Water Skiers World Record

This is the spectacular moment a staggering 145 water skiers smashed the world record for travelling a mile together at the same time. The group – who clutched a whopping five miles of rope as they crawled along – were pulled by a specially modified 114ft catamaran normally used to ferry tourists. The boat had to be fitted with different propellers and a 308ft aluminium boom to prevent the rope getting tangled up.

This is the spectacular moment a staggering 145 water skiers smashed the world record for travelling a mile together at the same time. The group - who clutched a whopping five miles of rope as they crawled along - were pulled by a specially modified 114ft catamaran normally used to ferry tourists. The boat had to be fitted with different propellers and a 308ft aluminium boom to prevent the rope getting tangled up.

This is the spectacular moment a staggering 145 water skiers smashed the world record for travelling a mile together at the same time. The group - who clutched a whopping five miles of rope as they crawled along - were pulled by a specially modified 114ft catamaran normally used to ferry tourists. The boat had to be fitted with different propellers and a 308ft aluminium boom to prevent the rope getting tangled up.

This is the spectacular moment a staggering 145 water skiers smashed the world record for travelling a mile together at the same time. The group - who clutched a whopping five miles of rope as they crawled along - were pulled by a specially modified 114ft catamaran normally used to ferry tourists. The boat had to be fitted with different propellers and a 308ft aluminium boom to prevent the rope getting tangled up.

This is the spectacular moment a staggering 145 water skiers smashed the world record for travelling a mile together at the same time. The group - who clutched a whopping five miles of rope as they crawled along - were pulled by a specially modified 114ft catamaran normally used to ferry tourists. The boat had to be fitted with different propellers and a 308ft aluminium boom to prevent the rope getting tangled up.