Sea-Doo Vs Yamaha Comparison Review

This video is about the New 2018 RTX-X 300 vs my old Yamaha Fx Cruiser, the Rxt X currently has 13 hours. I’m a Yamaha fan and I have to say that this Sea-doo hasn’t disappointed me in any way till now. I love the storage and the long rear end that my fiance can even catch a suntan on. I’m fully impressed and I do believe that Sea-doo has done their homework this time. This Sea-doo is now completely unlocked ECU wise and it’s hopping out on the water on sports mode. I will be following up with you guy if any problems exist in the future, stay tuned. Subscribe to this channel I will be posting more videos.

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Gopro 5 Black:

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UE Speaker/ MEgaboom:

Stay tuned, I will be posting up videos of the new wakeboard. I will also like to show new riders how to do the basics as stand on the board. I’m not a pro but I can stand on it and show you guys what I know. I the next few months I should be very good at it since I’m planning to use it often.

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Carlos Valdes says:

Mario, I’m thinking about getting one. Around how much are the monthly payments?

Britton Tucker says:

get a yamaha

Ray Scott says:

great video

Frods Diods says:

Looking forward to hearing your review after 260 hours on the Sea-Doo

TacT says:

U think the sea doos are alot less durable?

victxr_ says:


Sea Doo Don says:

What about a trip to the Bahamas

Tim Chaffin says:

My wife wanted to trade in our 2009 and 2010 RXT’s for 2018’s Just Because of the sound system. My wife enjoys riding them hard, as I do. Never had any problems with 09 and 10 RXT’s 124 hours. We ride with personal playlists on Spotify through our cell phones on sound system. We think new 2018 RXT X ride smoother than 09 and 10 which had the suspensions.

Junior Jr says:

Question: The RXTX is closed loop, so do you see any salt water in the engine bay? I had an FX and after every ride i had to spray fresh water in the engine bay to flush out all the salt water. Thanks

Cade Buth says:

Good vid

Bill Sappo says:

Nice vid, we just got our first Yamaha Fx SVHO and like it alot but still like the Doo better. Will sell this ’17 and get a Sea DOO with the ST3 hull. Put 300+ hrs on our Doo’s without any problems. Get the Navionics app for your phone, it will give you detailed info about the waters you want to ride on. Salt Springs isn’t by Jacksonville, it’s on the west side of Lake George also Silver Glen where you can take a dip. You can put in at Astor fuel at both ends of lake. Just north of the lake in the saint Johns river the Ocklawaha river enters, fun twisty ride up that river just be cautious of other boats coming towards you, also submerged stumps, alligators etc. If you head north up the Saint Johns river you can get gas at Palatka Thursday-sunday. Great restaurant up there on the river, Corky Bells. North east side of Lake George you have Renegades On The River restaurant and Tiki bar as well as fuel..

edgar asencio says:

I never rode a jetski till the other day i rode a 04 seadoo rode it for about 5 hrs and loved it it handle great so am thinking of getting a 04 seadoo 2 start with


Waiting for the displayvideo of the RXT-X300…

vTGM-Frank polo says:

how do feel about the VTS on the seadoo?

julian brizuela says:

Great video!!!

Alex C says:

Seadoos are nice! I wish my local dealer had an rxtx in stock but, they didn’t so I bought a gp1800. Nothing wrong with gp it’s just I think rxtx is overall a better package, better in rough water and storage is better and the accessories are top notch on seadoos and skidoos!

Anita Gofradump says:

Nice video, if you keep on top of the maintenance including corrosion prevention/protection it should be pretty reliable. Most of the issues I see on skis is caused be neglect.

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