WhiteWater, a global leader in the design and manufacture of waterpark attractions, has launched Endless Surf, powerful inland wave technology.  The Endless Surf wave has been selected to be installed in the 250m euro development at La Vague Grand Paris.

The pool technology features efficient and customisable waves, generated by WhiteWater’s four decade-long expertise in aquatic engineering and experience design.

Endless Surf comprises of a heart-shaped pool that is scalable in size. The pool boasts a 1,000 ft. width and a five-acre pool, which can provide an end-to-end surf lasting 26 seconds. The operator can control the wave pattern in real-time based on session requirements and the number of guests in the pool via patent protected proprietary programming accessed through a Wave Doctor interface.

Endless Surf can also run multiple wave types simultaneously enabling beginners, intermediates, and experts to surf at the same time, bringing welcome flexibility to operators.

Geoff Chutter, WhiteWater’s CEO, spoke about the new creation: “WhiteWater made its first surf pool, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, in 1989. With Endless Surf, we introduce the next generation of surf pool technology. Our goal is to make the world’s best man-made wave, creating an authentic surf experience that enables tens of thousands to discover the thrill of surfing for the first time.

Paul Chutter, chief business development Officer of WhiteWater, added: “Our reliable pneumatic technology creates endless rolling sets, designed for operational success; being flexible, high capacity, and above all else, safe.”