2018 Sea Doo Storage Innovations For PWC Touring

2018 Sea Doo Storage Innovations For PWC Touring

Note: Post updated for 2019 models. This is the 3rd article of my series about 2018 Sea Doo innovations that continue on 2019 models. In it, I’m going to explore the Sea Doo storage ideas available on the 3-seater GTX, RXT and Wake Pro 230 models. For those just tuning in now, check out my 1st article overview and my 2nd article about …

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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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Portable Dock Cleats: Easy Mooring for Sea Doo Tours

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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LinQ System Encourages More Sea Doo Touring

LinQ System Encourages More Sea Doo Touring

2018 marked the migration of BRP’s proprietary LinQ System to premium Sea Doo watercraft. This heralds a major expansion for fun on the water. The LinQ System opens the door to enhanced day riding and touring as never before seen from Sea Doo – or from anyone else. Certainly, Ski Doo snowmobilers and Can Am ATV riders have already …

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Retractable Ratchet Straps For Securing Trailering

Retractable Ratchet Straps For Securing Trailering

Have you ever tried Retractable Ratchet Straps? Used to be that every time I fastened the backs of my two Sea-Doo GTX 155 watercraft to my Triton PWC Trailer, I thought to myself…“There must be a better way!” Like experienced Sea Doo riders and beginners, I’d tried ropes, regular tie down straps and ratchet straps. None are as quick …

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