Spring High Water Warning Tips for Jet Ski Riders

Spring High Water Warning Tips for Jet Ski Riders

Factors PWC Riders Must Consider In Spring High Water Conditions… Melting snow and seasonal rains often result in spring high water advisories and sometimes, flood warnings. Sea Doo, jet ski and Waverunner personal watercraft operators prepared and eager to get out for their first ride of the season need to be aware of how these conditions may affect their riding and take appropriate precautions. Not the least of these is to avoid operating your personal watercraft in water over flooded land. Generally, spring high water level is a good thing. Water tables rise, ground water gets replenished, waterways become more navigable, and more water’s available for everyone’s use and enjoyment throughout the summer and fall. But as with most anything …

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Best PWC Footwear Protects & Enhances Foot Comfort

Best PWC Footwear Protects & Enhances Foot Comfort

Discover Footwear To Prevent Sunburned, Cold, Clammy Feet on Sea Doo Tours… What’s my best PWC footwear while going on self guided Sea Doo tour on Sea Doo, jet ski or waverunner watercraft in Ontario and throughout Canada? Just like experienced riders and beginners, I’m looking for comfort, quick drainage & drying, plus material that keeps my feet warm or cool as needed. I also want decent traction against slipping, good protection from sun burning the tops of my feet, and soles thick enough to protect my feet while walking. My PWC footwear must also be easy on/off and not stink the place out after drying. Sounds like a tall order, doesn’t it? Finding proven products for Sea Doo riding can be a …

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Best Sea Doo Tour Advice For Enjoyable PWC Riding

Best Sea Doo Tour Advice For Enjoyable PWC Riding

Follow These Valuable Tips To Enhance Your PWC Ride Experience… I’ve had several people inquire about best Sea Doo tour advice for experienced riders like me on my Sea Doo GTX S 155 or beginners or renters on jet ski adventures. Whether single day or multi day like my best river rides or top 10 tours, it involves longer times and greater distances on the water than most people are used to, especially beginners. Typically, my Sea Doo, jet ski or waverunner PWC touring days are five or six hours of actual riding, with a couple more hours thrown in for rest, gas and food stops and other trip interruptions like locks or speed zones. We usually zip along at 40 or 50 miles …

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Good Reasons To Go Fall Sea Doo Riding

Good Reasons To Go Fall Sea Doo Riding

Why Extend Your Jet Ski Riding Into Autumn… What’s so great about fall Sea Doo riding? Many Sea Doo, jet ski and waverunner personal watercraft owners hang up their PFD’s after Labour Day. While I can appreciate that the last long weekend psychologically marks the end of summer for many people, anyone who puts their PWC away is missing some great fall Sea Doo riding in Ontario, be they experts or beginners. That’s why I usually keep my Sea Doo GTX S 155 going into October to revisit one of my best river rides or top 10 day tours. Fall Sea Doo Riding: Getting Warmer Whatever else may or may not be happening with climate change, one thing I’ve noticed …

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Dressing Warm For Riding Comfort Sea Doo Tours

Dressing Warm For Riding Comfort Sea Doo Tours

Discover How To Extend Your Riding Season by Dressing Warm…  How about Dressing Warm For Sea-Doo Tours? Over years of jet ski adventures, I’ve noticed that summer’s hanging in longer, often well into autumn. This can extend your Sea Doo, jet ski or waverunner personal watercraft riding season in Ontario and throughout Canada considerably, but experienced riders and beginners should be prepared for cooler mornings, fewer hours of daylight and falling water temperature. Here are five tips for dressing warm for cooler days and for fall Sea Doo riding. Most of this gear is not activity-specific and is available at good sports or outdoor stores – and also check out my other riding tips. Dressing Warm For Sea Doo Tours – Cover Up… With cooler mornings and …

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