Live to ride

It’s a big world out there.
How will you discover it?

Feel the Sea-Doo difference

What sets Sea-Doo apart? Innovations. Industry firsts. Influential technology. All it takes is one ride to understand what makes a Sea‑Doo special. What drives us to be the best? We’re inspired by our riders.


Big deck, massive possibilities

Using our platform for good

The industry’s most stable platform and a larger-than-average swim deck makes Sea‑Doo personal watercraft ideal for relaxing or tow sports. Plus, it’s easier to get back on the craft from the water.

Starting from the bottom

The most stable watercraft in the industry

It all starts with a strong base. The Sea‑Doo’s bottom lives beneath the water level rather than at the surface, providing superior stability during a ride or when trying to climb back on from any angle.

A Sea-Doo for every rider

There’s a ride for your syle

Meet the most complete product line on the water. A supercharged performance ride at an entry-level price? Check. The angler’s dream watercraft? That’s the FishPro. Simply put, there's a Sea‑Doo for everyone.

Customize your ride

Custom built

The Sea-Doo Life looks different for everyone

Your ride, the way you want

Each ride is a story. Whether you like endless fun, adventure or prefer quiet moments, there's a Sea-Doo model for you. Ride your own story by customizing your Sea-Doo personal watercraft. Your journey awaits.


Switch wins 2022 Boat of the Year

What made the Sea-Doo Switch Boating Magazine’s 2022 Boat of the Year? One word: accessibility. The Switch garnered high praise for its competitive price, easy docking and flexible layout.

Explorer Pro 170 wins the day

And the award goes to… the Explorer Pro 170! Our vehicle takes home a 2023 Miami Innovation Award in the Personal Watercraft category for long-haul adventure excellence that is redefining the market.

FishPro Trophy reels one in

For the Trophy, a trophy. The 2022 Miami Innovation Award for Personal Watercraft belongs to our FishPro Trophy, which scores a big catch on its “viability of pounding the open waters,” according to a judge.

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