Twin jet drive 5.8m Carson Oil Platform rescue rib.
3D dI 07 Seadoo
Hi and welcome to the forum.
Im over in England and ride my ski in the North Sea.
Its cold most of the time but us hardened Skiers dont let that stop us having fun.
We get some variable Sea conditions out there. Where it can be flat and smooth then it can become very choppy. Then theres the waves that appear from nowhere and can break right on the shore line.
So we have various conditions to try out on, but its salt water not fresh.
I dont think I'll get the chance to try out in fresh water.
But im off too Ontario on my birthday so I might get to try it out then.
1997 Challenger, 1997 GTX , 1991 SP and a shop with 2 spare 787cc's and a bunch of parts laying arou
Best in the south!
I leave my home from Perch creek ride into Dog river for some good smooth riding, taking the S turns while pulling my kids on their tube. Then I head out into the west side of Mobile Bay, where the water can be as smooth as glass one minute, then 2 ft. seas the next. I've only made the venture down the westen side of Mobile Bay one time to Dauphin Island, which is on the northern end of the Gulf of Mexico. Their, I don't care what you ride, most of the time you get beat up pretty bad.
I used to do a lot of water sking on a river when I lived in Brandenton....years ago, when I could barefoot...the Ali Fi river I think. Used to go out into the bay....lots of shallow water out there and fast boats!
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