Must Do Activities With Your Sea Doo

Must Do Activities With Your Sea Doo


If you have a Sea Doo, you know it’s an incredible machine. The only thing that can top riding your Sea Doo is taking another rider on the water with you. 

If you’re not sure where to start, these are some of my favorite activities to do while enjoying my Sea Doo with friends and family.

Find a good riding partner.

Another thing you’ll need to do is find a good riding partner. You don’t want someone who doesn’t know how to ride their Sea Doo, or that doesn’t understand that this is a shared resource and not their own personal watercraft.

A good riding partner will be patient when you’re learning, or just in general. If the person doesn’t have patience for your questions and your mistakes then they might not make the best riding partner!

The last thing I would say about finding a good riding partner is that they should respect others around them as well as respect property and wildlife.

Maintain your Sea Doo.

Keeping your Sea Doo in good working order is important to ensure that you and your family have a fun time out on the water. You should follow these tips to make sure that your Sea Doo is always clean and running smoothly:

  • Clean the body of your Sea Doo with soap and water when necessary, being careful not to get any cleaning products on any electrical parts.
  • Wax your Sea Doo regularly with car wax to protect it from damage and corrosion caused by salt water or pollution.
  • Change the oil every year, or after every six times you’ve taken your Sea Doo out onto the water if possible. This helps prevent engine wear over time (and prevents you from having to pay for expensive repairs). If possible, put synthetic oil instead of regular petroleum-based motor oil—it lasts longer without getting hot as much as other types do!
  • Check all belts for cracks or tears; replace them immediately if they’re starting to wear down too quickly (this could cause serious problems later). Check hoses for similar issues—also replace if necessary!

Must Do Activities With Your Sea DooLearn the basics first.

First off, you need to understand how your Sea Doo is going to work. You need to be able to handle the controls and know how to stop it, turn it and back up. Using your throttle and steering wheel it’s pretty easy. 

The throttle is on the left handlebar with a separate button for reverse (in case you want to go backwards). To turn left or right just pull up or push down on the bar that’s connected between both handles. You’ll find yourself turning more often than not so make sure you’re comfortable doing this when starting out!

To learn all these things just take your Sea Doo out of the Water and Practice driving around in an open area until you feel like they’re second nature then get back into some waves!

Master wake jumping.

  • You need a good wakeboard.
  • Learn how to do it. That’s part of the challenge!
  • Don’t try to jump the wake until you are confident in your ability to land on it safely and smoothly, especially if there is another boat behind you in case things go wrong (and they will). If you can’t land safely, don’t attempt the jump, or risk damaging yourself or others around you.
  • Don’t try to jump the wake if you are tired or drunk; even if your skills are sharp enough for perfect execution of this maneuver when sober, there’s nothing worse than trying something difficult while feeling exhausted or tipsy (and paying for mistakes made while intoxicated).

We hope you enjoyed this article and were able to get some ideas for your next adventure in the water.

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