Best Ontario Sea Doo Tour Lodgings Near Water

Best Ontario Sea Doo Tour Lodgings Near Water

Sea Doo tour lodgings on #ontariowaterways fall into three main groups for recreational boaters – waterfront lodgings with their own launch & docks (1), waterfront lodgings with Sea Doo, jet ski or waverunner personal watercraft launch and docking nearby (2), and lodgings a short trailer tow away from the water (3). All have their uses, depending on your needs at the time, whether you’re an …

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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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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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Port Perry Bobcaygeon Sea Doo Tour

Port Perry Bobcaygeon Sea Doo Tour

For personal watercraft riders from the Greater Toronto Area, this Port Perry Bobcaygeon Sea Doo Tour in Central Ontario is a handy self-guided day ride. It delivers a good mix of lake and river riding on Lake Scugog, the Scugog River and Sturgeon Lake. All are part of the Trent Severn Waterway. This tour also offers several decent options …

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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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