If you have done any snooping around on YouTube in the parkour section, you might be aware that there are some people out there completely lost their marbles. Their exhibition style displays take them to all new heights quite literally and take us along for the action with a conveniently placed camera.
This time, we fly along with someone who takes that journey to the top of a building on the Newport Harbor but instead of attempting to avoid a fall, he welcomes it with open arms and leaves our hearts jumping out of our chest with every second of it. This is some action!
This one is almost hard to watch as we look on when the man climbs up th129-footot tall building and without hesitation leaps off of it, showing that he has shed any and all fear of heights that may have existed in his body as he comes feet from hitting a boat dock and plunges into the water with a giant splash. As someone who is afraid of heights, watching this on screen is more than enough of an adrenaline rush for me.
Check out the video below as this adrenaline junkie brings his passion into the screen and attempts to share it with us all. We would definitely recommend that this be something that you should leave to the professionals but if you did find yourself in such a position, would you make the jump?
Fact is, it is harder to move a boat around in close quarters than it appears.
But there are tips on the net, and you can take a boating, on the water course.
One big problem today, is if you have the all important money—you can just buy it and drive it, even if you don’t know how.
NO ONE knows, until they are taught, but as much as I think there is too much government at time, in this case, we really should require both classroom and on the water training before issuing what does not yet exist–a license for boating.
I have seen guys ten times worse than this guy-hey, he didn’t hit anything, did he?
And some of those guy I have seen might kill you, all cause they had money, but 0.000 expertise.
And to the guy recording, you should have hopped on that boat with him and showed him.
Demonstration of CBP Air and Marine Open Ocean Chase of Suspect Vessel using 39′ Midnight Express Boat and 38′ Secure All-Around Flotation Equipped (SAFE) Boat.
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56′ Post Marine.. Ripley Light Marina, Charleston SC. “Pisces IV” docked in between 61′ Garlington “Rodeo” and 60′ Spencer “Chasin”.
I had a boat repair business years ago.
What shocked me were how many adults would buy boats like this and could not operate them.
I picked up one customer specifically because he spent 3 hours trying to get his boat back in the slip and could not do it. While I was a proficient sailboat guy, got his 56′ twin engine Motor yacht in within 5 minutes. He had owned the boat for 7 years.
Did not know how the “level things” worked to pivot boats. Hats off to the parents of this kid for giving him the helm times to master these skills. I wish this kid would teach half the owners in each marina the same skills.
A while ago we posted a video of a man successfully ghost riding his boat, for this guy… things did not go so well!
Imagine falling into the water and seeing your wakeboard boat drive away from you with no one on board, most likely to hit land in a short amount of time. When we came across this video we were simply mind blown. We know it probably sounded like a cool idea to this guy before he tried it, but we’re sure when he fell in the water that he felt like a complete moron.
A few people have stated that the video may be fake, but we definitely didn’t see anyone on board! Do you think there was someone hiding?