NEW PRODUCTS - Sea-Doo to debut first PWC on-water braking system

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Multinational marine giant Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) is pulling out all stops to enliven the 2009 Melbourne Boat Show (July 2-6) with the first ever on-water Personal Water Craft (PWC) braking system.

Already the winner of six prestigious awards including the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMAA) Innovation award, the new Sea-Doo GTX Limited iS is set to be a crowd puller at the Melbourne Boat Show, which is the largest undercover boat show in the country.

The revolutionary new Sea-Doo GTX Limited iS features iControl, an advanced computer control technology that integrates the world’s first on-water braking system with intelligent Brake and Reserve (iBR) and a rider suspension system with iS (intelligent Suspension). Together, they give the PWC rider/driver more control then ever before, claims BRP.

In addition to the first on-water braking system and full rider suspension, the GTX Limited iS features Sea-Doo’s S3 hull, which BRP bills as the first high performance stepped hull in watercraft history.

The Melbourne Boat Show runs from Thursday July 2 to Monday July 6 at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre. Opening hours are 10am to 9pm daily except Sunday, when the show closes at 7pm, and Monday when it closes at 8pm.


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