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Buying your first new Jet Ski or personal watercraft can be daunting with 50 models across three brands – Sea-Doo, Yamaha and Kawasaki. Here is our Top 10 list.
The first ever solo circumnavigation of mainland Australia by Jet Ski has been completed. Here is the amazing behind-the-scenes story of this incredible record-setting ride.
Prices, specifications, and colour changes for the 2022 Yamaha WaveRunner line-up have been revealed before Australian showroom arrivals in early 2022.
Prices, specifications, and colour changes for the 2022 Sea-Doo line-up have been revealed before Australian showroom arrivals in late 2021 and early 2022.
The 2022 Yamaha FX series has come in for a major upgrade with a stronger hull, a new ride plate, repositioned sponsons, larger digital displays with navigation, a GPS speedo, waterproof speakers, and a larger glovebox with power and lighting.
The 2022 Yamaha GP1800R SVHO has been unveiled in the US ahead of Australian showroom arrivals – with a choice of two very different colour schemes.
Yamaha is going back to its roots with a new budget-priced Jet Ski that aims to bring stand-up freestyle fun to the three-seater class.
Yamaha has taken a step closer to creating an alternative to the hugely successful Sea-Doo Fish Pro, with a range of accessories – including an extended rear deck – that transforms the current-generation FX into a fishing Jet Ski.
The revolutionary jet-powered tri-hull Sea-Doo Switch range of pontoon boats will initially be exclusive to North America, but could be in Australia from 2023. Here’s what you need to know.
Sea-Doo’s performance flagship models will be available in black or yellow for 2022, RXT-X300 gains the option of a colour widescreen dash with Bluetooth connectivity. But the changes come at a cost.
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