To have a Fun a safe day with your PWC Follow these simple steps 1.Put on blindfold 2.Proceed to get a fellow PWC operator to tie your hands behind your back 3.Drink at least 7 alcoholic beverages 4.Tie small children… Full Answer
NO! Nothing could be further from the truth! If a child is too small to sit in the seat with both feet touching the deck and hold onto the driver or handholds, they should not be on a PWC! In… Full Answer
Firstly avoid any crash or accident, but the powerboat pilot is the one to lawfully yield the right of way to vessels under sail power. Sailboats lack the maneuverability to stop in the same manner as a power craft.
The operator of a PWC equipped with a lanyard-type ignition safety switch must attach the lanyard to his or her personal clothing. This is a safety measure to stop the PWC if the person falls from the watercraft.