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PUAAS

Pertubuhan Urusan Aktiviti Air Semalaysia

About Us

“TO PROMOTE AND PROTECT”

Pertubuhan Urusan Aktiviti Air Semalaysia (PUAAS) is the water sports industry’s, leading advocate, known for preserving the vitality of our activities long into the future. As a Organization, we develop best practices, maintain waterway access rights, educate participants, promote safety, events and facilitate sustainable industry growth.

Mission

To promote and protect all water sports activity.

Vision

The nonprofit organization (PUAAS) is the leading advocate for the water sports industry. We develops best practices, maintains waterway access rights, educates participants, organizing activities and events, promotes safety, and facilitates sustainable industry growth.

Services​

Now our Team are working to support our members with the new services designed for any level of members as following:

1 – COOPERATION WITH GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE AGENCY IN IMPLEMENTING SPECIAL POLICIES INVOLVING THIS PROFESSIONAL FIELD
2 – CREATING AND ORGANIZING STUDIES, TRAINING, ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS ON ASPECTS RELATED TO THIS PROFESSIONAL FIELD
3 – ISSUING AND DISSEMINATING INFORMATION RELATED TO THE ISSUES OF THIS PROFESSIONAL FIELD
4 – INCREASING THE LEVEL OF PROFESSIONALISM AMONG MEMBERS
5 – BUILDING AND BOOSTING THE IDENTITY OF MEMBERS
6 – UPGRADING WATER SPORTS ACTIVITIES TO INTERNATIONAL LEVEL 
7 – PROMOTING WATER SPORTS ACTIVITIES IN MALAYSIA TO THE INTERNATIONAL LEVEL WITH THE PURPOSE OF GIVING HEALTHY COMPETITION TO COUNTRIES THAT HAVE THE SAME WATER SPORTS ACTIVITIES
8 – UPGRADING AND COORDINATING WATER SPORTS ACTIVITIES THROUGH TOURISM ACTIVITIES

Mission

Vision

Water Sports Activities

Jet Skiing

Jet skiing is basically racing over a body of water on a one-man watercraft machine. Fancy stunts and tricks, like flipping and jumping over a ramp, can be done with freestyle jet skiing. Competitive racing is also done between 10-20 racers over a set course. Though it is yet to be recognized as an Olympic event, it was included in the Asian Beach Games recently.

Kayak

This water sport, where a small boat called a kayak is used to move across water, can be done in white water rivers, seas, or lakes, for different purposes, such as recreation, expedition, touring, adventure, or competitive purposes. Kayaking through rapids and whitewater is dangerous and needs years of practice to master. Kayaking is a part of the Olympics, and is one of the fastest growing outdoor activities.

Wind Surfing

The radical technique of surfing, combined with sailing know-how and skill, is what windsurfing is all about. The equipment used here is a surfboard with a sail fixed on a movable mast. The windsurfer has to move with the waves to control the board, and at the same time manage the sail according to the winds. This is a surface water sport, and there are a lot of competitions, both local and international, as well as an Olympic event for this sport.

Parasailing

A parasail is a parachute that is specially designed to be towed behind a boat. You can enjoy a breathtaking view of the water and horizon with a fun-filled ride. Commercial parasailing operations are held all over the world, and there are many parasailing associations that govern the sport held for the game as well.

Flyboarding

A Flyboard is a brand of hydroflighting device which supplies propulsion to drive the Flyboard into the air to perform a sport known as hydroflying. A Flyboard rider stands on a board connected by a long hose to a watercraft. Water is forced under pressure to a pair of boots with jet nozzles underneath which provide thrust for the rider to fly up to 22 m (72 ft) in the air or to dive headlong through the water down as far as one is willing to go.

Water Rafting

Thrill-seekers and extreme sports aficionados treasure this action-packed water sport. An inflatable raft must be maneuvered over rather rough or dangerous water by a team of around 4-12 people. This sport is a famous leisure sport, an ideal vacation sport, and depending on the location and water current speed, slightly dangerous. It is more fun during the rains when the river current is at its peak.

Rowing

Rowing is a sport in which athletes compete in boats on rivers, lakes, or the ocean, depending on the type of race. The force of the athletes on the oar blades of the boat while rowing, work against the water forces to propel the boat forward. It is played for both competitive and recreational purposes, and is one of the oldest sports to be included in the Olympics.

Scuba Diving

It is a type of underwater diving using a scuba set – that generally consists of an air hose, mouthpiece, regulator, harness, back plate, and an air tank – to breathe underwater. Scuba diving is very popular, and undertaken for many reasons that include recreational, scientific, commercial, professional, or public service.

SUP

Stand up paddle is riding a surfboard. There are different types of SUP that depend on the length of the surfboard, the style of riding. Balance plays a critical role in maintaining the posture on the various equipment that can be used for surfing. These include surfboards, surf mats, long-boards, stand up paddle boards.

Surfing

Surfing is riding a surfboard on the forward face of a wave, which mostly carries you towards the shore. There are different types of surfing that depend on the length of the surfboard, its design, the form of the wave that is ridden, and the style of riding. Balance plays a critical role in maintaining the posture on the various equipment that can be used for surfing.

Wake Boarding

Imagine surfing while being towed along by a high-speed boat. That’s wakeboarding in a nutshell. The board here is a specifically designed board with fins and weights, to allow the rider to manipulate it with his/her feet. This sport is partially inspired by snowboarding, and is often performed in smaller water bodies like lakes. World Wakeboard Championships are held for wakeboarding, and it has been a part of the X Games and World Games as well.

Kite Surfing

Kitesurfing uses a small surfboard or wakeboard which is pulled by a kite. You will need to go through some training in order to understand the movement and direction control of the kite. There are a few rules and regulations to follow. If you stick to them, this is a sport which is fun-filled and you will thoroughly enjoy it.