Kelly Slater plans to build the largest artificial wave.

The legendary surfer Kelly Slater plans to build an artificial wave, which claims to become the largest in the world. Kelly announced that he intends to build a wave in California in the Coachella Valley. Her company plans involve just modern technologies to create a complex. If everything goes according to plan, then surfers will be able to try a new artificial wave in 2021.

Slater is very excited about the upcoming work. In an interview, he said, that his artificial wave will be built in a unique design, and there is no analog anywhere in the world. He expresses hope that his project will become an example and more artificial waves will appear in the world.

It is planned that approximately $ 200 million will be spent on the construction of the wave. In addition to riding the wave, you can visit one of several restaurants, a private club, relax in a private resort, rent a room in a hotel or buy an apartment. If you are a sports fan, then you will get the opportunity to work out in the sports complex. But the artificial wave will be the basis of the complex. It is large enough to accommodate up to 25 surfers of different levels of training. The services of the complex can be used only by club members, hotel guests and residents of the complex.

It turns out that initially this 400-acre site in California was planned to build a golf course. But then the plans changed, and now preparatory work is underway for the construction of the wave complex.

The world of surfing lives on expectations to see this perfect and unique complex. Surfers look forward to the opportunity to try a new wave. After the initiation of the 11-time champion to support the project, many companies began to think about developing their projects for the construction of similar complexes for surfers. Time will show us they will be able to surpass the KSWaveCo project or not. Today we can just wait. But, we recommend you plan a visit to the complex with an artificial wave in 2021, it will be worth your time and money.


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