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Congratulations to our Sea-Doo Image of the Week winner Landon Prendergast!
Landon entered the Sea-Doo “I Brake For…” Sweepstakes and his image was chosen as one of our featured images of the week. His image received the most votes in the weekly contest. He won a Sea-Doo Duffle Bag and will be carrying his treasures around in Sea-Doo style.
Congratulations Landon! Thanks for sharing your Sea-Doo lifestyle with us!
BRP is proud to support the only on-line radio show dedicated to the sport and activities of personal watercraft, Liquid Speed Radio. Tuesday, May 30th features Sea-Doo X-TEAM rider and Test Ride Tour manager Cody Hawkins who will offer insight to this year’s Sea-Doo effort on the track and at neighborhood lakes and waterways. The Liquid Speed radio show will begin airing LIVE at 7:30 p.m. CST on www.liquidspeedradio.com.
The first hour is the Sea-Doo X-TEAM Hour dedicated to Sea-Doo competition, racing, and recreational events. Host Brian Smith leads the topics and interviews the biggest names in personal watercraft racing and free riding. May 30th’s show will include Hawkins and multi National Champion, and Mountain Motorsports of Atlanta, Georgia General Manager, Dustin Farthing.
At 8:10pm CST Dave Knisley joins join the show to talk about this weekends upcoming UWP/IJSBA National Tour kickoff race in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Smith and Knisley will talk about what’s new with the tour in 2013 and who to watch, including Pro Stock contender, Troy Snyder on his RIVA Sea-Doo RXP-X and Pro Open World Champion James Bushell on his 158 Performance RXP-X.
At 9:10pm CST Liquid Speed will welcome Farthing to Liquid Speed Show and will discuss if he will race the tour full time this season, Or will he race overseas? What’s the next at his Mountain Motorsports dealership? Listen in to find out!!
Join Liquid Speed Co-Host The Funky W and Smith when the show goes LIVE at 7pm CST until 10pm CST onwww.liquidspeedradio.com
The Sea-Doo Ultimate Fan, Kevin Wassum, and his Tampa crew, continued on their journey from Miami to the Bahamas. This video chronicles their expedition into the beautiful Exuma Islands….Kevin commented “Paradise is exploring the most beautiful place you’ve ever seen and not having to share that place with anyone…”
As spring has arrived for most of the northern hemisphere, Sea-Doo owners are prepping their watercraft and boats for the upcoming boating season and removing the shrink wrap and storage covers. We are sure it brings a smile across your face to uncover your Sea-Doo after a long winter hibernation. This is the time to give it a good wash and pre-season service to ensure everything is loose where it is supposed to be loose and tight where components are supposed to be tight.
After you go through the process of getting it ready for the season…cover it back up.
We know just the sight of of your Sea-Doo brings joy to your heart but keeping it covered will bring that joy for a long time to come. With the arrival of spring comes more intense sun, and though all BRP products are engineered to withstand UV rays, the sun is powerful and exposure can manipulate colors and can dry materials over time. Also, you may have heard of the term, “April showers bring May flowers”. This is great for your garden but not in the footwells of your watercraft. Covering your watercraft will also keep out any animals that may be looking for a place to nest.
To ensure your Sea-Doo is protected from the outside world and kept clean, utilize a custom fitted Sea-Doo watercraft cover. Whether your Sea-Doo is kept on a dock hoist, on a trailer on the side of the house, or in the resort parking lot BRP offers a form fitting cover. These covers are designed to securely wrap around the bond rail on the hull side, hold secure on the handlebars, and clip onto the rub rail holding it in place while trailering at speed.
Bottom line, when you are not on your Sea-Doo, keep it nice and tucked in by covering it up with the proper cover.
This installment of Dr. Doo was provided by Willy Carmine of Route 1 Motorsports, the official BRP/Sea-Doo/Can-Am dealer in Brevard County, Florida
Spanish adventurer Alvaro de Marichalar landed in St. Augustine, April 3, after completing a tribute journey exactly 500 years after Ponce de Leon’s arrival at the same place. This journey commemorated the Fifth Centennial of the Discover of Florida by Juan Ponce de Leon in 1513.
Marichalar departed Puerto Rico on March 20 and traveled 1,624 nautical miles to land on the shores of St. Augustine on his RXT-X 260 Sea-Doo.
