When Borrowing Dad’s Boat Does Not Go As Planned… OUCH

The feeling of being able to get out on a body of water in a boat is certainly ...

The feeling of being able to get out on a body of water in a boat is certainly freeing. There’s just something about being in the open water and being able to have a good time that really sends a good vibe through your spine. However, when you’re on a boat, there are a lot of things to be careful about. For example, you don’t want to overload the machine because each and every vessel has a certain weight capacity. Let’s just say that if you exceed that capacity by too much, you could be having a pretty bad day that started off looking like a day filled with fun.

This time, we check out a situation that’s right down that lane as it looks like a group of partiers wanted to have a little bit of fun on a pontoon boat. However, it looks like they stacked this one a little bit fuller than the manufacturers probably would’ve recommended and it looks like they ended up having some trouble making their way through some choppy water. If there are two things that don’t mix, it’s definitely an overloaded boat and trying to pull a maneuver like this and I think that this driver learned that lesson the hard way as he nearly sunk it!

After looking at a situation like this one, you just have to be thankful that nobody got hurt because someone could’ve easily flown off of the boat and gotten seriously injured or worse. This is why it’s probably a good idea to take a look at all the safety notices before embarking on a journey like this one. Having fun is definitely a necessity of life but you don’t want it to come at the cost of something way more expensive than a tank of gas and a pontoon boat.


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