Sea-Doo Spark Trixx Pulling off tricks with jet skis isn't easy. Sea-Doo's newest personal watercraft, however, wants to make it easier than ever.


Pulling off tricks with a jet ski is nothing new. Unless you’ve got serious skills, though, you’re probably bound to get in a few mishaps when trying to do fancy things while driving in water at high speeds. The Sea-Doo Spark Trixx changes that.

Unlike regular jet skis, this thing is designed to make performing tricks a more feasible affair for anyone. Sure, it will still require some skill, but it will no longer demand more athleticism than your less-than-football-player level of genetics can muster. Simply put, if you’ve tried doing tricks on jet skis before and failed miserably, this thing might offer your best shot of pulling them off.


To enable easier tricks, the Sea-Doo Spark Trixx comes with built-in step wedges, making it easier to gain a foothold on the machine during stand-up riding positions – a frequent resort when performing fancy moves. It also gets an extended range variable trim system, which lets you adjust how high you can raise the nose of the jet ski, as well as how deep you can bury it in the water, without exerting any added force yourself.


Since driving control is paramount when doing tricks, it comes with customizable steering sensitivity, an intelligent brake system, and a reverse driving mode to give you full control in the water. Other features include an 899cc four-stroke Rotax engine, an advanced throttle system with dual riding modes, and a closed-loop cooling system. It can carry up to two passengers (although you may want to stick to one when doing tricks).

Available now, the Sea-Doo Spark Trixx is priced at $7,299.