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READY FOR THE SUNSHINE STATE

FLORIDA TESTED. FLORIDA TRUSTED.

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Reliability

  • 3-year warranty.
  • The closed loop cooling system protects your engine from corrosive saltwater.
  • Higher owner satisfaction than Yamaha.*
  • Best value – dollar for dollar

  • The fun starts at $5,399. A $1,400 savings over Yamaha.**
  • The best fuel efficiency and low cost of maintenance. When combined, save up to $300 per year.
  • Comfort and convenience

  • Confidence inspiring control and comfort with the Ergolock seat.
  • The first on the water braking system now in its 3rd generation – iBR.
  • Performance and Sport Fishing

  • The RXT-X 300 sprints from 0-60 MPH in 3.6 seconds beating the GP1800***.
  • The SPARK is 170 lbs lighter than the Yamaha EX. That’s like removing a passenger.**
  • The SPARK 3UP 90 HP has the same power to weight ratio as the Yamaha EXR.
  • First PWC outfitted from the factory for recreational fishing.
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  • Sea-Doo has been the number one watercraft brand around the world 24 of the last 25 years.
  • John Moffat set the record for continuous distance on a watercraft by riding 11,565 miles on a stock Sea-Doo GTX 155.
  • Jeremy Burfoot set the world for longest distance travelled on a watercraft in 24-hours at 1421 miles on a Sea-Doo GTX.
  • A National Geographic writer rode a Sea-Doo GTX watercraft across the Bering Strait from the US to Russia.
  • SEE THE DIFFERENCE

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    *Based on internal customer research
    **Based on information found on manufacturers website
    ***Based on BRP internal testing