Water Skiing

BA-28 which is a recommended water-skiing safety practice?

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Curtis Strite
2020-07-14 14:09:35
2020-07-14 14:09:35

After a fall, a skier should always signal to the observer that he or she is okay by holding both arms together above the head. Using these signals will help to ensure the safety of the skier and of others. Then holding up a ski after falling so that other boaters can easily see the skier in the water.

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