Winterizing Sea Doo Watercraft For Storage

Winterizing Sea Doo Watercraft For Storage

Thought about winterizing Sea Doo watercraft? In our eagerness eager to ready our watercraft for the summer, experienced rider and beginners often forget. Forget that the best preparation happens months before during the winterizing process. Winterizing Sea Doo watercraft is the best way to avoid gummed-up fuel systems, battery failure and damage to vital internal parts. It is also especially important if …

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Large Group Riding PWC Caution Tips

Large Group Riding PWC Caution Tips

Why are large group riding caution tips timely? Personal watercraft sales are up in recent years. So, many more owners are going on day rides and multi-day tours. Typically, I see small groups of up to a half dozen jet skis out for a ride. But increasingly, I’ve also noticed large groups of 20 or even 30 or more PWC’s …

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Sea Doo Watercraft For Sale – Sea Doo Buying Tips

Sea Doo Watercraft For Sale – Sea Doo Buying Tips

Here are some watercraft for sale Sea Doo buying tips for beginners. Those who’ve never owned a personal watercraft. Or don’t know much about them. Sea-Doo watercraft from BRP are jet-propelled boats that operate much like a motorcycle or snowmobile while going on Sea Doo tour in Ontario and throughout Canada. They provide the same exhilarating sensation of skimming over …

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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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