Temperature of water: --o C

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Tips

Start on 2 skis
1. Wet the bindings and your feet. Place the skis snugly on your feet. A good fit is important. 2. Plunge into water. Place the rope between the skis. Knees should be bent, arms go around the knees, both palms facing down. Keep the skis about shoulder width apart, towards the boat, with at least 6-12 inches (15-30 cm) of ski above the water. 3. As the boat begins to move, keep your knees at...

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Start on mono ski
We suggest 2 options what to do with your rear leg: a) extend it out behind you and use as a stabilizer; b) from very beginning put the foot in the rear binding. 1. Bend the front leg completely, with the knee touching the chest. 2. Place the rope on the inside of the ski. Front of the ski should be 7-12 inches (20 – 30 cm) above the water. 3. Keep arms straight and low, place the body...

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Safety rules
1. Always wear a floatation device that fits properly and will not slip off. 2. Do not ski and do not swim if you have used alcohol or drugs. 3. Give the signal to start only after the driver has removed the slack from the rope and you are ready. 4. Never put any part of your body through the handle and do not wrap the line around you in any way. 5. Never ride in shallow water or in an area where...

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Signs in water sport
Speed Up ! Speed Down ! Speed is O. K. ! Turn around ! Home ! I’m O. K. ! (after a fall)

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Recommendations
Safety Guidelines by Brad Scott. These guidelines are not intended to be comprehensive, but rather a reminder of a few key ideas to make your day on the water safe and enjoyable. Most of this suits also to wakeboard and water-ski activities. Drivers Always shut off the engine when people are getting into the water or into the boat. Always ensure the skier and rope is clear...

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