|Meet the Cate crew|
Arranging us from shortest to tallest, our initials spell out our last name
|Our Dad and the boat and water brake|
|The boat and water brake in the Ocean|
|Getting into deeper water so the water brake does not get scratched on the reef|
|It filled with air and stayed above water|
|But with a little persuasion the bag stayed underwater|
|We shortened the water brake so it was on average a little more forward and it worked a little better|
|Corey (the kid in the blue hat) on a glass bottom boat|
- Flapping plastic has lots of air drag. Ideally water brake is all under water.
- Water brake has to be far forward to keep boat pointed into the wind
- Don't want a bag that can fill with air or water
- Wood floats and so is not ideal for something that is supposed to go down into the water.
- Does not need such a large water brake