June 18, 2018

Sea Doo GTX Limited 300BRP was awarded another accolade for the Sea-Doo GTX Limited as the new watercraft was named ‘Ski of the Year’ by the Watercraft Superstore and www.PWCToday.com. The new Sea-Doo GTX Limited was also named Best in Class among all luxury watercraft and comes on the heels of winning the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) Innovation Award. The luxury flagship GTX Limited model redefines the premium personal watercraft with extended capabilities that enhance the rider experience.

“Kudos to Sea-Doo for rethinking the limits of a personal watercraft,” noted Watercraft Superstore/PWCToday.com “In the end, Sea-Doo’s comfort, ergonomics and abundant features (on the GTX Limited) carried the day,”

“We are honoured to have the Sea-Doo GTX Limited named watercraft of the year, ” said Marc R. Lacroix, Global Marketing Director for Sea-Doo and Ski-Doo at BRP. “The GTX is a new benchmark in the luxury segment thanks to the new 3-seater platform that delivers an enhanced experience onboard. Customers are truly delighted with this new for 2018 model.”

The revolutionary new platform on the Sea-Doo GTX Limited delivers a premium on-board experience. Ground-breaking innovation is found throughout, including three industry firsts: a cargo compartment designed for easy access from a seated position, a waterproof Bluetooth sound system, and modular LinQ accessory system. The GTX Limited also has industry-leading stability and control for the best experience both at speed and at rest.

For more information on the award-winning Sea-Doo GTX Limited and full line of Sea-Doo watercraft, accessories, and riding gear, visit www.sea-doo.com

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