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These Are The Best Jet-Skis To Buy, 2019

For every water sports lover, having a personal watercraft that promises a thrilling adventure every time you hit the beach is a serious affair. Shopping for jet-ski can be stressful as you have to take in consideration various factors hull design, engine, seating capacity, storage capacity, and so on. To make things easy for you, we have compiled a guide of different kinds of jet-skis that can suit your requirements.

  1. Sea-Doo Spark ($5,900).
    Sea-Doo Spark is one of the affordable options in the market, with a price tag of $5,499. It is light-weight and weighs only 405 pounds and can accommodate 2 to 3 persons. It has a compact and sleek design which makes it easy to handle. This jet-ski comes with a fast-accelerating Rotax 900 ACE engine with as Rotax 900 HO ACE option. The Spark boasts of a fuel-efficient engine which promises longer rides.

  2. Yamaha WaveRunner EX Sport.
    This jet-ski is priced around $7,800 and comes in the same design as that of the Sea-Doo Spark. It is facilitated with three-cylinder and four-stroke TR-1 engine which as fuel capacity of 13.2 gallons. Yamaha Ex Sport is crafted to allow space for up to three people on board.

  3. Kawasaki Jet Ski STX-I5F.
    Kawasaki watercraft are known for their impeccable performance and exceptional stability. This jet-ski is equipped with a four-cylinder and four-stroke engine that comes with excellent hull design, ample storage space, and a comfortable seat for three. It has a Kawasaki smart steering system which compromises of smart learning operation mode that makes learning for beginners easy. Kawasaki Jet Ski STX-I5F costs around $9,700 and delivers much more than it promises.

  4. Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra 310X.
    This versatile jet-ski is suitable for both, leisurely rides and adventurous racing. It comes with four-cylinder, four-stroke engine with 20.6 gallons of capacity for fuel. Ultra 310X has a unique deep V-shaped body which ensures excellent performance in rough waters. Like STX-I5F, this jet-ski also facilitates smooth riding for beginners with Kawasaki smart steering system and smart learning operation mode. Furthermore, it sports an adjustable handlebar that provides excellent grip and more control. Priced at $15,300, this jet-ski model boasts of most abundant storage space of 56 gallons that lets you carry more consumables.

  5. Yamaha WaveRunner FX Cruiser SVHO.
    Yamaha WaveRunner FX Cruiser SVHO is one of the most high-performing jet-skis with exclusive features with a price tag of 16,200 USD. It sports four-stroke, four-cylinder Super Vortex High Output engine with a fuel capacity of 18.5 gallons and storage capacity of 44 gallons. It has hull crafted from top-class material and has a comfy seat which is made for two but can accommodate three people. Unlike other jet-skis this watercraft sports touch-screen interface, that has intuitive drive control along with security mode. Moreover, it has a dash with a multi-mount system that allows you to mount a wireless speaker or GPS fish finder.

Whether you want high-end jet-ski with peak performance for exhilarating water sports or a simple machine for fun ride in sea, you can find all the options in the above article with a wide price range.

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Ryan Miller
Ryan Miller is a Senior Economist and Alternate Executive Editor at CEOWORLD magazine. He specializes in global finance, labor laws, international banking, public financial management, fiscal policy, and applied microeconomics. In his current role, he oversees the production of special reports, profiles, and lists for the magazine. Prior to this, he was an Advisor to the Editor-in-Chief for one year. Before that, he served as the lead economist for Central America (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama), Europe, and Central Asia in the magazine's news division. Ryan has extensive experience in economic forecasting, surveillance, and providing economic policy advice.

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