Muskoka Fall Sea Doo Tour

Muskoka Fall Sea Doo Tour

If you’re looking for a great destination to end your Ontario Sea Doo riding season, you won’t do any better than this Muskoka fall sea doo tour. Boat traffic’s way down after Labour Day and there’s plenty of colour along the rugged Canadian Shield shoreline – even before the leaves start turning. Best of all, there’s a pile …

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Ontario Boating Regs & Tips For PWC Riders

Ontario Boating Regs & Tips For PWC Riders

Many riders don’t know what Ontario boating regs apply to personal watercraft. The safe answer is: all the same rules that apply to every small powered vessel in every province. But based on the many questions I get from PWC riders, many still express some areas of uncertainty or misunderstanding. This is chancy, because in my experience marine patrols …

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Keeping Cameras Dry On Sea Doo Tours

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

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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PWC Photo Secrets For Sea Doo Tours

PWC Photo Secrets For Sea Doo Tours

Have you ever wondered if there are PWC photo secrets to help you take better pictures on the water? I’m not an expert and don’t have expensive cameras or multiple lenses. But I have discovered secrets that work for me and can share with you, so here goes… I carry two cameras. My primary is a point and shoot …

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