Keeping Cameras Dry On Sea Doo Tours

These days, keeping cameras dry on Sea Doo tours is more of a concern because so many riders carry them. Most riders take photos using their smart phones. While these are handy and easy to store, I’ve found that their size and shape requires extra care while handling over the water. In part, that’s because taking one-handed photos can be …

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Magnetawan River Ontario Sea Doo Tour Planner

Here’s everything you need to know to plan a Magnetawan River Ontario Sea Doo Tour. This Sea Doo, jet ski and waverunner personal watercraft adventure is a self-guided, day ride in the Ontario tourism region known as Explorer’s Edge. It starts at Burk’s Falls, where I parked my Triton Trailer and launched my Sea-Doo GTX 155. The town’s located about three …

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Best Sea Doo Tour Snack Choices

After many summers of trial and error, I’ve finally nailed my best Sea Doo tour snack choices. At first, I hardly packed any food or drink. But I soon realized that I could make a day ride on the water considerably more enjoyable with sustenance and refreshment aboard. So now I eat or drink whenever I need to. No …

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Port Perry Bobcaygeon Sea Doo Tour

For personal watercraft riders from the Greater Toronto Area, this Port Perry Bobcaygeon Sea Doo Tour in Central Ontario is a handy self-guided day ride. It delivers a good mix of lake and river riding on Lake Scugog, the Scugog River and Sturgeon Lake. All are part of the Trent Severn Waterway. This tour also offers several decent options …

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Avoid Getting Lost on A Sea Doo Tour

How do you avoid getting lost on a Sea Doo tour? Too many personal watercraft riders stick close to home for fear of losing their way on the water. This concern is understandable for the inexperienced, uninitiated and unprepared. That’s because, unlike with other recreational powersports, there is no trail network. There are no directional signs or intersection maps. …

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Riding Challenges To Avoid On Ontario Sea Doo Tours

Among Ontario’s interconnected waterways, recreational boaters will find riding challenges to be aware of or avoid. By riding challenges, I mean locations that may look easy to navigate on a Google map or marine chart. But in reality, they are not. So I’ve compiled this list of riding challenges. Hopefully, it will help make navigating your jet ski, waverunner …

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Portable Dock Cleats: Easy Mooring for Sea Doo Tours

I’ve needed portable dock cleats for years. Unfortunately, I didn’t even know they existed until recently. Better late than never. Sure, I’ve learned to dock like a pro. Then I remember numerous times portable dock cleats would have solved one of the most basic and frustrating problems of Sea Doo tours. I have to give my head a shake. …

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Best Trent Severn Waterway PWC Day Rides

Where are the best Trent Severn Waterway PWC rides? With two free days of lock passage coming up – Sunday June 24 and Sunday, July 1 – personal watercraft riders will want to make the most of their freebie day rides. The Trent Severn Waterway is a 387-kilometre linear watercourse that runs generally east to west. It covers many elevations …

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