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Sea-Doo Pushes Innovation and Rider Experience with More Horsepower

Sea-Doo continues to push the boundaries to create unforgettable memories on water, with the model year 2024 Sea-Doo product lineups. Sea-Doo is revving up the waves for adrenaline seekers who love the thrill of acceleration, by offering the new class leading 325hp Sea-Doo RXP-X/RXT-X and what should be an Aussie favourite the 300hp Sea-Doo GTR-X. In the pontoon category, the award-winning Sea-Doo Switch, which took the world by storm two years ago will now be available with some subtle refinements as well as upgraded technologies.

The 2024 Sea-Doo RXP-X features a class leading supercharged 325 hp Rotax 1630 ACE engine, delivering a 0-60 mph time below 3.4 seconds.

“Our commitment to relentless innovation, continued refinement and creating industry leading experiences has been our guiding light to deliver the most comprehensive lineup of personal watercraft and pontoons in the industry,” says James Heintz, Director of Global Product Strategy, Sea-Doo & Marine Group at BRP. “In addition to revolutionary watercraft, we also know that owners look to personalise their experience. Our accessory teams have worked hand in hand with our vehicle engineers to launch 25 new on-water accessories for our entire lineup that cater to unparalleled days on the water.”

Record Breaking Performance from World Leading Engine Innovation

The industry’s highest performing watercraft platform just got faster with the introduction of the 325 hp Sea-Doo RXP-X/RXT-X. Featuring the world’s highest horsepower and fastest accelerating PWC engine right out of the box, the supercharged 325 hp Rotax 1630 ACE, the RXP-X has an eye watering 0-60 mph time below 3.4 seconds and the highest PWC horsepower to weight ratio in the industry for ultimate buoy course performance creating a breathtaking experience on the water. When riding off-shore, riders can consider the RXT-X, which features the same 325 hp Rotax engine but fully configured for offshore speed, stability and control. X-Performance features found on the RXP-X and RXT-X include X-sponsons, polished impeller, extended VTS and launch control.

The Rebirth of the Accessible, High-Performance Watercraft

The launch of the new GTR-X marks the rebirth of accessible high performance PWCs with its supercharged Rotax 1630 300 hp ACE engine. Featuring an impressive power-to-weight ratio, coupled with the fun characteristics of its hull; the GTR-X is a perfect fit for adrenaline seekers and families looking for a mix of performance, versatility and price accessibility.

For adrenaline seekers expecting breathtaking acceleration, an extended VTS, launch control and polished impeller help to achieve a 0-60 mph time of around 4 seconds. Putting riders in the right spot to handle that type of acceleration are low-rise handlebars, an exclusive Ergolock 2 piece racing seat, angled footwell wedges and the GTR hull, which delivers even more playful and nimble handling while remaining stable and predictable.

Spending large amounts of time on the water on a GTR-X is easy with the larger fuel tank, swim platform with LinQ compatibility and spacious seating. Extensive storage also enhances time on the water.

Refinement to Maximise Unforgettable Days on the Water

The award-winning Sea-Doo Switch family of pontoon boats have made huge waves since being introduced just a few years ago with the fun, accessible and adaptive boating experience they bring to the marine industry. During the course of those years, it has become very apparent that owners enjoy customising their Switch’s to fulfill their needs out on the water. At 21 feet long and powered by 230 hp, the new Switch Cruise enhances the cruising experience and will host a range of improved technologies and design elements. Sea-Doo Switch Cruise comes with a galvanised trailer and includes updates such as a full swim platform that will make the whole family comfortable and happy.

Ongoing evolution of Sea-Doo’s iconic Rec-Lite offering

Recognising the Spark platform’s role in single-handedly growing the whole personal watercraft industry, this evolution continues with the global announcement of the next generation 2024 Sea-Doo Spark, featuring carefully curated refinements that respect every ounce of the iconic Spark DNA. These lightweight and nimble units are perfect for someone who’s getting their first taste of the Sea-Doo Life. The Spark range lets you maximise your on-water fun with flashy looks, and nimble and peppy handling.

The new Sea-Doo Spark is set to take the fun that can be had on a PWC to a new level with the progression of its design that is both playful and functional. Spark remains visually distinct with an evolution of its appearance featuring smoother lines all around easing side and rear reboarding. Redesigned front arms give the Spark a fresh look from the front. A variety of seat options ensure the Spark and Spark Trixx are a perfect option for 1, 2 or 3 riders. Safety is a huge priority and Sea-Doo’s Intelligent Brake and Reverse (iBR) system is now standard across all Spark models, providing improved control and manoeuvrability to riders. Spark Trixx has a new Trixx mode that helps unlock more tricks while the 1up Freestyle seat and integrated footwell wedges provide seamless side-to-side and front-to-rear movement, making it easier for stand-up riding and trying fresh freestyle manoeuvres.

Customisation is a very important part of the Sea-Doo Spark experience. For its evolution, the team has taken it to another level, incorporating more LinQ lite locations than before. Riders now have up to 6 possible locations to add accessories such as action camera holders to capture their experience.

Sea-Doo lineup for living the Sea-Doo Life

Sea-Doo has the right vehicles, apparel, and accessories to ensure the whole family makes the most out of their time on the water, creating memories that will last a lifetime. For more technical details and product specs, as well as information about the complete lineup of Sea-Doo personal watercraft and pontoon boats, visit

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