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Sea-Doo watercraft are arguably the most versatile vessel in the world and award winning Boating Magazine writer, David Seidman has made it his personal quest to prove this. Seidman has ridden Sea-Doo GTX watercraft from Alaska to Russia via the Bering Straight, fished for marlin in the gulf stream aboard a three seater and now wake skating on Smokey Mountain waters no boat has touched before.
Seidman coined the working title of his latest article “Get off Your Asphalt” to exemplify the possibilities of taking Sea-Doo watercraft where traditional boats simply can’t get to. Joining him on this adventure was the Nike Wakeskate team duo of Ben Horan and Yan Lecomte to a REMOTE location that normal tow vehicles could not reach. The tow vehicle for this, “over the mountain and through the woods…” trek would be the advanced and powerful Can-Am Commander XT side-x-side vehicle towing the official on-water tow vehicle of the Nike wakeskate team, the Sea-Doo WAKE 155 watercraft. These were the tools for the project deep in the mountains of North Carolina. During their adventure they found themselves searching for water, challenged by mud, fallen trees, diverse terrain, and thrilled to discover virgin waters, perfect for wakeskating.
Read all about how BRP is the ultimate recreational adventure makers in this month’s issue of Boating Magazine, or read the full story online at Off-Road Boating Adventure. Thanks to Boating Magazine for showing boating adventure beyond the norm.