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    I have a Shuttlecraft but I see getting a Waveboat oneday.

    I have a 97 Shuttle craft and love it. I just use it to take out and relax on. When I want to have fast fun I unhook the jet ski and off I go. You can also go out at night. This new desigen seems like a real step up.
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    http://www.sealver.com/waverunner/waveboat.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by macdoo View Post
    I have a 97 Shuttle craft and love it. I just use it to take out and relax on. When I want to have fast fun I unhook the jet ski and off I go. You can also go out at night. This new desigen seems like a real step up.
    Check it out:


    http://www.sealver.com/waverunner/waveboat.php
    Intersting idea....but why post it in the Polaris section? Do they make a version for Polaris skis?

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    I think any jst ski could fit in. Well maybe not a Honda. Looks like they took the took the idea from the shuttle craft sports deck and used it on their design. The reason for posting on Polaris section is they may not have seen it.

    See http://www.shuttlecraft.com/video.htm

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    I guess this is one way to get around the 'legalities' of towing a skiier with a 2 seater. As long as there is enough power to move the boat and get a skiier out of the water!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkindt View Post
    I guess this is one way to get around the 'legalities' of towing a skiier with a 2 seater. As long as there is enough power to move the boat and get a skiier out of the water!

    Generally, if you have mirrors you can tow a skier with a 2-seater. It varries by state, but this has been pretty consistant in the places I've lived.

    As a general rule, the total number of passengers either riding or being pulled can't be greater than the total capacity of the craft.

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    More states require an actual observer than not; a mirror won't cut it.

    Here's a nice place to look up state laws easily...

    http://www.uscgboating.org/state_boating_laws.aspx

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