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Sea-Doo Launches Jet-Propulsion Pontoon

Configuring this boat to meet your changing needs is, literally, a snap!

2022 Sea-Doo Switch

The new Sea-Doo Switch is like a build-your-own Lego boat. (Photo: BRP)

BRP (Bombardier Recreational Products), which owns the Evinrude, Manitou and Alumacraft brands, among others, is promising to"revolutionize the pontoon industry" with its new Sea-Doo Switch. Not only does it have jet propulsion, but you can rearrange the deck to suit your boating needs on any given day.

"It's a dynamic pontoon with the heart of a Sea-Doo, and its quick-change deck design can be completely reconfigured to fit a solo fishing trip in the morning to a family picnic at noon, and a wakeboard session in the evening," says Annick Lauzon, director, Global Marketing, Sea-Doo and Ski-Doo at BRP.

This tri-hull features a Rotax jet propulsion system and unique handlebar steering system — and the entire deck is made of configurable tiles. The helm is stationary, but the rest of the layout can be quickly changed to accommodate any adventure with easy-on, easy-off LinQ quick attach tiles. There are almost 100 options available, allowing people to add or remove seating, change table locations, and more. Take a look for yourself.

Meet The Fully Configurable Sea-Doo Switch Pontoons

Three Switch models, ranging from 13 to 19 feet, start at $22,499. Two upgrade package options — the Cruise and the Sport — offer lengths ranging from 13 to 21 feet. Each features ROTAX jet-drive power options from 100- to 230-hp | Sea-Doo.com/switch

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A journalist by training, BoatUS Magazine Senior Editor Rich Armstrong has worked in TV news, and at several newspapers, then spent 18 years as a top editor at other boating publications. He’s built a stellar reputation in the marine industry as one of the most thorough reporters in our business. At BoatUS Magazine, Rich handles everything from boat and product innovation and late-breaking news, to compelling feature stories, boat reviews, and features on people and places. The New Jersey shore and lakes of lower New York defined Rich's childhood. But when he bought a 21-foot Four Winns deck boat and introduced his young family to the Connecticut River, his love for the world of boats flourished from there.