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Old 04-11-2010, 07:08 PM
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Originally Posted by RickI View Post
Usually, the lifeguards like swimmers to stay closer shore, even less in higher waves. The buoys are an indication for watercraft to stay out of the swim zone in the case of Ft. Lauderdale. Different areas may have different buoys or none at all. Kiters should know what the rules are before they rig up and potentially ride into trouble. This is common knowledge among local riders and anyone who isn't deaf or blind to the lifeguards.

Okay, understood. Thanks. It is surprising that some people would do this on purpose. Hopefully someone can talk to them and they can reason.
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