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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Beginners Riding Protection Tips

Beginners Riding Protection Tips

Why are beginners riding protection tips important? Because they can make the difference between a great first jet ski ride and one that’s a painful learning experience. Nothing beats the refreshing freedom of skimming across clean, clear waters on a hot summer day, with a light breeze whipping your hair and cooling your skin. Or the sheer exhilaration of …

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Best Jet Ski Riding Glove for Sea Doo Tours

Best Jet Ski Riding Glove for Sea Doo Tours

I’ve tested a variety of different options trying to find the best jet ski riding glove for Sea Doo tours. But the first question to answer is why do I need a pair of gloves to operate a personal watercraft? After countless hours on the water in a range of different weather and wave conditions, I decided that my …

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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 in every province. 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 …

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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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