A PWC is one of those things boaters either love or hate; there are wanna-be daredevils out there cutting us off that give this high-speed tender a bad name, but we’re fans. And there’s one we’re particularly excited about, the new Sea-Doo RXP-X 300 ($15,200), which debuted at the London Boat Show.
Powered by a 300-horsepower, 1,630-cc four-stroke Rotax engine, it is officially the most powerful Sea-Doo on the market today. But power is just part of the equation that interests us; it also has a deep-V hull with hard chines aft and soft chines forward that should allow for hard—yet controlled turns and straight tracking.
A red-and-black paint scheme (shown, white and yellow is also available) helps this powerful performer stand out from the crowd (as if that was really ever going to be a problem.) See this machine in action below.