As much fun as your new Sea-Doo watercraft is out on the water, it’s inevitable that you’ll eventually step off the craft. Maybe you want to know how to dock a watercraft to grab lunch at a waterside restaurant, wait at the launch ramp or refuel at a gas dock. Knowing how to tie up a watercraft to a dock will not only ensure it stays put until you return, you can also avoid damage to the craft.
Stopping off at the dock is just part of the overall fun experience that is the Sea-Doo Life. And knowing how to tie your watercraft to the dock is key.
With the proper dock lines, fenders and tie-up technique, you can ensure your craft will not only stay put while at dock, but also remain free of scratches and dings.
One simple and effective way to secure watercraft to a floating dock is to use Sea-Doo Dock Ties. Featuring a convenient loop at each end, these 4-foot cushioned lines include an internal elastic shock cord to keep your craft firmly snugged up against the dock while still accommodating wave action.
Dual floats keep Sea-Doo Dock Ties above water if they are accidentally dropped.
Most docks are typically calm, so our convenient foam fenders are a great choice and they’re easy to stow with Snap-In Fenders. These bright orange fenders snap easily into place along the craft’s perimeter rub rail to cushion your craft from damage.
They just as easily remove and fit into your Sea-Doo’s storage compartments when not in use.