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PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2002 9:38 pm 
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Check my videos out at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/kitesurfm ... 20Jumping/

They are not the best quality, because I had to use my digital camera, to film my video camera's LCD screen. These are old, we jump much higher now.

Any questions, just ask,
Andres Santacruz


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how much do these boats weigh?
and cost?

and how are they classified by law?


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Murdoc,
My boat is a 1995 prostar 205 mastercraft ski boat. I really don't know how much it weighs, a few tons probably, maybe you can see in http://www.mastercraft.com , and about the regulations, things aren't very regulated in Mexico, it's not ilegall or anything, if that is what you are asking. Why do you want to know? It costs something like $30,000 plus dollars.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 09, 2002 7:16 pm 
This is a great idea! Congradulations for coming up with something new to do with our kites.

I saw the guy in the other forum slam you - he's just another old, back-and-forth windsurfer that's pissed that the one sport he can do fizzled out on him ten years ago.

Bravo Mexico.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2002 10:21 am 
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sorry andres,
i thought about something different and couldn't DL the file ...

well, now i got it and can view it after work :wink:


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Hi Andres,

Just saw your video.
Looks crazy.
Are your doing this stuff because you don't have wind? :wink:
Where did you do it?

BTW we do these jumps without a boat.... :wink:

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Toby


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Hey toby,
Yes, we do this because there is not enough wind with the kite I have, so this is more fun. These videos are old, we can jump more than 10 meters now, with really long hangtimes. This is at the place I go most weekends, the lake, Valle de Bravo. I think I had told you about it, but I am not sure. I hope I can get some decent kitesurfing when I get my new warrior, kites, I'll get them as soon as I have some money. Anyway, hope you are having great winds, and I really envy you can do jumps like that on your board.

Andres Santacruz


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