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    Phil
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    Mad Conditions at Sea - Bridlington, Yorkshire, England, UK -01/04/2011.

    Went out to Sea at Brid in England on Sunday and the waves were massive! In all honesty the conditions were a bit mad, good for wave jumping but got thrown off once and then flipped the ski. Was hard to get it back over in the waves and it was under for a while, it filled to the top with water. Luckily it didnt suck any water in the engine and is still working! Think I prefer it flat until I got used to it more Whats everyone else prefer?


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    I enjoy both. Generally where I ride its always a 1-2 foot chop, its never "flat". The waves here are hard to jump too, its not like the ocean where there are nice breaks in the waves. But when its flat, if I wanna jump some waves ill just go hang out by the channel waiting for some large boats or yachts to come out and ill just chase them for a bit

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    Phil
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    Sounds good, I would like to Jet Ski in America. I assume its massive over there? Its not that big in the UK.

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