Take In a Boat Show And Score Big With Sea-Doo

It’s time to get up close and personal with the 2018 Sea-Doo line up. BRP has completely revamped the 2018 models. A boat show is the perfect place to see what’s new with Sea-Doo. Visitors are welcome to listen to the new Bluetooth audio system with premium sound, check out the upgraded storage, and the newly designed rear platform. Five new models will be on display along with Sea-Doo gear. Head to a boat show near you and take a test ride. Try it before you buy it. We don’t think you’ll be disappointed. Click here for schedules, and other pertinent details. You can also fill out an entry form to win a Sea-Doo!

Winning a new watercraft would be an awesome way to start the new year.

Here’s a quick run down on Sea-Doo’s watercraft that will be on display: The Rec Lite category includes the Spark and the Spark Trixx. The Spark is the perfect entry level ride with its easy handling and lightweight build. It’s made for fun and it’s the most affordable ski on the market.

If you’d like a ski for the family, take a peek at the Recreation category. It’s a step up from the Spark and includes the GTS and GTI variations. The GTI Limited is a nice premium ski without a large price tag. A rider can choose to go all out with a Luxury model. The GTX has plenty of bells and whistles and the GTX Limited goes all out with additional features including a watercraft cover, USB port, removable dry bag, safety kit, depth finder, and much more.

If easy-going recreation isn’t your thing, maybe the Performance line is for you. It includes skis for racing, fishing, power and performance. There are many extras available for this line from a large swim platform that is stable enough for stand up fishing to an ultimate offshore performance watercraft. This line is built for adventure. Sea-Doo also brings out a new Tow Sports line. The Wake package includes the Retractable Ski Pylon, Ski Mode, and Wakeboard Rack.

Click here to read the complete story and gallery of Sea-Doo’s 2018 line up. This way you’ll be better prepared for the show and have your questions ready for the reps.

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An avid mountain and bodyboarder who lives by "if you don't go, you'll never know," with an affinity for wildlife and animal rescue; surf forecasting is a huge part of Ocean's life and was a winner in Red Bull's Project Swell several years ago. The 2014 LB2CAT was her first jet ski competition and can't wait to do it again!


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    linkman 16 January, 2018 at 11:26 Reply

    “Click here to read the complete story and gallery of Sea-Doo’s 2018 line up.”

    Broken link on the ‘click here.’ It currently points to user oceanpriselac’s drive.

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    Carl D. 21 January, 2018 at 02:15 Reply

    I went to Sea-Doo to check out the GTS and GTI, when you build out the GTS and click on color and engine, iBR is included. That’s the same as a GTI but cheaper. Not sure if that’s correct or not.

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    Ocean 21 January, 2018 at 07:58 Reply

    Yes, Carl you are correct, the GTS is less expensive. The GTS has a base price of $7,699. The GTI’s base price is $8,899.

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