Originally Posted by Bert
Used to be inboards were slalom boats and the owners were skiers that liked flat water and drove to preserve that.
Wallys had I/O's and pulled tubes and drove in circles. Inboard boat builders went after that market with the big tuna boats like the ballasted wakeboard boats. Any kid with a steady job can qualify for the loans and the lakes are full of them. They were allways there but now they have inboards.
You hit the nail on the head with this explanation. Just las week we watched a BU 247 doing wallys, getting too close to other boats, standing up driving. Pretty much broke every rule in the book. All appeared to be mid to late 20's. They had no clue.