Let’s look at where you can board the SWITCH pontoons. There’s a standard front door on all models that allows for easy boarding and unloading from a T-design dock configuration. SWITCH Cruise and Sport models also come with a swim platform and a folding stern bench that creates a second point easily gain boarding access.
So, why not add more access points? It’s a fair question, and one that will be constantly evaluated, just as every aspect of Sea-Doo SWITCH always is. The more doors you add, the more you limit the SWITCH versatility and adaptability. The thinking is that adding the door, eliminates a spot you could move a seat, table, speaker, or other modular SWITCH accessory. Suddenly the onboard adaptability of the SWITCH is diminished to some extent. And that’s something Sea-Doo designers did not want to compromise on, so every customer could experience it to the max.