TRULY NUTZ. He will crack up his boat or get killed or hurt bad if he keeps doing that.
I can't imagine how it survived the out of shape landing in the one pic.
I wonder how long it took him to pour what was left of that boat back on the trailer when he was done. Anybody want to buy a "lightly used" Baja? Folks like this guy give high performance boating a bad name.
BTW, since it's a single, it's gotta be the 272.
never thought about it but maybe he measured his boat with a metric " yard stick " LOL
I wonder if its photoshopped... Couple of them look fake/impossible to handle without a pretty serious wreck... Also, no pics with the boats and the surfers... Seems like it'd be easy to take some surf competition pics and throw an "airborn" boat in there here and there...
Those pics were taken last Sept about 5 miles from my house.
Surfing after a 60mph wind storm and a nutbar in a Baja.
I have seen the boat around but don't know the operator.
He's got balls though, but crazy without a helmet or jacket.
He is wearing floater suit though.
It's a 2000 272
Last edited by nsformula; 12-19-2010 at 05:23 PM.
You can't fix stupid!
Looks like fun. Not saying it is the smartest thing to do, but I bet he had some fun.
One thing to realize is with big waves you don't have to haul a$$ to get air like that.
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