Responsible Rider

The Responsible Rider program is about being present when you ride and always considering safety, riding etiquette and the environment, whether you’re out on the ocean, lake or river.

Safety

To stay safe on the water, riders should be aware of their surroundings, follow local laws and regulations, and always wear a life vest and neoprene shorts. Be sure to check the weather forecast before heading out.

Environment

As Sea-Doo riders, we respect the waterways. That means never riding too close to the shore or to swimmers, staying away from prohibited riding areas and being mindful of marine life.

Etiquette

Riding etiquette is all about making the waterways a safe space for all. That means reducing noise in residential areas, minding your speed, and not riding too close to swimmers or other boaters.

  • Riding Information
    How do you safely ride a Sea‑Doo with a passenger?

    How do you safely ride a Sea‑Doo with a passenger?



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  • Riding Information
    How do you get back on a Sea‑Doo after falling off?

    How do you get back on a Sea‑Doo after falling off?



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  • Accessories & Apparel
    What type of PFD should I wear?

    What type of PFD should I wear?



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Etiquette

  • Riding Information
    What is the riding etiquette on a Sea-Doo?

    What is the riding etiquette on a Sea-Doo?



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Environment

  • Riding Information
    Where can you ride a Sea-Doo?

    Where can you ride a Sea-Doo?



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