superior quality product, cutting-edge technology and exceptional service experiences. To see the complete line of Nautique boats, visit