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Old    g10 (g10)      Join Date: Sep 2008       09-04-2008, 12:34 PM Reply   
To surf behind a keel drive? Also what if there was no swim platform on it?


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Old    Joey (somebodyelse5)      Join Date: Sep 2008       09-07-2008, 8:35 PM Reply   
how big of a boat is it? becuase if its a big honkin boat the wave will be farther back. like when you see those guys surf behind yachts and all.
Old    Mark Mapes (ruebentown)      Join Date: Sep 2008       09-08-2008, 7:31 AM Reply   
Looks like a shamrock keel drive. We surf behind a shamrock pilothouse 20, 2 550 sacks, one on each side of the pilothouse, filled with about 400#'s each. One 750 sack on the side being surfed, with about 500#'s in it. We run about 2350 -2450 rpm's. The 750 sack can be rolled side to side in about 5 seconds. The portside is Fantastic and the starboard side is very good, wake on both sides is very steep. I do have a swim platform, but as an experienced surfer, I would have no problem surfing it without the platform.

(Message edited by ruebentown on September 08, 2008)

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