“I’m really exhausted. Tonight I’ve been sailing for 37 hours non-stop because I wanted to arrive on time,” the adventurer, who made the journey without any support craft accompanying him, said post ride.
Marichalar is a Spanish businessman, mariner, speaker and politician who has conducted 38 maritime expeditions, logging close to 30,000 miles on his Sea-Doo, and has set eleven world records.
In 2002, Marichalar set his first world record, braved freezing temperatures and 18-foot waves to become the first person to ride a Sea-Doo across the Atlantic Ocean, by traveling more than 10,000 miles on a Sea-Doo XP watercraft.
Sea-Doo watercraft provides the stopping power with the only on-water braking system and invites consumers to share what special moments and destinations they stop for with their families. The Sea-Doo “I Brake For…” sweepstakes provides multiple ways to enter and opportunities to earn additional entries by simply involving family and friends.
People can enter the contest by visiting www.ibrake4.com. Participants will receive one entry into the contest by completing the entry form on Facebook, the microsite, or mobile device. To increase chances of winning, participants must log onto the Sea-Doo Facebook page at www.facebook.com/SeaDoo, like the page, then click on the contest application and enter up to three photos in the Sea-Doo “I Brake For…” photo contests:
•“I Brake For…” Special Moments and Destinations: Participants upload an image of their favorite moments and places, it could be a family day on the beach, a shot of an epic sun-set, a pod of Dolphins, etc.
•“I Brake For…” Sea-Doo Fun at the Dealership: When visiting the local BRP/Sea-Doo dealership, participants can take a photo with their favorite Sea-Doo watercraft, holding the “I Brake For Sea-Doo Fun” sign and upload it to the contest. To locate a dealer, visit the Sea-Doo Dealer Locator: www.brp.com/en-US/Dealer.Locator/Sea-Doo/ (US)
•“I Brake For…” Sea-Doo Fun at the Test Ride Tour: The “Sea-Doo Test Ride Tour” includes 22 tour stops throughout the US. Participants can register and attend one of these events to test-drive a Sea-Doo watercraft, with the world’s first and only on-water brake. While there, they can take a photo holding the Sea-Doo brake sign at the event and upload it to the contest. To learn more about, and register for, the “Sea-Doo Test Ride Tour” visit www.seadoodemo.com.
Once the photos are uploaded, contestants are encouraged to share their photo with family and friends. Contestants earn an additional 10 entries for each contest that they enter and share.
Sea-Doo’s Ultimate Fan, Kevin Wassum, and his Tampa crew continue their adventure to the Bahamas. In this volume they arrive at Allen Cay and enjoy snorkeling, feeding the Iguanas and enjoying the scenery. Then they head to Norman’s Cay for a little down time and continued adventures!
How do you plan to get out to the water? Does your Sea-Doo live in your garage or storage part of the year? A Sea-Doo MOVE trailer is the ultimate transportation for your Sea-Doo watercraft. We have seven models to choose from and one to fit every preference, style and price. When the occasion calls for easy handling, great performance and smart innovation, you can never go wrong with a Sea-Doo Move trailer.
Sea-Doo Move I, Sea-Doo Move II and Sea-Doo Move I Extended
Unload and load your PWC in no time thanks to the trailers’ roller bunk system and a custom frame design that requires less water. All three models come with leaf spring suspension and are available in galvanized and black painted.
New this year is the Sea-Doo Move I Extended made to suit BRP’s biggest PWC. It has all the same features mentioned above, but is 1′ 1” longer.
Sea-Doo Move I and Move II With iCatch
The Sea-Doo Move I and Move II With iCatch trailers are the most innovative products on the market. The automatic iCatch and release system using a quick-snap handle built into the handle support eases manipulation as well as the process of loading and unloading the watercraft. The premium torsion suspension system provides low ride height and better handling.
Sea-Doo Move With Walk Pad and Sea-Doo Move I With iCatch and Walk Pad
The innovative walk pad guidance system allows you to conveniently walk around to access your PWC. It also features an adjustable winch post with non-marking bow rollers. The premium torsion suspension system provides low ride height and better handling.
The Sea-Doo Ultimate Fan, Kevin Wassum, continues to chronicle his journey from Miami to Exuma Bahamas in volume three. This video begins with their arrival in Nassau after crossing the Tongue of the Ocean from Chub Cay. They travel through Atlantis and this edition ends with their arrival at Allan Cay in Exuma Bahamas.