before pulling the rider up slowly idle forward until the line is tight accelerate to somewhere under 18 miles an hour for beginner riders there is no reason to go any faster drive the boat in a straight line and at a constant speed it helps to pick a spot on the horizon and aim right for keep your eye on the rider as much as you can make sure that someone else is communicating with you what's happening behind the boat when the rider Falls come to a stop right away do not turn around until you are back at idle speed it's good to use some common hand signals so that you can signal when you're ready to go want to go faster slower stop head right had left okay and you know Shaka brah

Wakeboard boat driving tips with Darin Shapiro and crew

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