What NOT To Do When Running Your Boat Under A Bridge
By: Joseph Simonds on February 25, 2020
Yes, boats are incredibly fun, but they can also be quite dangerous if you’re not careful, especially when boating around bridges…
There are concrete pilings under bridges, usually lots of current, and there can also be other boats, jet skis, and even divers around them.
If you want to see what one of the most dangerous things you can do under bridges is (and how it is easily avoided), watch the video below…
Don’t Do THIS When Boating Under A Bridge [VIDEO]
With all the potential risks and virtually no reward, there’s no need to go under a bridge on plane.
It’s better to take it safe and idle under the bridges in case irresponsible boaters or jet skiers fly by, or there are divers diving without a flag.
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