The Sea-Doo Spark weighs about 180kg so it is very light, it can be picked up by two people, and can be towed by a fairly small vehicle like a Ford Fiesta or even a Mini, which is why it is ideal for families.
The Sea-Doo Spark is ideal for the whole family, it comes in all colours, and can be driven by children as well as adults. They’re just as capable as the bigger jet skis but they’re not so aggressive. They are affordable and many people are buying two, for example, one for the parents and one for the kids. The Sea-Doo Spark is great because you can buy one without breaking the bank, whereas it is difficult to find a decent second-hand jet ski for less than £5000. The whole family can get into the sport straight away, with a warranty and a great bit of kit from day one.
The Sea-Doo Spark is so named because it’s resparking the industry by making jet skis affordable.
You can buy one of these brand new for £4,999 including VAT and a two year warranty. It contains a four stroke triple engine which will propel you about 50mph, you can tow a ringo, a skier or a weight-boarder, and it’s great fun for the whole family. As long as you’re on a lake and it’s endorsed to tow then there’s no legal worries, for example you can come to our lake at Tattershall and off you go.
We went to the London Boat Show and it was fantastic, we sold lots of Sea-Doo Sparks straight off the stand. Thanks to the Sea-Doo Spark, lots of new jet skiers have got completely into the sport.
It’s not just the price that makes these jet skis so successful, they are really stylish and very stable. The Sea-Doo Sparks are massively economical, they burn about 8 litres of fuel an hour, which is unheard of in the jet ski industry. They are very reliable when it comes to longevity, due to the four stroke engine, and they also have a proven road tax engine.
Additionally, they are 100% recyclable, but hopefully if you buy one you won’t be planning on recycling it!
This is the most fuel-efficient engine on the market. It allows the Sea-Doo Spark to reach a top speed of 40mph and uses just 1.94 gallons of fuel per hour.
This is one way to spend Christmas! Possibly not here in the UK though!