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. 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 are more likely …

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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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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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Best Sea Doo Tour Snack Choices

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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Avoid Getting Lost on A Sea Doo Tour

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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