Regardless whether you're a beginner or more experienced, the waterskiing facility at the TRIOLAGO leisure park lake in Riol offers waterskiing and wakeboarding fun for everyone.
Golden rules for our boaters
Not only are the Mosel, Saar and Sauer rivers waterways but they also provide important habitats and food for many plant and animal species. The river banks are largely protected as invaluable natural environments.
You can ensure that this nature can be experienced for years to come through sustainability-oriented and considerate behaviour.
Please do not navigate through or near vegetation (e.g. reed beds and grasses) directly by the river shores or through oxbow lakes of the Mosel, as these are often breeding zones and spawning grounds, which are sensitive to disturbance. Groups should make sure that members stay together.
Avoid loud noises so as not to disturb the wildlife.
Specific jetties have been built along the Mosel, Saar and Sauer for boaters for (dis)embarking and rest-stop purposes. Please use these facilities exclusively for embarking/disembarking in order to protect other shore areas.
Please dispose of rubbish in the litter bins provided at the designated embarkation/disembarkation points or rest areas.
If you wish to stay over night, there are designated camping and caravan sites available as well as a wide variety of hotels, guesthouses and inns. Wild camping in the Mosel, Saar and Sauer valleys is strictly prohibited.
Please show consideration for anglers.
Please show consideration for other visitors. Ensure that all visitors are able to enjoy their time by, and on, the rivers Mosel, Saar and Sauer.
For your safety, please wear a life jacket.