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Whether you are the person driving the boat or the person being towed behind it, the ability to communicate with one another is a key factor to staying safe while water skiing, wakeboarding, or doing any other boating-related sport. Trying to yell is the method that many people will attempt to use, but the problem is that it is extremely difficult to hear what another person is saying, especially if they are 70 feet from you and there’s a boat motor running between the two of you. So what’s the best way to communicate?...Read More
Someone wants to Water Ski, another wants to Wakeboard and the kids want to go Tubing. You have all the equipment and you’re ready for a long day on the lake. In order to get the best out of the sport, here’s a recommended list of the speed the boat should be going. A good, average speed is about 25 mph but that can vary depending on the type of water skiing being done. For instance, if there is a single water skier behind the boat who is doing some slalom skiing (weaving between buoys as the boat drives straight) then you have a lot of room for speeding. 20-35 mph will work just fine...Read More