The speed at which you wakeboard at is between 15 to 25 MPH.
If you do the wakeboarding at a speed of below 15 MPH then it becomes harder so make sure to tow the wakeboarder at at least 15 MPH and don't go any faster than 25 MPH as it could become dangerous.
If you're just starting out learning Wakeboarding you should start at a speed of 15 MPH and then as you get better at wakeboarding you can increase the speed.
For most people wakeboarding is pretty easy to learn.
However some people may find it hard to learn wakeboarding but with enough practice you can learn wakeboarding pretty quick.
It took me about 6 months of practice to get really good at wakeboarding but my brother it took him a year but everyone is different.
Once you get the hang of it the skill of wakeboarding will usually stay with you.
When it comes to wakeboarding the wakeboarding water sport has a satisfyingly steep learning curve and depending on your confidence and previous board experience, you can be popping ollies and carving up a watery storm even on your first go.
So if you don't learn really quick just keep practicing and eventually you'll be a pro at wakeboarding.