The completely redesigned Sea-Doo GTI was recently named Watercraft Journal’s “Watercraft of the Year” for 2020.
It’s been real. While you’ve certainly thrown us a few of the best curveballs we’ve seen in quite a while, you’ve helped our riders rediscover the freedom we crave and the passion we have for the Sea-Doo Life. Here’s some of our best from this past year to remember us by. Yes, we’re breaking up. It’s not you, it’s us… no, wait, it’s definitely you!
You never know what adventures the Sea-Doo Life is going to put in your path. Rory Kramer and crew ultimate fun seekers took that to heart on one of the world’s most unique bodies of water – Lake Powell.
Simply stated, the goal of the new 2021 Sea-Doo RXP-X 300 was to redefine the high-performance watercraft riding experience. It needed to be more comfortable, more controlled and more confidence-inspiring without sacrificing the pure acceleration, speed and undeniable exhilaration riders crave every time the pull the throttle.
So, how did Sea-Doo engineer and design teams do on hitting their target? We put the latest Sea-Doo high-performance watercraft in the hands of our dealers and some of the most respected watercraft industry insiders to find out. After they put it through its paces, we’ll let their reactions do the talking.
It’s one thing to hear dealers hype up the newest watercraft on the market. Afterall, it’s their job to sell them in order to make a living. But that hype takes on a completely new level of meaning when some of the fiercest critics in the watercraft industry echo that hype. Watch and listen to the media reaction after they put the new RXP-X 300 to the test.
Want to learn more about the watercraft that is reshaping the high-performance market segment? Get all the details of the 2021 Sea-Doo RXP-X 300 here.
Billed as the new industry benchmark for high-performance watercraft, the 2021 Sea-Doo RXP-X 300 had the speed hungry adrenaline junkies salivating. Boasting an impressive array of race-ready specs and rider-inspired features it earned immediate praise from the media and industry insiders. The only question left: Would those claims and impressions hold up on the water?