Murphys Waves: endless overhead rides

The artificial wave pool market is fired up, as Murphys Waves announces the construction of a large surfing wave facility at the Shanghai Water Park, in China.

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China is next man-made wave destination, showing the full potential ahead for the surfing industry. Wave riding is no longer a coastal sport. It will be a planetary outdoor activity, with swell being created almost everywhere.

Murphys Waves is already building their "Point Break Surf" system, in a 30-meter wide pool. The company promises "the world's largest waves at over 3.3 meters high". Overhead surf in the most populous country in the world.

This surf machine is a computer-controlled system capable of pumping left, right and point breaks with adjustable height, at the touch of a button.

The Murphys Waves concept can reach up to 50 meters of wave pool size. Discover the best surf pool and surf park models.

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