In a world of personal water craft (PWCs) that are all more or less the same, Sea-Doo has developed a model that’s almost not a PWC at all. It’s a water bike with a windshield that looks like it was borrowed from Ski-Doo snowmobiles, and an engine position that makes it feel much more like a boat.
The 2024 SPARK TRIXX has a lot to offer riders and it’s a great option for those looking for a head-turning ride that can also be used for riding with passengers. The new Spark has a number of new features that make it more comfortable to ride and more functional.
Sea-Doo has updated its flagship SPARK platform with a new hull that’s wider and taller. The bigger hull is supposed to improve stability while underway and it’s also supposedly able to handle higher top speeds without any performance sacrifices.
Another new feature is the redesigned re-boarding ladder that’s taller and wider with a handle for easier use. It’s easy to install and remove for storage, too. It’s the cargo system that really sets the Explorer Pro apart though and it adds a lot of versatility to what this machine can do on the water. Some of the new cargo options are even compatible with Sea-Doo’s sister line of snowmobiles for those who ride both.
There’s no place you can’t go with the Sea-Doo Explorer Pro and one jerrycan of gas can get you about 110 miles depending on conditions. That’s more than enough for a day of river riding or island hopping in either hot or cold weather. seadoo jetski