Video montage of dealers drag racing the Yamaha VXR, Yamaha FZR and Sea-Doo RXT-X at recent demo event. Lots of fun for the dealers who were very impressed that the Yamaha VXR (without a Supercharger) consistently beat the Sea-Doo supercharged model.
2011 Yamaha FZR
From holeshot to edge-to-edge riding, there's nothing on the water that
even comes close. Engineered specifically for racing enthusiasts, the
FZR's NanoXcel hull is not only exceedingly lightweight, but it is also
exceptionally nimble, offering precision high-speed cornering control and
edge-holding capabilities. Complemented by a powerful 1812cc Super High
Output, supercharged and intercooled Yamaha Marine Engine, the FZR boasts
the kind of aggressive performance that helped Chris MacClugage and Amy
Green grab the Men's and Women's APBA National Championships last year.
2012 Yamaha FX Cruiser SHO
Your search for perfection ends here. Full-featured, comfortable and roomy,
the all-new FX Cruiser SHO provides an improved riding experience aboard a
bold and revolutionary new platform. The remarkably lightweight NanoXcel
hull is now longer, offering better handling to deliver the most stable
ride in the industry, while an instantly-activated mechanical neutral
enables this craft to start in place and ease around the dock. Everyone
aboard will enjoy spectacular views of the water thanks to the first true
three-person Cruiser® seat delivering the industry's only theater-style
seating. The perfect 3-passenger luxury riding experience, period.
RIDE REPORTS - Sea-Doo RXT-X 260 with VIPS
The Ride Reports Crew ventured to Lake Havasu, Arizona to put the new
Sea-Doo RXT-X 260 through its paces with PWC Offshore racing legend Billy
Womack and acclaimed PWC writer and photographer Jeff Hain.
Dolphin Watercraft under water fly aqua scooter jet ski Seabreacher
Seabreacher Australia is a very personalised company. Our aim is to provide
the latest in Seabreacher submersible watercraft technology to our
Our company’s goal is to bring the unique experience of underwater flight
to Australian waters in the most safe, and reliable of submersible
watercrafts. Seabreacher watercraft have been in development for over ten
years, pushing the limits of what people can do in the water: diving,
jumping, rolling, porpoising, and other amazing aquabatic tricks. All of
which can be now achieved within the safety and comfort of a dry, sealed
Seabreacher Australia Pty Ltd is the only authorised distributor of
Seabreacher watercraft in Australia. Our website showcases this amazing
range of watercraft.
The Seabreacher X is the latest and most advanced submersible watercraft
that we have built to date: This exciting new version is based on the
dolphin-inspired Seabreacher J, but it has a more aggressive Shark-style
body. The X model also steps up the performance envelope with a 260hp
supercharged engine, propelling the vessel to a top speed of 43 Knots (80
km/h) on the surface and 22 Knots (40 km/h) below.
The Seabreacher X can sustain high speed dives below the water and then
breach the surface, launching the entire vessel clear out of the water. The
new fully vectored thrust system mimic the tail articulation of real
aquatic animals like sharks and dolphins. The custom tuned Exhaust system also gives the vessel a more
throaty growl as it tears across the surface.
Some other high tech features: a snorkel mounted video camera transmits
live video to LCD screens for the pilot and passenger during dives, GPS
navigation, and on board stereo system with iPod docking.
DRAG RACE - FERRARI 430 versus 2009 Sea-Doo RXP-X in Everglades
PROJECT - SPEED RACER - In the spirit of myth busters, Professor WakeDoo
conducted an experiment to clarify the claims of the 2009 Sea-Doo RXP-X
being able to out accelerate a Ferrari 430 to 50 mph. The Professor
recruited two of the best racers in the southest, Dustin Farthing and Eric
Lagopoulos and brought them to an undisclosed location in the Florida
Everglades to put these two machines to the test.
PROJECT COMPLETE CIRCUIT - James Bushell aboard 2011 Sea-Doo at World Finals
In this world nothing is complete until it concludes a full circuit.
WakeDoo Laboratories recruited 2010 PRO STOCK PWC racing World Champion
James Bushell from the UK to complete a full circuit as fast as he could
aboard the 2011 Sea-Doo RXT-X aS high performance watercraft with 260 hp
and adjustable suspension. Bushell won the 2010 Sea-Doo X-TEAM Bounty event
during this experiment.