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There’s a Sea-Doo watercraft designed for every type of rider. And a cover designed for every type of Sea-Doo watercraft. Everyone rides their Sea-Doo watercraft differently but at the end of the day, we all need to protect it. How important is a cover? Well let's put it this way, only put a cover on the PWCs you want to keep.

Sea-Doo Covers by Cover World

Cover World offers the widest variety of high-quality covers for Sea-Doo Boats & Jet-Skis. Find custom and semi-custom Sea-Doo watercraft covers for your exact Sea-Doo model with our easy to use Boat Cover Fit Finder™. Our covers for Sea-Doo watercraft are made with waterproof heavy-duty marine-grade fabrics such as Sunbrella, Sundura, and Sunbrella. These are the best USA made Sea-Doo Boat & Jet-Ski covers on the market today at a price you’ll love.

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History about Sea-Doo

Sea-Doo is a Canadian brand of Personal Water Craft (PWC) and boats that are manufactured by Bombardier Recreational Products.

In 1968 Bombardier introduced its first personal watercraft and was called a Bombardier Sea-Doo. It was marketed as the “Jet-powered Aqua Scooter", the original yellow Sea-Doo was 5 feet wide and 7 and a half feet long, it resembled a flying saucer.

It was powered by an air-cooled, 320cc engine with a top speed of 25 mph. Following complaints of overheating and inefficiency, it was replaced for 1969 with a water-cooled 367cc engine. There were complaints about discomfort from its flat seat and stainless steel handlebars. After only two years on the market, it was discontinued.

In 1988, Sea-Doo was re-introduced to the market but under its own brand Sea-Doo under the Bombardier name. Once back on the scene, the personal watercraft sold very well, and in 1995 annual sales were over 100,000 units sold for that year. They also captured over half the market for personal watercraft in that same year.

Today, there are 6 categories of the models Sea-Doo offers: Rec Lite, Recreation, Tow-Sports, Fish Sport, Touring, Sport Fishing, and Performance. They produced boats under the Sea-Doo brand name, but in 2012 Bombardier discontinued the sport boat production of the brand citing declining global sales in the marine industry.