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Old 07-18-2017, 12:55 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Winnisquamer View Post
This is performed behind V drives or inboards.. Very unlikely to hit the prop, actually probably safer than tubing, skiing etc due to the low speed, biggest concern is CO poisoning.
also the inboard prop is located a at least a foot or more forward of the stern of the hull (not the swim platform) and if you fell forward the boat would not be where you fell
danger is the driver abruptly stopping the boat with someone riding the wake right there behind the boat as you could run into the back of the boat causing injury or getting caught under the swim platform. spotter or someone needs to tell the person to bail if an abrupt stop is needed
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