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Boat Smart

In this era where common courtesy and respectful discourse seem to be harder to find, the World Wake Association’s (WWA) very timely video reminding us that others may not enjoy the water the way we do is a good thing.  Access to water is becoming a hotter topic these days so reducing any unnecessary conflict and coexisting is in all of our best interest in the long run.

Be sure to also check out WWA’s website cool and exciting action videos related to the sport at


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