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kles, and other bones. Do not jump wakes
● Do not operate the watercraft in rough wa-
ter, bad weather, or when visibility is poor;
this may lead to an accident causing injury
or death. Be alert to the possibility of ad-
verse weather. Take note of weather fore-
casts and the prevailing weather conditions
before setting out on your watercraft.
● As with any water sport, you should not op-
erate your watercraft without someone else
nearby. If you operate further than swim-
ming distance from shore, you should be
accompanied by another boat or watercraft,
but make sure you stay a safe distance
away. It’s good, common sense.
● Never operate in water that is less than 60
cm (2 ft) deep from the bottom of the water-
craft, otherwise you increase your chance
of hitting a submerged object, which could
result in injury.
● This watercraft is not equipped with lighting
required for night operation. Do not operate
the watercraft after sunset or before dawn,
otherwise you increase the risk of colliding
with another boat, which could result in se-
vere injury or death.
● Follow navigation rules, and state/provin-
cial and local laws that apply to watercraft.
60 cm (2 ft)
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