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    Personal Watercraft Safety

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    A personal watercraft is defined by the U.S. Coast Guard as a Class A inboard vessel, under 13 feet in length, powered by an inboard motor and a jet pump, that is designed to be operated by a person or persons standing, sitting, or kneeling on the craft rather than within the confines of a hull. What this means is that a personal watercraft is a small, unenclosed boat that is powered by an engine inside the vessel which pulls in water through a port in the bottom of the boat and expels it at high

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    Personal Watercrafts or "jet skis" are basically Personal Watercraft (PWC) are basically small inboard boats able to travel at high speeds due to large amounts of power and very light weight. Alomst all PWC's are under 600 lbs and most of todays PWC's have at least 90 hp.Not only are PWC's some of the fastest water vehicles they are also some of the most maneuverable water vehicles. This is because PWC's propultion is based on a jet that also is it's turning mechanism. When the driver turns the handlebars

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    Boating Fun

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    would like to offer some insight to the person who wonders why he can no longer speed around our waters with reckless abandon. There are many reasons to monitor "boating fun." The ecological reasons are numerous; irresponsible operation of motorized watercraft degrades our natural systems. For example, reckless boaters destroy seagrass beds, oyster beds and mangroves, which are vital nursery and feeding grounds for not only fish and birds, but are also essential to the existence of manatees, dolphins

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    The Book Flush Summary

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    Flush This takes place in the Florida Keys up to Miami. It is placed in modern day time. This story happens in the summer. This book is about a family whose dad is a tour guild. He used to work with a man name Dusty Muleman. He said that one day he was going to form a new business. He owned a casino boat that was parked in Indian Territory. He made a deal with the Indians that he could gamble on their waters and pay them a part of the profit. Since his ship the Coral Queen never left the dock

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    Hydrofoil History Although a hydrofoil is defined by the Columbia University Press as “a flat or curved finlike device, attached by struts to the hull of a watercraft that lifts the moving watercraft above the water's surface”, the word is often used in reference to the watercraft as a whole. Using the same principles as an airplane wing, the foil develops lift as it moves through the water, eventually raising the hull of the boat above the surface as it reaches higher speeds. Thus, the drag

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    lif of pi

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    Luxuries and laws, these are things that Piscine Patel didn’t have in his life for 227 days. Following a shipwreck in the Southern Pacific ocean, Piscine was stranded on a lifeboat with a Bengal tiger named Richard Parker. While traveling to Canada on a cargo ship with his family and father’s zoo animals from Pondicherry in India, their cargo ship full of zoo animals and Pi’s family was hit by an abrupt storm and the ship capsized. During the frantic search for a lifeboat, Pi discovered some of the

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    Once upon a time, in Manitowoc, WI, there was a ship that had been in WWII, and needless to say, it was more than something to be freaked out about. This ship was over 50 years old, it had algae all over the exterior of the ship. The metal on it was all rusted out, to put kindly, it was a mess. Rob Lawrence, a professional ship tourist was in the area to check this boat out, not only for the history of it, but for the supernatural disturbances he has been informed about. Rob and his partner, George

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    Titanic - Story

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    Titanic - Story Hello, my name is Richard Peterson, I am travelling first class, on the Titanic from Ireland, I am moving to New York because I want to make something out of my deep interest in motorcars. I am travelling with my Wife - Mary, Mum - Jean, and brother - John. On the evening of 11th April 1912 at about 11 O'clock I was having a cup of tea with my wife in our cabin when we felt a rather large shudder. We didn't think much of it at the time as we thought that is could have been anything

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    Boats and motorized watercraft are great for a fun day on the lake, but how fun are they for the diverse ecosystems living just beneath the hull of your boat? Boat exhaust and small traces of gasoline and oil are emitted into the waters when motorized watercraft are running. Boats have been shown to affect water clarity and can be a source of algal growth in aquatic ecosystems. The toxins emitted from boats can add chemicals to the water. Certain amounts of the fuel that is in motors is discharged

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    Water Sports: Nautique by Correct Craft

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    Introduction Today people all across the globe are interested in activities that are exciting and challenging but also relaxing and fun. This reason is exactly why going to the lake has become more popular than ever before. The water is a perfect getaway for almost everyone. Because the demand to be on the lake has grown, so has the demand for a quality, reliable boat. “In the history of any major industry, one name usually stands out as the driving force behind its’ very existence. In water sports

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