NautBoard

Saftey & Instructions

Congratulations on your purchase of one of the finest water sports gadgets: the NautBoard. We use the very best materials to assure a long-lasting and top quality product.

Before using your new product, please take a minute to read the following Safety & Instruction  information. These instructions will help you obtain the most enjoyment possible from your new Nautboard product.

Instructions

  •  Enter the water, wear your mask, wear your fins (optional )
  • Length of the towing rope should be between 10 and 30 meters.
  • Hold the NautBoard with both of your hand in 45% and start gliding under water!
  • Due to the unique design of the NautBoard, you can control your depth as  you wish. When you twist the board up you will glide up, and when you twist it down with your hands you will glide down. You are always  in control.
  • You will glide underwater and stay there as long as you wish. When needing fresh air, you simply adjust the board up to the surface and get the fresh air you need, then continue your gliding.
  • Do not use in shallow water or near shore, docks, pilings, swimmers or other watercrafts.

The towing watercraft

Recommended speed between 2-5 knots. Any watercraft can tow the Nautboard swimmer:

  • Jet ski
  • Speed boat
  • Sailboat
  • dingy

Water Sports Safety Code

  •  Inspect all equipment prior to use. Check  attachment point, and flotation device prior to each use. Do not use if damaged.
  •  Rope should be attached to the watercraft, with length of at least 20 meters.
  •  Know the waterways.
  •  Always have a person other than the driver as an observer.
  •  Do not use in shallow water or near shore, docks, pilings, swimmers or other watercrafts.

Your equipment and your tow rope:

  •  Tow ropes stretch during use. If a rope breaks or is suddenly released, it can snap back into the watercraft.
  •  When in the boat, keep away from the tow rope to avoid injury. Passengers can be hit, or become entangled in the rope.
  •  Do not use in shallow water or near shore, docks, pilings, swimmers or other watercrafts.
  •  Inspect tow rope and its attachments before using. Do not use tow rope if frayed, knotted or damaged. Replace when signs of excessive deterioration are indicated by discoloration, broken filaments, unraveling or other obvious signs of wear on the rope or hardware.
  •  Use proper tow rope for the activity.
  •  Keep persons and ropes away from propeller when engine is running, even when in neutral.
  •  Should rope become entangled in propeller, SHUT OFF ENGINE AND REMOVE IGNITION KEY BEFORE RETRIEVING THE ROPE.