One of Kent's newest sport parks has revealed a new county-first attraction.
Whitemills Wake Water and Aqua Parks in Sandwich is opening a 'cableway', a pulley-based stunt course that helps wakeboarders reach new heights.
Owner Wayne Cooper hailed the opening as "the chapter we are most excited about".
"It's really exciting, this is the first full cable of its kind in Kent so we have been looking forward to opening it," he told KentOnline.
"My sons have travelled all over the world and used these systems so it was always something we were really keen to bring here."
The aqua park opened on the corner of Ash Road and the A256 Sandwich Bypass on July 9.
It has inflatable climbing frames and slides in the centre of a lake which visitors can explore, as well as a range of activities such as open water swimming and stand-up paddle boarding.
There are also special sessions, such as ladies' mornings and a kids' club, as well as a lakeside restaurant.
The new addition has seen a network of cables established across the lake, supported by five or six towers.
A number of pulls are then suspended from the cables, with grab handles that wakeboarders can grab to pull them along.
The full cable, which was installed by Rixen Cableway, has been joined by new jumps, ramps and trick features in the water courtesy of UNIT Parktech.
Wakeboarders will be pulled up to speed and use the new jumps to reach new heights.
The new feature opens today, Wednesday, October 5, and will be open until at least December.
"We may well shut for January and February, but it really depends on how the weather behaves," explained Mr Cooper.
The park will be open from 12 noon until dusk on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, and from 10am until dusk on Saturdays and Sundays.
The latest development marks a new chapter in the park's short history, after it was forced to shut after being hit with an outbreak of norovirus.
When an infected person enters a pool, the virus is difficult to contain, with other swimmers inadvertently catching the illness.
When the 'mystery' illness was identified, the pool was given the all-clear to reopen after six days.