The Sea-Doo Spark Trixx, however, is no one-trick pony. Beyond those extras, it’s still the classic Spark, with the same combination of innovative features that dramatically lowered the price of entry into PWC ownership and attracted a legion of new enthusiasts who greedily purchased the new machines. That lightweight hull is the result of Sea-Doo’s proprietary Polytec, a durable composite of polypropylene and glass fiber that makes a good alternative to fiberglass. The material’s matte finish invites bold colors, like the Trixx’s Candy Blue (teal) and Chili Pepper (red). The hull and deck’s light weight also allows for the use of a lower-horsepower, lighter-weight engine, while maintaining spirited performance capability — in the Trixx’s case, the 90 hp Rotax 900 ACE HO. It pushes the Sea-Doo to a respectable 48 mph top speed. Acceleration can be modified from mild to wild via a button located below the minimalist info display on the dash.