One hot summer weekend

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« on: August 14, 2018, 09:51:21 AM »
Hello everyone, my name is Gage. I am a 17 year old kid in socal, i grew up around boats hot rods ect. recently i bought my very own jet boat by myself. 1976 tahiti 460 bbf, berkley jet 12jc. i am for sure going out to the Avi with 3 buddys on the 24th. I was wondering if anyone would be willing to take me under there wing and show me the ropes and teach me some stuff at one hot summer weekend, just a young kid getting into the sport/hobby looking to learn. It would be greatly appreciated and an absolute honor to get so tips out at the river and stuff. Thank you,
                                                                            Gage Schneider


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« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2018, 12:07:26 PM »
Hey Gage
First off, Welcome to SCJB. Congrats on the new boat and getting it on your own. You are already ahead in the game by reaching out for guidance and willing to learn. Good job.
Make sure you got all your required safety equipment: life jacket for everyone in the boat, throwable cushion, fire extinguisher (charged and in date), oar, orange flag...
If you go to the front page and search new to jetboats, there’s been a few threads with some pointers as well.
Remember: jet boats need thrust to steer.
Always keep your head on a swivel and watch out for people passing you or turning right in front of you. Especially in front of the Avi.
Have you had your boat out yet?  If so how does it run? Any issues?

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