The best superyacht jet skis and personal watercraft | Boat International
6 The best personal watercraft to keep on board
Sea-Doo Spark Trixx

One for the daredevils, Sea-Doo's Spark Trixx has been designed to make impressive Jet Ski stunts easier and more fun that ever. A handlebar with adjustable riser allows you to customise the watercraft to your riding style while step wedges provide greater stability and control for stand-up riding and a variable trim system exaggerate how high you can raise the nose or how deep you can bury it making your tricks look better than ever. Powered by a Rotax 900 H0 ACE engine, the Spark Trixx also has an intelligent brake and reverse system and Sport and Touring acceleration modes so you get the perfect ride every time.

Spark Trixx, from $7,399,

Gibbs Quadski

Why choose between a jet ski and a quad bike when you can have both? While probably more at home on a river than in a harbour, there’s no denying the cool factor of Gibbs’ Quadski. This amphibious vehicle allows you to explore onshore and in the water without leaving the driving seat. Simply ride it down a ramp in to water and, with the press of a button, the wheels retract seamlessly in seconds. With a top speed of 45 mph on sea and land thanks to its 1,293cc engine and a width of 62.5”, it is also one of the most stable jet ski options for new drivers.

Quadski, £59,995,

Sea-Doo GTX Limited

The huge Rotax 1630 ACE engine puts out 300hp, controlled using the intelligent throttle. Sea-Doo’s unique braking technology also allows it to stop nearly 50m before other watercraft would. It features a removable three person seat.

Sea-Doo GTX Limited, from £15,799,

Kawasaki Ultra 310LX

Billed as the fastest jet ski on the planet, Kawasaki’s flagship model features a big 1,498cc engine, supercharged with Eaton Twin Vortices, Kawasaki’s flagship PWC packs a mighty punch – and it features Jetsound Bluetooth audio.

Kawasaki Ultra 310LX, €19,699,

Yamaha GP1800

The GP1800 boasts incredibly tight cornering and stability in tougher conditions, as well as a top speed of 70mph thanks to a 1.8 litre engine.

GP1800, from £15,999,

Yamaha WaveRunner FX SVHO

If you’re looking for a jet ski with comfort levels to match your superyacht then Yamaha’s three-seater FX SVHO is an ideal choice. Complete with all the expected luxury bells and whistles, including cruise control, a generous aft platform for easy boarding and an adjustable steering system, what really sets this model apart is the attention that has gone into its saddle. The two-piece design is tiered to allow all three passengers a brilliant view and finished in luxury materials with excellent lower back support for longer journeys. Speed freaks needn’t worry, however, Yamaha’s Super Vortex High Output 1812cc engine still packs a serious punch.

WaveRunner FX SVHO, from £15,499,


Motor Yacht


Couach Yachts |  37 m |  12 guests |  €3,500,000
Motor Yacht


Feadship |  44.65 m |  10 guests |  €19,900,000
Motor Yacht


Heesen Yachts |  55 m |  12 guests |  €26,000,000