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alexair 06-13-2012 12:54 AM

Malibu full enclosure
 
Boat from Arizona. I don't know what is a motive for this guy to do this tent. Maybe he is out of wakeboarding? Found on FB
http://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphot...3_968392_n.jpg

LightningRon 06-13-2012 3:52 AM

That's an expensive camper.

silvermustang35 06-13-2012 5:51 AM

If I remember right, it was because the guy rode alot in winter. I wonder how fumes would be though. I like the idea of full cabin enclosure, but dont know if you could even pull a rider from the tower, let alone see them. Cool thought, but not sure on functionality.

shredthagnar 06-13-2012 6:13 AM

If it had a slant in the back I bet it would tow a rider just fine. I love this. You can combine ur rent and boat payment into one

idaho_hillbilly 06-13-2012 6:50 AM

You can take the Hillybilly out of the backwoods, but you can't take the Hillybilly out of him!

kirk 06-13-2012 7:50 AM

I think it would be great for our PNW winters. Crank up the heat and ride all day.
This boat is out of Portland and they ride all year round. I think this one would be a little easier to ride behind off the tower.

http://i137.photobucket.com/albums/q..._2408883_n.jpg

dougr 06-13-2012 8:06 AM

its a rainy day option, i have seen a lot of "camper" style setups just for guys who want to get out on rainy days. we get a lot of rain in pgh pa, so i could see having it for those extended weekend trips where you just dont want to get rained out.

stang_killa_ss 06-13-2012 8:24 AM

remember when towing a rider the ass of the boat is lower than the bow by 1-2 feet. i bet it clears no problem.

jarrod 06-13-2012 8:44 AM

weird looking, but when I used to ride a lot in the winter, I dreamed of setups like these. Very cool.

06-13-2012 9:01 AM

to be honest i think that would be killer!! Here in South dakota our season is only about 4 months, 5 if you have a drysuit. This would easily add a minimum of 1 month maybe 2 to our boating/surfing season! (if you had a heater that is)

slipknot 06-13-2012 9:55 AM

with a heater in the winter that thing would be blazin.

This is ok, this weekend I saw a 2005 Super Air Nautique without a tower:banghead:

06-13-2012 10:01 AM

Would be great for our winters down here in FL. We crank the heaters in all the boats when we're out & have to layer up:)

hatepain 06-13-2012 10:18 AM

^^^Blow it out your ass :)

juniorhawk 06-13-2012 11:35 AM

I don't think having that option is a bad idea at all. I am not, even for a moment, going to knock this.

getssum 06-13-2012 11:40 AM

That 2nd one looks great! It would be nice to get some winter riding in and not freeze your ass off..

ian_ashton 06-13-2012 4:25 PM

I love it! If I had that I'd never have to go home!

501s 06-13-2012 6:15 PM

People who would like this:
- Anyone in Canada
- Those with kids
- People who like to fish from their wake boats

I actually think it's kind of cool as well.

06-13-2012 9:02 PM

^^^theres nothing wrong with fishing off a wakeboat as shown here off a 230:)

http://img.tapatalk.com/a6937b0f-5443-60a0.jpg

wakeboardingdad 06-13-2012 9:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by getssum (Post 1759683)
That 2nd one looks great! It would be nice to get some winter riding in and not freeze your ass off..

Agreed.


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