Respect the Environment
A Sea-Doo can take you to some incredible places - even places other boats aren't able to go. As a responsible rider, it's essential to be aware of areas where extra precautions should be taken.
Those unforgettable moments provided by your Sea-Doo are definitely something to treasure. By riding responsibly we can ensure those moments remain possible. Here are three examples of areas we need to be extra aware of our riding environment:
• Prohibited riding areas - Unfortunately there are some places that are off limits to watercraft. This is to protect unique marine environments and fragile ecosystems. Before you head out on the water, understand if there are any such areas you need to be aware of.
• Coral reefs - Their underwater beauty is something to behold. While they make for a great snorkel, it's important to remember coral is a living organism. Reefs can be closer to the surface than you realize and the best practice is to stay a safe distance away. If you want to enjoy the reef, drop anchor away and swim over for a closeup.
• Shallow water - Shallow water is often warmer and attracts marine life. Slow down and be on the lookout. If you are lucky enough to encounter a new friend, be sure to give them plenty of space.