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We consider ourselves lucky at Sea-Doo. Not only do we get to share the most fun experience you can have on the water with our fans, but also get to do this on a global scale. Everyday we receive amazing shots from Sea-Doo watercraft owners telling us their favorite locations to ride. And, with summer in just a couple of weeks, we thought it was the perfect time to share them. So, the next time you’re thirsty for a different kind of get-away, consider a new destination that’s popular among the Sea-Doo family!
Dale Gnarwhale savors summer days riding the Sea-Doo SPARK down the largest natural lake in the western U.S. at Flathead Lake, Montana. This location is also known for the “monster” 50lb Lake trout.
If you’re looking to vacation in the mid-west, Bethany Stouder suggests the amazing views of the 800 miles of shoreline at Table Rock Lake in Missouri which she gets to ride on her Sea-Doo GTI SE 155.
For our friends up north, Jonathan Young gives us a quick peak at Bonavista Bay in Newfoundland, Canada from his Sea-Doo RXP-X 260 and GTR 215. The history and the heritage of the town and the geography of the location can be appreciated just as well from the water as it can be seen by land.
Maxime Thériault shares his view of the striking landscapes of the Saguenay River from the Sea-Doo GTR 215. Special to the mouth of the Saguenay is the four species of whale that call the river home. A major river of Quebec at 160km (100 mi), Maxime’s ride gets him from starting point to end where he can pull the throttle or use touring mode to soak in the views.
Of course, we can’t forget our friends down south of the equator. And, while they’re just coming into their winter months. Our fans in Australia are known to ride all year long now matter how chilly it gets. Jeffrey Priddis gives us a little look at his ride in the quaint, coastal town of Mylestom in New South Wales, Australia.
Sea-Doo WAKE 155 owner Jeremie Hadjibeyli rides an incredibly unique island. Raiatea, known as The Sacred Island in French Polynesia is centrally located and the protected lagoon makes the island one of the best for water-sports.
Just one of the great benefits of owning a Sea-Doo watercraft is the lifetime of fun memories that you and your family will enjoy not to mention the ease of use that they provide. Next time that you’re in a vacation planning rut, check out these locations for some inspiration for a trip that your family will never forget.