Track is semi-circular plastic channel with a small amount of water running along it. Boats slide along the track, assisted by the flow of water.
Jet Skis loading platform is built on a lake.
Water flume track supported by box-section steel supports. Boats are propelled up slopes on rollers, and are then free to travel along the water channel at their own pace.
Concrete water channel. Boats are free to take their own course along the channel.
Water channel is supported by steel lattice supports. The large-capacity flat-bottomed boats are propelled up slopes on a conveyer belt, and are then guided along the water channel by guide-wheels under the hull.
Boat dock consists of wooden platforms built on a lake. Guide tracks can be built to limit where passengers steer the boats.
Water channel is supported by steel lattice supports. The raft boats are guided along the water channel by guide-wheels under the hull.
Track has steel running rails with cross bracing, and can additionally be constructed in water or river sections. Boats are held on the track by wheels above, below and outside the running rails.