How fast is a Sea-Doo Speedster?

How fast is a Sea-Doo Speedster?

You’re about to experience a thrill ride that will have your heart pounding and your adrenaline racing, with slick handling that keeps you in total control. With a top speed of over 65 mph (105 Km/h) and a best-in-class 510 horses, the 200 Speedster is your ticket to an extreme getaway.

Do they still make Sea-Doo boats?

No, unfortunately Sea-Doo doesn’t currently make jet boats. Until 2012, Sea-Doo manufactured several popular boats like the Speedster, Sportster, and the Challenger.

What is a Sea-Doo Speedster?

About 15 feet long, of low freeboard and propelled by the slip-free thrust of a water jet, Sea-Doo’s 150 Speedster delivers a watercraft’s thrills. But with its wide beam, four seats and the confident agility it displayed while docking during our test, it makes a great runabout.

How fast does a Sea-Doo Sportster go?


Top speed 51 mph
Cruising speed 35 mph
Estimated iles per gallon at 35-mph cruising speed 11.25
Estimated fuel cost for 100 miles $13.33
Range at 35-mph cruising speed 259 miles

Are Sea-Doo boats good on gas?

Modern-day jet boat motors run at higher RPMs. This makes them less fuel-efficient. However, don’t get it wrong, each engine and each boat is a little different, so they aren’t all horrible with fuel consumption, but they do have a tendency of being one of the least fuel-efficient types of watercraft.

What is considered high hours on a Sea-Doo?

On average a jet ski should have approximately 30 hours a year. Anything more than 30 hours per year is considered “high hours”. What is this? Most jet ski models have a lifespan of approximately 300 hours, but if properly maintained they can last much longer.

How many hours will Sea Doo engine last?

As a rule of thumb, the 2-stroke jet ski engines last around 200-300 hours, while the 4-stroke jet ski engines last around 300-500 hours.