Sea-Doo 150 Speedster

Oct 19, 2013

Category: Rides

Love the maneuverability of a jet ski, but want the storage and sport activity capabilities offered from a small boat? Then the 4 passenger Sea-Doo 150 Speedster is right up your alley.

This water vessel has been packed with a Rotax supercharged 255 horsepower engine that helps the boat propel to 30 miles per hour in just 5.6 seconds, and a top speed of 58.3 MPH. The boat is also a breeze to maneuver, and turns on a dime. Let’s not forget that the 150 Speedster was designed for water sports, and has been packed full of storage for wakeboards, tools, first-aid kits, you name it. The back hatch even opens up to reveal a massive storage compartment for your safety equipment and vests.  The boat is equipped with a standard ski tow, swim platform with grab handles, optional tow tower, and a captain’s tray complete with auxiliary input and 12V charger for your smartphone. Watch the video below to see this thing in action.

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