The Personal Watercraft (PWC) has an interesting history. The ‘Water Scooter’ was created in the early 1950s but never gained popularity. However, in 1973, Kawasaki’s jet ski would change all that. Marketing the Personal Water Craft with the phrase “waterskiing without a boat,” the jet ski became popular. After the creation of the jet ski, other companies started creating their own watercraft design. Amongst those designs was the Sea-doo, a personal watercraft created by Bombardier that mimicked their snowmobile line. Although all personal watercraft do the same thing, choosing one can be difficult. After all, each watercraft is different. But what makes them different?