I saw a tv documentary on a group of guys that rode
sea doo's from alaska
and back. The details are fuzzy, they could not set foot on russian soil, they got a hundred yards from the beach and turned around. They might have had a support boat, again, the details are fuzzy, you probably know all about it.
I'm all for you making this trip! I think it would be a blast!
Your average 60 mile hop will take 3 hours or less (ave 20mph), not bad, I wouldn't have a support boat for those but the long 105+ mile trip in rough seas you might want to do it on a day where a bunch of sailors are going in your direction and coordinate with them.
This sounds like a piece of cake to me except just a few legs. With an average hop of 3 hours you don't need to pull up weather forecast
on the fly, double and triple check right before you leave.
I remember when the first guy rode
, now it seems like thousands of people have made that trip and farther, I wish I could find the blog about the two guys that cruised all through the bahamas
on sea doos staying at hotels / marinas
When I was 29 I rode my 3 man kawasaki 1100 from Kansas City to St. Louis (missouri river) with a big group of people for a radio
station charity fundraiser, it was a blast, we had two refueling stations and a bus and truck trailer to take us back to KC after. Nothing like the open ocean but it was one of the best adventures I have had and I have had a lot of them btw.
You need to make a video about this, mount go pro hd cams on your sea doo.