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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.
If you’re buying a 2022 Sea-Doo, Yamaha WaveRunner, or Kawasaki Jet Ski for the Australian summer, better get your order in.
The world’s largest Jet Ski magazine, The Watercraft Journal, has the scoop on the 2023 Sea-Doo Spark changes. Here’s what to expect with the brand’s next pint-sized pocket rocket.
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 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.
The 2022 Sea-Doo range has been expanded with the Fish Pro Scout, Fish Pro Sport, and Fish Pro Trophy editions, amid sharp price rises.
Sea-Doo unveiled industry-first debris removal tech as an option on certain 2021 and 2022 models. The initial roll-out was plagued by gremlins, but the faulty parts have since been replaced with heavy duty hardware.
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.
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