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Which Watercraft Is Right for You?

Sea-Doo offers a wide range of PWC models––FISH PRO, SPARK, GTI, and WAKE––to accommodate every enthusiast.

Updated:

June 1, 2020
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Versatility. It’s the hallmark of the modern personal watercraft. Courtesy Sea-Doo

Versatility. It’s the hallmark of the modern personal watercraft. First, an affordable craft can entertain family and friends, head out on a performance-minded solo ride or leisurely cruise, tow watersports, or fish in lakes, rivers or even oceans. But that same personal watercraft is also a versatile choice when it comes to the routine of boating. A PWC is fuel-efficient, easy to operate, tow and store, and relatively simple, straightforward and quick to maintain.

Still, Sea-Doo understands that some owners will benefit from a more focused choice. Extensive research has revealed consumers are passionate about activities like watersports and fishing. Of course, fun and affordability will never go out of style.

Which watercraft is right for you?

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Sea-Doo SPARK rider having fun
Those new to boating or just looking to add a playful, inexpensive alternative to their fleet would be wise to consider the SPARK. Courtesy Sea-Doo

Those new to boating or just looking to add a playful, inexpensive alternative to their fleet would be wise to consider the SPARK. With a starting price under $5,500, it’s the most affordable PWC currently on the market. Its light weight and smaller stature also make the craft a breeze to get to and from the water. A SPARK can be towed by virtually any vehicle and easily tucks away in a garage. Once on the water, it sips fuel while delivering a fun, sporty, playful ride. Jump a wave, spin a donut, or slide it out with old-school flair. The SPARK will ignite your passion for the water.

Tow-sport fans will find their answer in the WAKE series. WAKE models take hanging out at the end of a towrope to the next level. Tow toys get their own designated board rack, mounted outside the footwells. A sturdy, elevated pylon—with grab handles for that rear-facing spotter—elevates the towrope above the jet wash and amplifies air time. Both are quick and easy to remove and install. The driver and rider will also benefit from Ski Mode, a user-selectable, preprogrammed acceleration and speed-control feature that delivers a steady and consistent pull, making every driver an expert.

Fishing from the Sea-Doo FISH PRO
The FISH PRO is the perfect choice for those intent on casting a line. There’s even a designated spot for tackle and bait storage. Courtesy Sea-Doo

The FISH PRO is the perfect choice for those intent on casting a line. Built upon the ultra-stable, premium GTX platform, the FISH PRO is ready to go after fish big and small with a Garmin ECHOMAP GPS/Fishfinder; rugged 13.5-gallon, quick-connect LinQ-mounted cooler with a recessed work surface; and a clever, configurable collection of four rod holders. There’s even a designated spot for tackle and bait storage. The extended rear platform is perfect for stand-up casting. A bench-style saddle and angled footrests on the gunwales allow for freedom to move around the boat, along with both security and leverage when fishing in rougher waters.

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Prefer a mid-priced jack-of-all-trades? The GTI platform may offer the boat for you. Featuring a newly designed hull and deck with a lower center of gravity, GTIs are exceptionally stable, whether carving turns or sitting at rest. An extended swim platform is ready for lounging, boarding or gearing up to take a watersports run; make it even larger by removing the rear seat. Standard LinQ accessory mounts are ready to play to your passions with modular accessories. Extend your range with a fuel caddy, bring additional gear in a dry storage bag, or picnic at the sandbar with a cooler full of food and refreshments.

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