The son of a water skiing pioneer has put the remainder of his family’s business at Loch Earn on the market for £1 million.
Angus Cameron’s father, Ewan, began developing the loch as a watersports destination in 1955, with the European water skiing championships taking place at Loch Earn in 1969.
Cameron has already sold a hotel and self-catering facilities and is has now put his chalet lodge development up for sale through Edinburgh-based property firm DJ Alexander.
Cameron said: “I don’t know what today’s health and safety people would have made of equipment back in the 1950s.
“Rather than wet suits, participants wore several layers of old woolly jumpers and life jackets were heavy and cumbersome, having been obtained from passenger and merchant ships being scrapped at Rosyth.”