Sea Doo Friendly Kingston Ontario Tour Planner

Sea Doo Friendly Kingston Ontario Tour Planner

You can do plenty of great Sea Doo riding and recreational boating out of Sea Doo Friendly Kingston, Ontario. And also enjoy many outstanding restaurants, attractions and sights. Kingston is a great Sea Doo, jet ski, waverunner PWC and recreational boating destination. Why? Because this scenic Eastern Ontario city is strategically positioned where the St Lawrence and Cataraqui Rivers meet Lake …

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Sea Doo Launches For Southern Ontario Jet Skiing

Sea Doo Launches For Southern Ontario Jet Skiing

For experienced Sea Doo riders and beginners, here’s an update of my best Sea Doo launches in Southern Ontario. Each of these top Sea Doo launches has good road access, lots of maneuvering room, ample parking, good water depth, a smooth ramp and dock facilities for your PWC adventures (see How To Launch Safely). Many also have bathroom/changing rooms and are free. …

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Reloading PWC Trailers At Boat Launches

Reloading PWC Trailers At Boat Launches

No Sea Doo ride is over without reloading your jetskis on your PWC trailer. Typically, this happens at the boat ramp where you launched safely earlier in the day. Properly securing your Sea Doo, jetski, waverunner personal watercraft or recreational boat back on its trailer makes for safer towing home. It also enables easier launching next time for experienced riders, …

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PWC Launching Lessons for Safe Sea Doo Tours

PWC Launching Lessons for Safe Sea Doo Tours

Being an experienced Sea Doo tour rider, I’m embarrassed to screw up. But here are three hard earned Sea Doo PWC launchng lessons for Ontario and throughout Canada. This blog is like reality TV. You get to see the smart (check out my other tips) – and the not so smart. Hope I don’t qualify for the latter category too …

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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 S 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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