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Getting your licence to ride a Jet Ski or personal watercraft can be a bargain or cost a fortune depending on where you live in Australia. And some jurisdictions have a one-off fee or none at all.
Faced with international travel restrictions, more Australians than ever before are getting their Jet Ski and personal watercraft licence.
Research by WatercraftZone has debunked the myth that riders of Jet Skis and personal watercraft are more at risk of death on the water, amid recent safety campaigns that repeatedly target Jet Skis and PWCs.
As Australia came out of COVID lockdowns and border closures in 2020, we treated ourselves to a record number of Jet Skis and personal watercraft.
Stock shortages and unexpected high demand will likely drive up prices of next year’s Jet Skis and personal watercraft, according to a leading industry analyst and commentator.
These rental Jet Skis and personal watercraft do a lifetime of work in a month. Some clock up 2000 hours before being retired.
Australia is already in the grip of a severe stock shortage of Jet Skis and personal watercraft. Now Yamaha has canceled 15 per cent of the remaining 2021 Model Year WaveRunners.
Australian Sea-Doo dealers and customers have been left high and dry after a large batch of Fish Pro models due in the coming weeks was pushed back to August at the earliest.
The stock shortage gripping the Jet Ski and personal watercraft industry in the US and Australia has just taken another hit.
An early batch of 2021 Sea-Doo models equipped with a new IDF debris removal system were held back due to a technical issue, but have since been cleared.
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