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Old 12-03-2012, 07:20 PM   #48
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Originally Posted by Moonstruck View Post
GFC, short answer is yes-----but. . . . . I have ridden into inlets on the backs of waves many times. It takes plenty of power and much adjusting of throttles. You don't want to go over the face or get pooped. This is not always possible. When the ocean swells are opposing the current at an oblique angle, staying on the back of a wave can take you right into a jetty. That's when you try to correct by angling down the face of a wave, then do it all over again until in safe waters. It takes a lot of wheel turning and throttle adjustment. Lou hates that stuff.
you can put your bow under water with some hull designs by useing to much power. I know the go fast design of my searay would do this cause i did it........
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