Where personal watercraft magazines have failed to do since the collapse of the last of the print titles (ie. Personal Watercraft Illustrated in 2010), is re-establish a social tone, a sense of style to the sport that was so prevalent during the 1980s and 1990s. The handful of print publications competing for supremacy had a task at hand, and that was to showcase the sport in the most attractive way possible. And as we reflect upon history, few did it better than Splash Magazine.

Helmed by Clark Emery, Splash not only provided readers with exciting event coverage but a litany of useful tech, trick tips, interviews with tuners, riders and developers, custom ski showcases and lots and lots of girls. To the layman, Splash made you feel like you were seriously missing out if you werenít part of the party. Itís easy to see why so many remember*Splash over any other title from those days.


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