See the sights of the Gold Coast from the sea and air on this combo helicopter flight and jet boat ride package. Jump aboard a powerful Gold Coast jet boat for an adrenalin-packed 55-minute ride, full of 360-degree spins, slides and shallow-water skimming before taking to the sky on a blood-pumping 10-minute helicopter flight over the Gold Coast!
Embark on a whole day adventure in Mactan Island Cebu starting with parasailing, jet-ski and banana boat ride. While parasailing, get an exhilarating 360 degree view of Mactan Cebu and surrounding islands from up to 150 feet in the air! Then experience the rush skimming over the waters on the Jet Ski Tour and Banana Boat ride. Lunch follows at Nalusuan Island, where you can also swim and snorkel in the marine sanctuary, go fish feeding, or simply relax on the beach.
You will soar up to 600 feet, depending on wind and water conditions. Enjoy Land’s End, the Arch, Lovers’ Beach, and the entire Cabo shoreline – all from a bird´s-eye view.When you’re done, your boat staff will bring you back to where you started: dry and sitting down on the back of the boat deck. But you also have the option of skimming the water during your flight.Cabo San Lucas weather is blessed with nearly year-round sunshine. The great weather provides near-perfect conditions, with clear blue skies, warm temperatures, and light winds. There’s no better way to see Cabo San Lucas than from the air! And don´t forget your camera to record your memories and prove to your friends that you really did it.
Go Orange offers you an electric ride. Filled with speed, thrills and even more of those famous 360 degree spins. Hold on as we race faster than ever before down Lake Wakatipu. We will get you up close and personal with the lakes edge, skimming past trees and any obstacles in our way and be sure to hold on to your hats as we navigate under not one, but two bridges at speed.Great for families, we can take as young as two years old! Our experience is champion in the jet boat game and we can’t wait to give you the ride of your life.
WaterskiingSpeed through the water behind a fast motorboat? Join us and have lots of fun in the water! If you are a beginner our instructor will teach you the skills you need to get up and going. The more experienced waterskiers can show off their slaloms, jumps, and trick riding skills during this 20 minutes blast! WaterskiingGet pulled behind a fast boat on waterski's, skimming the surface! WakeboardingGet thrilled on a different way to ride over water; on a buoyant wakeboard while being pulled behind our fast motorboat!KneeboardingGet towed on a buoyant, convex, and hydrodynamically shaped kneeboard at a planing speed behind our motorboat! Sit on your heels on the board, secured to the deck with an adjustable strap over your thighs!
Look at Life was a regular series of short documentary films produced between 1959 and 1969 by the Special Features Division of the Rank Organisation and screened in their Odeon and Gaumont cinemas – replacing the circuit’s newsreel, Universal News, which had become largely irrelevant with the advent of television news broadcasts. Marvellously concise and beautifully shot, these ‘slice of life’ colour featurettes – numbering over 500 episodes in total – presented cinemagoers with varied aspects of contemporary British life, and among the documentaries included here are several that vividly capture the vibrancy and optimism of the Swinging Sixties. Digitally restored from the original film elements, this release compiles 54 memorable films which offer a fascinating snapshot of transport in 1960s Britain, with many unseen since their first screening. Ticket to Tokyo [April 1959], Letting Off Steam [May 1959], New Roads for Old [May 1959], Flight on a Cushion [August 1959], Talking of Coaches... [August 1959], Alpine Rescue [October 1959], Shopping for a ‘Queen’ [October 1959], Sailing the Sky [November 1959], Driving Test [December 1959], Shape of a Ship [January 1960], Air Hostess [February 1960], Taxi! Taxi!! [March 1960], All Through the Night [April 1960], Over and Under [April 1960], Horse-power Riders [July 1960], Eyes of the Law [March 1962], Scooter Commuter [April 1962], Sea Horses [May 1962], So They All Hover Now [September 1962], The Village Sleeps Again [September 1962], Birdmen [January 1963], Draw the Fires [April 1963] , The Car Has Wings [June 1963], Vintage Models [June 1963], Pilot Aboard [July 1963], Where No Tide Flows [August 1963], High, Wide and Faster [November 1963], Oil Aboard [December 1963], Report on a River [December 1963], Europe Grows Together [December 1963], Turn of the Wheel [April 1964], City of the Air [May 1964], Behind the Ton-Up Boys [August 1964], Going Places Under Water [August 1964], Living with Cars [November 1964], Flying to Work [December 1964], The Spirit of Brooklands [February 1965], Weather Adviser [April 1965], What Price Safety? [May 1965] , Down in the Dumps [September 1965], Cats of the Sea [November 1965], Breaking the Ice [March 1966], Skimming Through the Sixties [December 1966] The Big Take-Off [December 1966] Lighter Than Air [March 1967] Just an Accident [May 1967] Scrambling for It [May 1967] The Straits of Dover [June 1967] Where Do You Leave the Boat? [August 1967] Pushing the Bike [October 1967] Playing Trains [December 1967] The City’s For Living In [September 1968] All in a Day’s Work [March 1969] A Load of Pheasants [March 1969]
Book three of Christine Kling's Seychelle Sullivan series is loosely based on the real South Florida murder of Greek immigrant tycoon Gus Boolis, once the owner of South Florida's Sun Cruz Casino gambling boats. In Seychelle's new caper, she may just be in over her head when murder and corruption come bobbing to the surface. Since kindergarten, Seychelle and her best friend, Molly, had been as close as sisters. Molly even dated Seychelle's brother. But it all ended suddenly when Nick Pontus, a slick, older, up-and-coming entrepreneur, came along. A smitten Molly quit school, married her new beau, and never spoke to Seychelle again. After 30 years, it still stings. Seychelle didn't see the sniper who picked Nick off at the helm of his yacht, but she knows that there are plenty of people in South Florida who wanted to see the gambling-boat tycoon dead: the Russian mobsters looking for a piece of his casino action, the Indian gamers who resent his competition, and the ecological activists fighting his plans to develop Fort Lauderdale's waterfront. But it's Molly whom the cops zero in on. And despite her bitter feelings and against her better judgment, when her back-from-the-blue friend asks for help, Seychelle can't just weigh anchor and cruise. She's got to dive in. What she finds is a money-skimming scam aboard Nick's flagship gambling boat; Nick's new trophy wife turned merry rich widow; and Nick and Molly's teenage son, a scared kid with a big secret...and a killer on his trail. Protecting the boy, proving Molly's innocence, and navigating between squalls of gunfire add up to a tall order as salvage jobs go. But like any good captain, Seychelle will never abandon ship. Even if it means risking her life. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Rosemary Benson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/054830/bk_acx0_054830_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This page shows the results of the Water Ski Competition at the 2003 Pan American Games, held from August 1 to August 17 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. There were six events, three for both men and women, with Canada and the United States dominating the competition.Waterskiing is a sport where an individual is pulled behind a boat or a cable ski installation on a body of water, skimming the surface.