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    PWC powered boat

    Can anyone point me in the right direction? I'm looking for a type of a boat that has a jet ski receiver in it so that the jet ski attaches and fits into it. From what I gathered, seadoo has been making them for years, and internet search yields the waveboat and the dockitjet, none of which I'm able to buy. Dealers say they've seen them but nobody can give me an answer as to where I might be able to get one (preferrably seattle area). Anyone know of such a boat, or maybe has one? Thanks.


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    Can't believe shuttlecraft wants 11 grand for their best model . The whole point of me getting something like this is to save a little money. Could buy two used jet boats for that price lol. Thanks tho.

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    and dont forget about how much of a strain that thing is gonna put on your jet pump

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    Seems like you would be better off towing a big ass inflatable.

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    And no reverse on the gpr either. Yep i'm gonna go for a http://www.ravesports.com/products/b...bles/ravenger/

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    look into you boating laws
    here you cannot tow more than your pwc can sit

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    Quote Originally Posted by vomitspot View Post
    look into you boating laws
    here you cannot tow more than your pwc can sit

    I'd be perfectly happy with myself and 2 women.

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