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Jet Drive vs Sterndrive?

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Published on: 2012/09/26

From:  Jet Drive vs Sterndrive | Boating Magazine.

 

Muscling their way onto the market in the early ’90s, “sport jets” were dismissed as little more than toys, quick and agile playthings, scoffed at by serious boaters. They peaked quickly and then vanished just as fast.

But a funny thing happened on the way to obscurity. Sea-Doo and Yamaha developed bigger, more versatile offerings. Today jet-powered runabouts are the best-selling models in the 24- and 21-foot segments.

To find out why jets are giving sterndrives a run for their money, and to determine if jets are suitable propulsion for experienced boaters, we pitted a Sea-Doo 210 Challenger S featuring a single 255 hp supercharged high-output Rotax jetdrive against a Chaparral H2O 19 Sport with a 220 hp MerCruiser sterndrive and put them through their paces.

Jet Drive vs Sterndrive

 

read more at:

http://www.boatingmag.com/engines/jet-drive-vs-sterndrive?



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