When it comes to dealing with life’s ups and downs, Sea-Doo Ambassador Christopher Farro adds a little more substance than most.
Whenever you see a bent rod from the seat of a watercraft in Auckland, New Zealand, there’s a good chance you’ll find Andrew Hill holding one end and the catch of the day on the other. Ever since casting his first line as a boy from the rocky New Zealand shoreline, he’s been after the big one.
Some people choose to live life on the edge, but not many take it to the level of Anthony Radetic. For years that hunger for the ultimate adrenaline rush was fed by jumping out of planes and piloting Blackhawk helicopters in the United States Army.
It’s all about the freedom of the water, and Sea-Doo ambassador Nick Taylor knows exactly how to find it. The Anna Maria Island, Fla., native took his wakeskate talents and love for the Sea-Doo Life to Honokowai, Hawaii, where he currently explores one of Earth’s most inspiring playgrounds.
Hooked on the Sea-Doo Life since his first ride back in 2001, Randy Cabrera of Tampa, Fla., has always been a bit of a “motor-head.” He was always interested in dirt bikes and ATVs, but growing up in the Sunshine State, it’s no wonder his true passion would be on the water.
Live salty. Catch fish. Ride waves. Those are the words you’ll see plastered to the Instagram profile of Sea-Doo FISH PRO Ambassador Bri Andrassy. If you’ve ever had a taste of the Sea-Doo Life, you know at least some of those words quite well.
It’s all about the fish for Sea-Doo FISH PRO ambassador Kyle Naegeli.
For Sea-Doo FISH PRO ambassador Cameron Kirkconnell, living the Sea-Doo Life is as much about spending time below the water’s surface as it is seat time on his Sea-Doo. That’s because the Jensen Beach, Florida native makes his living as one of the world’s premiere spearfishing guides.