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Old     (evil_e)      Join Date: May 2004       07-05-2005, 10:04 AM Reply   
So I surfed the biggest wakesurf wave I've ever seen this weekend...bigger than a Centurion Enzo with 2000 lbs in the corner, bigger than any Malibu, Nautique, or Mastercraft, bigger than anything my SSV could ever hope to put out. We surfed behind a Searay Sundancer 340, it's a little over 37 feet with the platform, has a 12 foot beam, and weighs over 18,000 lbs fully loaded. Once we got the speed dialed in and the boat turning slightly to the left in a very large circle, the wave was fricken massive! If I got all the way down into the trough, the wave behind me was higher than my shoulders, almost at eye level. It was so big and wide and long that I could go about 5 feet out to the side and then surf all the way back up the side of the wave, it was unbelievable. We got some video footage, it was taken from inside the boat, but I think you'd be able to get a better idea of just how big it actually was if we took the video from the platform. I'll post the video when I get a chance. If you happen to know anyone with this boat or something with similar dimensions, get them to let you surf behind it, you won't believe the wave...it's like it was designed for surfing!

 
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