what if you had another boat drive directly in front of the tow boat so the wake connect at a 90 degree angle withc will make a sick double up good idea or bad has anyone done it tell me if i explaned it wrong or something
It called a gift Double Up. It works just like a regular on except the wake might be smaller or larger than normal. The guys at the Wakeboard Camp throw a double up for each other each time thy pass going head on, its pretty cool.
Now if you are talking about getting two boats next to each other & riding the spine, that is all together different. It is also a ton of fun!!
Funny.... We were thinking of this a while back. If you had a lead boat they could drive the dubs back and forth while the other boat drives straight. It'd trash whatever water you were riding on, but it'd be cool to be able to go back and forth and hit dubs.
You better make sure you get the timing right, though. Running the two boats into eachother wouldn't go over too well.
If you watch Hit It, you'll see the riding boat and trail boat doing that way back in the day (I believe the section that was filmed from shore or paraglider). I've also seen/done several where you're on a busy lake, your driver T's you off to an approaching boat wake, and you get a freebie dub if you hit it right...
This happened to me last year. As we were driving past the boat launch another boat crossed our path and was driving slow so the rollers were huge and i decided to give it a shot and it ended up being just like a normal d-up just way more convenient than having to drive one.
just do a tripple up. your not goin to get any bigger than that. a tripple up is just a double up but you put a kink in the boat path so when you come back through it the rollers come together more and the ramp can be over head high if done right. you think a double up boots you try a tripple. the most insane feeling in wakeboarding youll ever get.