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Range: 300 km. See the vids.


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I like how they thoughtfully added the in-tow holding tank feature. Very handy.
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I like how they thoughtfully added the in-tow holding tank feature. Very handy.
Oh... So that's what the big yellow hose is for...
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Since the range is 300km, someone might want to cross the North Sea at night. If so, would one need red and green lights on the buttocks?
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It would work great to climb the mast , and wash the boat at the same time .
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It would work great to climb the mast , and wash the boat at the same time .
That would be a hot wash from the back blast from the jets.
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