Parry Sound Sea Doo Tour on Georgian Bay Ontario

Parry Sound Sea Doo Tour on Georgian Bay Ontario

Ride from Waubaushene to Parry Sound Amid 30,000 Islands… This Parry Sound Sea Doo tour launches from Bridgeview Marine in Waubaushene, Ontario. From there, the return ride is about 170 kilometres (106 miles). Previously, I’ve ridden and written about a slightly longer Southern Georgian Bay ride from Sparrow Lake to Parry Sound (Passing through three locks on this route can add several hours to your ride time). Please refer to article for more details and tips. But I also wanted to provide info to Sea Doo watercraft, jet ski and waverunner riders on this shorter ride. It’s a good option for other recreational boaters. It’s also a smart alternative when your time is limited, daylight hours are shorter, or lock …

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Trailering Mistakes You Can Avoid While Towing

Trailering Mistakes You Can Avoid While Towing

Here’s How To Prevent Some Common Trailering Mistakes … This is a story about my trailering mistakes. Hopefully, other personal watercraft riders and recreational boaters can learn from my mishaps and from my best PWC trailering tips… Over the years, I’ve towed my Triton Trailer tens of thousands of kilometres to get to my Sea Doo watercraft to the next waterway or or my Ski Doo snowmobiles to the best snow. In all of that time, I can count on one hand my trailering mistakes. I’m not too proud to admit most resulted from operator error. In other words, I screwed up… In one trailering mistake, I mustn’t have had my trailer hitch firmly seated on the ball of my …

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Meet The Intrepid Cottager

Meet The Intrepid Cottager

So who is The Intrepid Cottager? If you’ve ever wondered about Sea Doo tours, you’ve come to the right place! HI, I’m Craig Nicholson. I’m an avid Sea-Doo rider and powersports journalist from Canada – and this is my PWC website. This is where I blog regularly during the summer about my personal adventures and opinions. I’ve been riding Sea-Doo watercraft since the ‘90’s. I started out as a cottager who got one for playing on my lake. But I quickly realized how much more my Sea-Doo would add to my summer if I went exploring. Now I usually ride about 100 hours each season. That usually works out to between 2,500 to 3,000 kilometres (1,500 to 1,800 miles) of sheer pleasure! As …

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