Kommander Industries was born in 2008 by Steve Webster after he sold his Kawasaki-Yamaha dealership in Phoenix Arizona.
“We here at KOMMANDER INDUSTRIES work with the top aftermarket companies to help supply our customers with the very best parts the industry has to offer. As long as it meets our high-quality standards, we sell and utilize other great company’s products, in addition to our own.” [Read More]
JX Sports promoter of the Jetcross® and the JSRA (Jet Sport Racing Association of Great Britain) takes great delight in confirming that on the 24th 25th and 26th July they will host a unique jetski racing extravaganza in conjunction with and for the first time the Jetcross World Cup, with all the best riders in Ski stand-up racing, Sport, Seadoo® Spark and freestyle in attendance, and also the International Jetsport Grand Prix which will also include the Runabout classes at the new spiritual home of UK Jetski Racing, Doncaster Lakeside, Doncaster. [Read More]
Wasserjet is pleased to announce our first official distributor, Jetsport Australia. Jetsport will be responsible for the sales and distribution of the Wasserjet engines in Australia, New Zealand and Thailand. [Read More]
Sydney Sea-Doo is excited announce the renewed partnership between current corporate and naming rights sponsor, Nautilus Marine Insurance. The two-year deal will see James Masterton compete at all Australian championship events and selected international events until the end of December 2016. Nautilus Marine Insurance focuses much of their efforts specifically towards Personal Watercraft (PWC), which is evident by in-depth details in their policy. [Read More]
PRO WATERCROSS 2015 COMPETITION RULE BOOK
We are proud to present the 2015 Pro Watercross Competition Rule book; we have put a lot of time and thought into the rule book in order to make it a better product for our competitors. This rule book is for the watercross community and it will continue to evolve as we make improvements. [Read More]
Monaco, 21 March 2015
Motor Yacht DRAGONFLY has arrived in Vanuatu. The yacht arrived in the region early Saturday local time after a journey of 1600 nautical miles over 3.5 days.
While the situation on the ground remains dynamic, the yacht and her crew have been tasked by the Vanuatu government with supplying aid and providing a medical response to the Shepherd Islands, just north east of Efate where Port Vila is located. This area has seen 80-100% of all villages destroyed and has no access to fresh water, food or shelter. [Read More]