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Wholesale Marine getting on board with #PassTheHandle! #PassTheHandle is a worldwide mission to spread the love of towed water sports to new participants. This movement was conceptualized by industry leaders Zane Schwenk and Shaun Murray four years ago and has since grown through word of mouth, social media and riders participating. #PassTheHandle encourages riders who have experience in water sports to teach new participants and get them out on the water. Wholesale Marine carries many great  wake boards and water skis geared toward riders getting behind a boat for the first time. Ensure that your new rider has a properly fitted life vest before engaging in any water sport activity, then get out there and have fun!

Below you will find some of Wholesale Marine's most popular  training skis. These water skis are engineered for stability, making them a perfect option for young water skiers. Build confidence with immediate success on the water!

HO Skis Hot Shot Trainer OBrien Platform ECO Trainer Airhead EZ Wake

Hyperlite

For more information on #PassTheHandle, and to learn how you can get involved, visit the WSIA-Water Sports Industry Association's Website.

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