Q: Where is the 10,000 Lakes Open held at?
A: The competition is held on Long Lake
Q: What boat will we be riding behind?
A: 2013 Super Air Natique G23
Q: Can I ride surf and skim?
Q: How do I know what division? Surf or Skim?
A: Usually your equipment will determine your style, at least to a degree. Judges will determine if someone is in the incorrect division or class and make the heat scoring adjustments. Typically the Surf style classes will feature riders demonstrating Surf style arrangements, snaps, carves, ollies, aerials.
Q: When does registration close?
A: We are capping this year’s rider count at 75. The number of riders riding both classes may lower this number so get your forms to Casey now! (Link to registration)
Q: Can I bring my boat to watch from the water?
A: Yes, compliance with all city, county and coast guard rules enforced outside of the tournament is required. There is a boat launch on site.
Q: What if I’m late?
A: We will do our best to accommodate you, depending on where you were in place, how late you are you may still get to ride. You run the risk of losing your session, we advise you to attend the rider meetings and be on time!
Other questions: Casey.Smith@MarineMax.com