REVIEW: Sea-Doo GTX 155

Review of the Sea-Doo GTX 155

29th July 2010.
By Jeff Hemmel

At Sea-Doo’s 2010 press introduction, my good friend and fellow boating writer Charles Plueddeman commented that the GTX 155 was the boat he had been waiting for Sea-Doo to make. The reason? It combined the solid new hull behind the GTX Limited iS suspension model, along with that boat’s “intelligent” braking system and forward-neutral-reverse capabilities, but packed it in a far-less-expensive boat that featured Sea-Doo’s base 155hp engine.

I’d have to say I agree. While the boat I was waiting for was basically a lot like the RXT-X, I can see the sales pitch for the GTX 155. It handles very well, it’s comfortable, it’s much more of a big-water ready machine thanks to that new hull, it’s got all those cool techy features, but it’s much more of a mainstream family model.

In short, add me to the list of those who think it’s a great boat. You can find my full review of the GTX 155 here at PersonalWatercraft.com.


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Jeff Hemmel

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Jeff Hemmel writes for boats.com, Boating, PersonalWatercraft.com, and Powersports Business. The former Senior Editor at Watercraft World, Jeff is a multi-time award winner as well as a 2008 inductee into the IJSBA Hall of Fame. His first book, "The Anti-Pirate Potato Cannon...and 101 Other Things For Young Mariners To Try, Do, & Build On the Water," received a bronze medal in the 2010 Moonbeam Children's Book Awards. For more info, visit Jeff Hemmel's website.

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