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THEY SAID WHAT? Personalwatercraft.com reviewed the Sea-Doo WAKE 155 and commented that “many serious riders – particularly the wakeskate crowd – actually prefer a PWC over a monster tow boat.Why? PWC are certainly inexpensive, cheap to run, and easy to tow, but they’re also small and maneuverable. They get up close to obstacles without sending them rocking, deftly maneuver around hit-filled parks, and get into shallower areas where bigger towboats fear to tread.

2014 SEA-DOO WAKE 155_ACTION7The 2014 Sea-Doo WAKE models are designed to deliver years of watersports fun for families and professionals alike. BRP’s Sea-Doo WAKE watercraft offer unmatched versatility by providing a first-class pull and exhilarating ride perfect for both beginner and professional boarders, skaters and tow sport enthusiasts. Learning to ride behind an iControl technologies-equipped Sea-Doo watercraft is easier, less intimidating, and more economical than behind a traditional powerboat. Both WAKE models are available with the exclusive Intelligent Throttle Control (iTC) system and include the exclusive speed-based Ski Mode to fit wake boarders’ and wake skaters’ needs. This exclusive feature is engineered to make every driver an expert driver with the ability to program the acceleration curve and target speed for a consistent, perfect pull every time.

The WAKE 155 model is ideal for the rider who tends to take short day trips on smaller bodies of water, is nimble, versatile in moderate chop and includes room for up to three riders. In addition to Ski mode, this model includes iControl and ECO mode. It features class-leading comfort and storage with 116.6 litres (30.8 US gallons) of usable space. The WAKE 155 comes equipped with a large swim platform with a fold-down reboarding step, mirrors, and the watercraft industry’s only WAKE package including; Ski mode, retractable ski pylon with three positions and spotter handles, removable board rack and exclusive WAKE graphics.

The 2014 Sea-Doo WAKE 155 is the preferred watercraft of Team Nike wake skater Nick Taylor. Taylor favors the WAKE 155 model for its economical operation and shallow water capabilities versus traditional boats and also its quick turnarounds and pick-ups thanks to the exclusive iBR system. Reliability is perhaps the most important standard feature for Taylor as he has amassed over 670 hours of saltwater use on his WAKE 155 watercraft over the past five years, an amount that would take the average owner over 19 years to accumulate.

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