New & Used Sea-Doo Dealer in Myrtle Beach, SC


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Discover Redline Powersports & Marine Sea-Doo personal watercrafts. Sea-Doo has been consistently providing the most innovative personal watercraft year after year and we're so delighted to provide them to our friends in and around Myrtle Beach, SC. From the smart design to the advanced engines, we're making a splash up and down the South Carolina coast one watercraft at a time.

This Redline Powersports & Marine Sea-Doo Dealer proudly serves the Myrtle Beach, Conway, Loris, Aynor, Little River, and Georgetown areas.


Sea-Doo Dealer Special Offer



From $5,499 and

Financing as low as 2.99% for 36 months †

GRI 90


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Financing as low as 2.99% for 36 months †


Tow Sports

From $12,199 and

Financing as low as 2.99% for 36 months †



From $12,399 and

Financing as low as 2.99% for 36 months †



From $12,999 and

Financing as low as 2.99% for 36 months †

Fish Pro

Sport Fishing

From $14,999 and

Financing as low as 2.99% for 36 months †

Client Testimonials

Best place to go get a bike in the area! Met Skylar from the warehouse and he helped me pick out the perfect bike for my riding style! He went went way out of his way to help me and teach me about the bike also! I definitely recommend this place for anyone that wanting to get on 2 wheel! Very helpful staff!

Marcus Christensen

Ben is nice when it comes to knowing his stuff about the business! I highly recommend going to see him. 5 Star and will return ! (Subzero)

Gummybear and daddy Chronicles

Yall have to ask for cole!! He helped us multiple times with everything we needed. Very friendly and knows what he’s talking about when it comes to his job!! Highly recommend coming to see him

Chelsea Gasque

Inventory Listings

One free coast guard kit per household and immediate family* per 365 days. Free coast guard kit offer expires 30 days from the submission date, must be 21 or older with a valid U.S. Driver’s License to qualify.  The logos and other identifying marks attached are trademarks of and owned by each represented company and/or its affiliates. * The term “immediate family” includes spouses, siblings, parents, children, grandparents, and grandchildren, whether as “in-laws,” or by current or past marriage(s), remarriage(s), adoption, co-habitation or other family extensions, and any other persons residing at the same household whether or not related. Redline Powersports reserves the right to refuse the free coast guard kit offer for anyone violating these terms.

Please always keep these safety tips in your watercraft or boat and make sure that you and everyone aboard understands them all prior to leaving the dock and observes them once out on the water.

Know and understand all the operational features of the craft you are riding – read and follow your Operator's Guide.

Ensure your watercraft is Coast Guard-compliant and has all the required equipment.

Securely attach engine cutoff lanyard to your wrist or Personal Flotation Device (PFD). Keep attached at all times.

 All watercraft riders must wear a properly fitted, U.S. Coast Guard-approved PFD. The operator and passenger(s) of watercraft must wear protective clothing, including:

A wet suit bottom or thick, tightly woven, snug-fitting clothing that provides equivalent protection. Thin bike shorts for example would not be appropriate. Severe internal injuries can occur if water is forced into body cavities as a result of falling into water or being near jet thrust nozzle.    

Normal swim wear does not adequately protect against forceful water entry into the lower body opening(s) of males or females.

Footwear, gloves and goggles/glasses are also recommended. Some type of lightweight, flexible foot protection is recommended. This will help reduce possible injury, should you step on sharp underwater objects.

Know your vessel’s capacity – don't overload.

Stay alert and be aware of your surroundings. Constantly look in all directions for skiers, divers, swimmers and other boats or watercraft.

Keep a safe distance! Avoid wake jumping, splashing and passing close to any other vessels.

Know the waters you will be operating in and observe all applicable federal, state and local boating laws.

Know the weather conditions – tune into your local forecast.

Stay clear of all restricted areas.

Obey ALL posted signs, such as "NO WAKE," "RIGHT OF WAY," "IDLE" and other navigation signs.

Never consume alcohol or drugs before or while operating a watercraft or boat.

All operators must be of legal age to operate the craft you will be riding.

BRP recommends a minimum operator of 16 years of age to ride.

Always operate at a safe speed and be prepared to stop or alter course in emergencies. Ride within your limits and allow sufficient distance to stop.

Whether you're heading in or out, always maintain a slow speed until you're in a clear area, away from shore.

Know and understand right-of-way rules.

Remember you need throttle power to steer.

Stay in sight of shore but avoid operating too close to residential and congested areas. Be considerate of others who share the waterways.

A boating safety course is strongly recommended.