Personal watercrafts’ are much simpler and easier than a boat. Plus there’s no better feeling than jetting across the water and catching waves on a PWC.
Every brand and model has different advantages and features to cater to each individuals personal preferences and needs. Our Woodard Marine team can help you figure out what exactly suits you. If you want to start researching before hand, some things to consider are:
How many people will be riding on the PWC?
Fuel tank size?
What type of PWC are you looking for?
How fast are you looking to go?
This varies from each person and their personal preference. While new PWC’s are more expensive, there is a very comforting peace of mind that comes with warranties. Buying a used PWC is also typically a very good option as long as they have been thoroughly inspected for maintenance needs and any potential flaws. Check out our inventory here to see both new and used PWC models available.
In most cases, yes, though you should reference your car's owners manual to see maximum towing capacity, and make sure your car is equipped with the right accessories for towing. Don’t forget to connect the brake lights to the PWC trailer before towing.