Jet Boats – 10 Essential Things to Know

1 – Didn’t Someone Say That Water And Speed Was A Dangerous Mix?

Oh,right. That was us. Well, we weren’t kidding. Our first thoughtsrevolved around a wonderful picnic/camping trip along the shores of atranquil lake somewhere where you can rip it up with a few jet boats,some alcohol and a lot of poor judgment. Those are the times thatgood memories are made of. However, there happens to be a far moredangerous activity out there than our suggestion. It’s called theQuicksilver Water Speed Challenge. It’s held – where else? – inAustralia and is the most dangerous water race on Earth.

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13 Best Jet Boating Lakes in Colorado

Colorado is one of the best places in the world to live in. The place offers over 2000 water bodies including mountain lakes and reservoirs. Apart from the scenic beauty, the residents and visitors to the place are offered with a lot of outdoor activities such as boating, fishing, and kayaking. The Rocky Mountain and the other geographical features of the further add on to the list of adventure activities that one can do in the area.

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10 Best Jet Boat Lakes in Iowa

Rivers on both sides surround the state of Iowa. The state boasts of some of the most beautiful lakes in the nation known for their depth, length and widespread area. Some of them are natural while others are manmade. But they have one thing in common. When it comes to recreational activities, all lakes compete equally in the area whether they date back to the last ice age or if they were recently made during the last century. Some of the best lakes to enjoy in Iowa include:

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