Sea-Doo Launches Clean Sea Project In Time for Earth Day


This weekend Sea-Doo will be celebrating Earth Day in a special way. They will be launching what they call Sea-Doo Clean Sea Project – a shoreline/island clean-up effort.

The event will begin at 9 AM ET on Saturday April 21 at two Florida locations; Miami Marine Stadium in Miami and Maximo Park in St. Petersburg. The clean-up effort is aimed at keeping waterways trash-free so that everyone can enjoy nature’s beauty.

It will be sponsored by Sea-Doo and powered by volunteers consisting of local riders and personal watercraft clubs including Jet Ski Junkies, South Florida Riders, Florida Jet Riders, and Tampa PWC Club.

In conjunction with its 50th anniversary, Sea-Doo is continuing its environmentally responsible innovation and embraces the opportunity to start an environmental responsibility movement.

According to Sea-Doo, “BRP envisions that the Clean Sea project will become an annual event that will eventually expand from a local Florida program to a worldwide initiative, one that will continue through the next 50 years and beyond.”

The location and time details at each area will be as follows:

DATE AND TIME: Saturday, 21 April 2018, 9AM start time with 12/1PM ET trash drop-off window.

TAMPA/ST. PETERSBURG MEET UP AND DEBRIS DROP OFF LOCATION: – Trash bags, Gloves, and Event Hat will be provided to first 100 PWC volunteers. 
Maximo Park – South West Point Beach
Pinellas Point Dr. South & Sunshine Skyway Ln S.
St. Petersburg, FL 33711

MIAMI MEET UP LOCATIONS: – Trash bags, Gloves, and Event Hat will be provided to first 100 PWC volunteers. 
Key Biscayne Boat Ramp
4000 Crandon Blvd.
Key Biscayne, FL 33149

Watson Island Park
1050 MacArthur Causeway.
Miami, FL 33132

MIAMI DEBRIS DROP OFF LOCATION: 
Miami Marine Stadium – slightly west of historic grandstands.
3501 Rickenbacker Causeway
Key Biscayne, FL 33711

For more details on this event, visit blog.sea-doo.com.

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Brice Leckrone

Brice is a Mechanical Engineer for 33% of the day and a PWC enthusiast for 100% of the day. When he is not at work or at the farmhouse with his wife and countless animals, he likes to be on the water. Having evolved from motorcycles and race cars that go way too fast for a married man, he now likes to ride watercraft that go way too fast for a married man.

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