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    Where/how to keep ski at lake for week

    So we're renting a house on a lake next week and taking three Yamaha sit-downs. Have only done day trips in the past and beach or tie skis to dock when not in use. Read the horror stories of skis sinking while tied up on water overnight. Do we have to trailer them at the end of every day or does someone have a relatively cheap short-term solution?
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    I have mine at the cottage tied to the dock without any problem for weeks at a time I also keep the cover on
    Last edited by tomcat_m; 06-28-2010 at 02:14 PM.

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    If your plugs are in the ski, it shouldn't sink sitting overnight. If it does, you have problems.

    OK, that is kind of an obvious statement. But you shouldn't have a leak like that in a well maintained ski.

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