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    Your longest journey??? How far???

    What has been your furthest trip riding on your ski?? Any really long journeys?


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    Longest journey.

    150 miles. Parker Dam to Harrah's Laughlin and back on my 94 Sea Doo Spx on a Fri. in May of 2004

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    On Lake Superior, Superior Wisconsin to Grand Portage Minnesota and back again.

    Just shy of 300 miles in little over a day

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    about 375 - 400 miles up and down the hudson around NYC all the way up north to albany and Troy... was 2 days of non-stop riding, few stops for food, and MANY stops for fuel, and a hotel stop obviously....

    went with about 10 other guys all on seadoo 4-strokes... had a total blast.

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    From England to France for checky couple of beers well cool coming back in the dark

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    Shibby next time u make that trip i am in troy, could meet u some where and show u around.

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    I always wanted to go to the bahamas. It is less than 60 miles from West Palm. I am a bit chicken and I dont think I would do it without a support boat.

    It's a lot of open water.

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    I went to atlantis bahamas and rode my ski there, omgsh the water was amazing it was so clear!!! u were like i dk 2ooyds out and u could c the bottom clearly, loved it

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    That would be a little scary not being able to see land... Especially if you were running out of fuel...

    That would have to be a spring trip...No way I would be out there during hurricane season.

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    i'd strap a fuel can to the back of my ski.... i've done that a couple times when i've gone riding to far locations by myself... i'm never worried about mechanical problems or bad weather or fog or storms... that's what a GPS and VHF radio is for.... the ONLY thing ever on my mind is how much further can i make it with this tank?

    PS... the ski keeps running even after the fuel alarm goes off 13 times

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