a wonder the person who patented boatless water skiing isn't
a millionaire. "Skiing" requires the person to push himself
or herself along the water with sticks that resemble ski poles, with
a buoyant end, enabling "the skier to ski for longer distances
on the water."
Capt. Bill Pike recently returned from an extensive test of the Bertram 35. The first boat built under new ownership, this build has a lot riding on it. Get Bill’s first take here with a teaser of things to come on image 15.
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