Weekend on the water

Three girls ride on a personal watercraft on the Great Sacandaga Lake in Northville on Sunday. (The Leader-Herald/Bill Trojan)
Two people go sailing on the Great Sacandaga Lake in Northville on Saturday. (The Leader-Herald/Bill Trojan)
People kayak on the Sacandaga River near Benson on Sunday. (The Leader-Herald/Bill Trojan)
A man flies through the air as he operates a Jetovator on the Great Sacandaga Lake in Northville on Saturday. (The Leader-Herald/Bill Trojan) This new water-sports accessory offers the acrobatic capabilities of an aircraft. The Jetovator allows one to quickly transform their standard personal watercraft to create a totally new three-dimensional riding experience. Simply attach the 40 foot connecting hose, and thrust adapter, to the high-output Sea Doo, Kawasaki or Yamaha of your choice. The Jetovator has the capability of flying up to 30 feet in the air and diving down 10 feet below the water. It can fly at speeds of up to 25 mph and can perform aerial stunts such as barrel rolls and back flips.
Gavin Wrabel of Edinburg holds a boat fender while on a dock with his parents close by on the Great Sacandaga Lake in Northville on Sunday. (The Leader-Herald/Bill Trojan)
A small aircraft flies low over boats and people on the Great Sacandaga Lake in Northampton on Sunday. (The Leader-Herald/Bill Trojan)

The Gloversville Memorial Day parade may have been a washout on Monday, but there was plenty of fun to be had this weekend on the Great Sacandaga Lake and Sacandaga River.

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