Deb Andersen

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  • 1 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Deb Andersen › Citizen dive watch - large selection, fantastic prices!
  •   The prices of these watches are cut is so drastically on the Internet that the companies are not allowed to post the actual price on the website. So go to a jewlery shop to pick out your Citizen dive watch but buy the model of your choice on the Internet!

      About the author: Deb Andersen is the owner of http://www.water-sport-center.comwhich provides extensive information about Surfing, Water Skiing, Scuba, Kayaking and Kids Water Fun. Plus how to find your perfect water sport vacation. http://www.water-sport-center.com
  • 1 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Deb Andersen › Citizen dive watch - large selection, fantastic prices!
  •   These light powered quartz watches maintain a power reserve, so they run continuously. So the good thing is that if you wear a dive watch, you won't need to worry about it.

      Look for a 5 year warranty and make sure that the one you choose has the Water Resistance you need. Citizen offers various depths - from 100 to 200 meters.
  • 1 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Deb Andersen › Choosing your waterski rope.
  •   If you do more waterskiing on an occasional recreational basis than wakeboarding, a multi-purpose rope will do for both.

      The care of your rope: It is very important for the life and strength of your rope that you dry it off and coil it up carefully with out snags or knots when you finish using it so it will be ready for use the next time you ski. Remember that your ropes are synthetic and exposure to sun deteriorates these materials. Your waterski rope will last much longer if you keep them completely out of the sun between your skiing sessions.
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Deb Andersen › Boat towables come in all sizes and kids love them.
  •   Towing the multi-person Boat towables requires a heavy duty tow line as well as a heavy duty towing harness. Check the instructions that come with your boat towable so that you don't exceed weight requirements

      About the author:

      Deb Andersen is the owner of http://www.water-sport-center.comwhich provides extensive information about Surfing, Water Skiing, Scuba, Kayaking and Kids Water Fun. Plus how to find your perfect water sport vacation. http://www.water-sport-center.com
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Deb Andersen › Boat towables come in all sizes and kids love them.
  •   Towing Speeds

      The speed needs to be geared to the age of the riders.

      Age 5 to 11 - - -8 to 10 MPH

      Age 9 to 14 - - -10 to 15 MPH

      Age 13 to 16 - - - 13 to 20 MPH

      Along with age, ability is an important factor. This means the ability of not only the riders but the driver of the boat and the designated spotter. Everyone involved should be alert and sober, but the ultilmate responsibility for the safety of all the riders and even other boaters is on the driver. Therefore the driver should communicate the possibilities of problems and how to deal with them.
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Deb Andersen › Boat towables come in all sizes and kids love them.
  •   Want to have fun with your kids and their friends? Multi-Rider Boat towables are the answer. Companies making multi rider inflatable towables are: SportsStuff, Rave, Hot Dog, O'Brien, Connelly, AirHead, and Body Glove

      The names these companies give their towables are descriptive and amusing: Waketower , Gargantua , Hot Dog, Triton, Big Bertha, Rocketeer, Sea Sled, Waterbogan, and Banana Sled
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Deb Andersen › How to choose your wakeboard rope.
  •   Most wakeboard handles have a rope braid or a second, smaller handle grip built into the rope. Having another grip to hold on to gives the rider a stronger hold. Wakeboard handles usually have neoprene foam floats so they stay on top of the water.

      About the author:

      Deb Andersen is the owner of http://www.water-sport-center.comwhich provides extensive information about Surfing, Water Skiing, Scuba, Kayaking and Kids Water Fun. Plus how to find your perfect water sport vacation. http://www.water-sport-center.com
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Deb Andersen › How to choose your wakeboard rope.
  •   The handles for wakeboarding tend to be more specialized so that making aerial maneuvers or doing tricks become easier. Wakeboard handles generally have a wider grip, thirteen to fifteen inches as compared to the eleven to thirteen inches usual for waterski handles. It is much easier to pass the wider handle behind your back when performing tricks of that nature.
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Deb Andersen › How to choose your wakeboard rope.
  •   If you do both wakeboarding and waterskiing on a recreational basis a low-stretch rope will work well for you. It will have enough stretch for water skiing and enough stiffness to pull against when wakeboarding.

      Wakeboard ropes come in various lengths but average between sixty to seventy feet. There are wakeboard ropes of one piece with no length adjustment and some that offer multiple adjustment loops.
  • 2 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Deb Andersen › Nothing is more important to the beginning surfer than the r
  •   Watch and talk to good surfers, and watch videos (all levels). In my opinion, the best non-surfing activity is to watch surf videos. That subliminal power is very persuasive.

      About the author:

      Deb Andersen is the owner of http://www.water-sport-center.comwhich provides extensive information about Surfing, Water Skiing, Scuba, Kayaking and Kids Water Fun. Plus how to find your perfect water sport vacation. http://www.water-sport-center.com
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