Wakeboarding and making videos go hand in hand. If you’re like most wakeboarders, when you’re not out riding a wake, you’re watching YouTube videos of people doing the same thing. Whether you want to show off your moves, entice friends to join you on the water or just capture memories to look back on, you’d probably like to make your own exciting wakeboarding videos.
You probably have your favorite wakeboarding lake, but sometimes it’s nice to have a change of scenery. If you’re ready to experience a new lake, here are 10 of the country’s best for wakeboarding. Lake Powell, Utah and Arizona – With 667 miles of shoreline, Lake Powell is the second-largest manmade reservoir in the U.S. It gets more than two million visitors each year, but
You’re not the only one who wants to ride on your boat: if you’re not careful, invasive species can hitch a ride on your boat and trailer from one body of water to another. While some invasive species are visible to the human eye, others are too small to be seen, so it’s important to clean and dry your boat after a day on the
THE COMFORTABLE, EXCITING AND STYLISH CROWNLINE 255 SUPER SPORT IS AN IDEAL BOAT FOR THOSE WHO ENJOY THE THRILL OF WATERSPORTS, LOUNGING UNDER THE SUN OR JUST HANGING OUT WITH FRIENDS. Loaded with impressive, high-quality features, the 255 SS is a vessel that enhances a day of fun on the water. Standard features include a Raymarine A65 Touchscreen MFD with gateway cable & engine information,
When you drive your Crownline boat over the water on a warm, sunny day, towing a friend on a wakeboard or zipping off to your favorite beach, you’re not thinking about science. But that ride you’re enjoying is born from some of the most cutting-edge science in the boating industry. Crownline’s patented F.A.S.T. TAB® Hull Design is more than just an attractive look for a
A boat's fuel economy is one of the biggest concerns among boaters. Yet, much of a boat’s fuel usage is dictated by a boater’s own behavior. BOATERS CAN DO MANY THINGS ON THEIR OWN TO CUT DOWN ON FUEL USAGE. HERE ARE A FEW OF THEM. Don’t idle. Boaters tend to spend a lot of time idling at the dock; this just wastes fuel.