Allow no one who can not swim to water ski. Ski-
ers must wear a USCG approved floatation device.
AType III water-ski vest is an approved and practi-
Have a second person aboard to observe the skier
and inform the driver about the skier’s hand sig-
nals (Figure B15). The driver must give full atten-
tion to operating the boat and the waters ahead.
Give immediate attention to a fallen skier. Be care-
ful not to swamp the boat while taking the skier on
Always participate in water sports in safe areas.
Stay away from other boats, beaches, swimmers,
and heavily traveled waterways.
Be considerate of others you share the water with.
Give immediate attention to a person who has
fallen. He or she is vulnerable in the water alone
and may not be seen by other boaters.
Approach a person in the water from the lee side
(opposite the direction of the wind). Stop the mo-
tor at least a boat length from the person.
Turn off engine and anchor your boat before swim-
Rotating propeller can cut or sever causing se-
rious injury or death. Switch engine off before
skiers enter the water and before taking skiers
aboard. Do not leave engine running in neu-
tral. Accidently engaging shift can seriously
Do not water ski between sunset and sunrise. It is
illegal in most states.
For more information about water skiing, please con-
tact theAmerican Water SkiAssociation, 799 Overlook
Drive, Winter Haven, FL. 33884 or call 1-800-533-2972.
Funship™ Owner’s Manual
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|Model Year||2003, 2004, 2005|
|Document Type||Owner's Manual|
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