There are plenty of choices when it comes to choosing a seadoo jetski, and it all starts with figuring out what you’re going to use it for. There are three basic types of jet skis – one seat/standing, two seats and three seats – with the three-seaters being better suited for larger groups. If you’re planning on taking kids out with you, then you’ll want to consider the three-seaters as they are safer and will provide more stability in choppier conditions.
The 2024 RXT-X is a performance Sea-Doo that’s touring-orientated and uses the proven ST3 hull for excellent stability, predictable handling and tight turns. Sea-Doo’s narrow Ergolock seat with knee pads adds comfort, while the adjustable X-sponsons, extended VTS and launch control make it easier to get the most out of this ski.
Sea-Doo’s LinQ cargo system offers plenty of snap-on stowage options that attach at the aft end of the seat. For example, you can add a fuel caddy or a cooler to the space and create a mini dinette on the rear platform for lunch. The free section of the seat can also be removed to reduce weight.
Sea-Doo’s iBR brake and iTC throttle controls make operating the GTX Limited 300 a breeze for riders of any skill level. Plus, the OPAS off-power assisted steering and Learning Key systems add to the convenience for new riders.