Look past the Limited trappings and you’ll see the obvious – a GTI 130. This same hull has carried the platform for years now, showcasing its shallower 16-degree deadrise for a somewhat looser, more playful feel. That means the GTI feels somewhat old-school, able to be skidded on occasion, or just flicked back and forth with relative ease. That shallow deadrise, however, doesn’t sentence the craft to a lifetime of looseness. Shift your body weight and slide your outside foot back to help lock in the stern, and you can carve a race-like turn with ease. It’s a versatile combination, as different audiences can get what they want out of the hull. Beginners can feel confident and stable, while experienced riders can push the boat aggressively.
“The Sea-Doo GTI SE is playful and easy-to-ride. It boasts the most fuel-efficient engine available and is light enough for many popular compact sedans to tow”. By topspeed.com