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    WELCOME TO THE WATER: Sea-Doo Secret Destinations

    Do you have a secret destination or a favorite spot that you are aching to visit?  We asked this question on our Facebook page and received many replies.  We captured this valuable information for you…

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    next time you are craving a get-away, check out this blog and maybe you will find a NEW favorite destination!  We added links to the destinations that we could locate. Thanks to our Facebook fans for sharing their secret spots with us!


    Main Duck Island
    JW Cook:  Sand Island, Havre de Grace, MD



    Vw of Lake Stretched Red

    Lake Sinclair/ Lake Oconee
    Ahmad ZephirLake Sinclair, Georgia




    Troy Maisel: There is a little sand bar off Key West, Florida where everybody gets together to hang out. The water is only a foot or so deep so you may even see people sitting out in lawn chairs despite being several hundred yards offshore. Because of the crystal clear water it isn’t at all unusual to see people snorkeling in the area either. I’ve been all over Florida with my Sea Doo and I have to say this is my favorite place to go.




    Boysen Reservoir
    Laura Loughlin: Loughlin Lagoon,Boysen Reservoir Shoshoni, Wyoming




    Lake Zoar
    Craig Southard: Lake Zoar, CT





    Peanut Island

    Seadoo TimiPeanut Island, Palm Beach, Florida


    Steve BellKenora, Ontario boarders the US, Ontario, Manitoba, there are over 14,000 islands and more than 105,000 KM of shore line., Lake of the Ozarks,

    Alain Beauparlant1000 Islands (Ontario, Canada and New York, US) a total of 1,864 islands to navigate, two countries and waters

    Benny Valentik BenjaminUvac River Canyon, Serbia

    Casey HargraveMain Duck Island, Ontario, Canada

    Christie Alicia: The Carribean

    Carter Hewlett: Sunday Beach, Port O’Connor, Texas

    Brad JonesWobble Island, Lake Gaston, NC

    Hayden EdwardsShell Island, just off the coast of Panama City

    John Paul CaneRubicon Point, Lake Tahoe

    Mike RobertsChelton Beach, just down from the 13.1 km long Confederation Bridge on the North Cumberland Strait joining Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick, Canada.

    Leonardo DomenechPalomino, Icacos and Culebras, Puerto Rico

    Daniel Cevello: The perfect cove onShasta Lake

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