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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.
Sea-Doo says it will introduce an electric personal watercraft by 2026, but will it be hybrid or pure electric – or available as both? And which models will get the tech? Here’s what we know so far.
Gold Coast Jet Ski enthusiast Jeff Lakeford has taken more than 40,000 photos of riders getting massive air in the surf. Here are his best pics from 2020, and how he captured them.
Testing by YouTube channel Greenhulk Garage reveals the 2021 Sea-Doo RXP-X 300 is faster than the 2021 Yamaha GP1800R SVHO. Here’s how they compared.
A boating store on the south coast of NSW has started to build a Kawasaki Ultra with electric power – and says the prototype could be on the water within weeks.
The first shipments of the 2021 Sea-Doo Fish Pro have arrived, with a welcome colour change and, soon, advanced debris removal technology.
Sea-Doo has expanded the market for fishing off a Jet Ski or personal watercraft, with the world’s first dedicated ready-to-ride model. However, former favourite Yamaha is still in the game.
As with Sea-Doo and Kawasaki, Yamaha is facing severe stock shortages due to unexpected high demand in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
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