Lake Life: How to Choose the Right Sea Doo Model for You

 Are you trying to figure out how to have fun on the lake with a water craft? Read this article to learn more about choosing the right sea doo model.

 Getting ready for the summer holiday means collecting equipment for water activities. If you are looking to purchase your own Sea-Doo model, you'll save a ton on rental fees. 

Sea-Doo shopping can be a little intimidating. There are many different models, accessories, and gear. Before browsing for your new Sea-Doo, make sure to reflect on what you are looking for. There are some key questions that can narrow down your search. 

To figure out which Sea-Doo is right for you, check out the guidelines below.  

What Is Your Budget?

The most important factor when looking for a new Sea-Doo is your budget. Deciding your budget will determine which models are within or out of reach. A new Sea-Doo can cost under $4,000, over $16,000, or anywhere in between. However, if you're in love with a particular model, you can look for used versions to cut down the cost. 

Of course, be wary of any deal that sounds too good to be true. A cheap, used Sea-Doo could be prone to breakdowns and Sea-Doo repair will add to the overall cost.

Don't forget that personal watercraft insurance, or at least liability insurance, is required in many states. Make sure to factor this cost into your budget as well.

What Size Do You Need?

How many friends or family are you expecting to tote around on your new Sea-Doo. This is a practical question that can also affect the cost of your model. 

If you're planning to ride solo, a one-seater is a great option — mainly because they are often cheaper and faster. Still, you may want to opt for a two-seater in case you want to show off your new Sea-Doo. Sometimes it's nice to have company on the water. 

Some Sea-Doo models even come as three-seaters. These aren't cheap and they won't whip around like a one-seater. These are ideal for families or individuals with many water-loving friends. 

What Are You Using It For?

Why are you buying a Sea-Doo? What activities do you imagine yourself doing? Specific models are best for specific uses. Check out a few examples below. 

Water Sports

Do you intend to waterski or wakeboard with your new Sea-Doo? You'll want a safe model with plenty of room for extra safety gear.
 
It's best to opt for a three-seater that allows room for the driver, an observer, and the person partaking in the sport. If you don't want your insurance to skyrocket, make sure to take the right safety precautions.

Exploring

Do you want to spend an entire day exploring lakes or rivers on your Sea-Doo? You'll need a model that can last all day. Consider something with storage for supplies and bluetooth for entertainment. 

Fishing

Do you envision yourself relaxing and fishing on your new Sea-Doo? Storage space is a must for any fisherman. Additionally, a long, wide model will give you more room to maneuver and cast. 

Finding the Right Sea-Doo Model

There is no universal Sea-Doo model that is right for everyone. Each model suits different needs or interests. Use the criteria above to identify what features you want in your new Sea-Doo.

For more sports and recreation advice, make sure to check out our page. 
 
 
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