MoneyINC Logo
Years of

The 10 Most Expensive Jet Skis Money Can Buy

Jet Ski

If you are looking for a fun water activity, you should consider jet skiing. Compared to other water activities, you get the most thrills from jet skiing. For instance, you can perform certain tricks like riding a wake or making a donut. If you are not a daredevil, you can use your jet ski to admire spectacular features along the ocean. Jet skis are fun to use but not fun to buy due to their high costs. According to Groove Water Sports, they range from $5,000 to $20,000. However, there are some costs that do not fall within that range, as we shall see in this article. The high costs of jet skis factor things like fuel, insurance, and maintenance. Now that we have understood the reason for the high costs of jet skis, we can go ahead and identify some of the most expensive jet skis you can buy. Here are the ten most expensive jet skis money can buy.

10. Taiga Orca Electric PWC ($24,000)

Taiga launched this model for the sake of making environmentally-friendly vehicles. Its battery is powerful enough to let the person ride for 2 hours non-stop. Furthermore, the battery generates 180 horsepower and delivers a top speed of 64 mph. Another admirable feature of this jet ski is its waterproof digital display. The display comes with Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth capabilities.

9. Belassi B3R Sport ($30,000)

Here is another vessel that does not disappoint in water. It is equipped with a 3-cylinder turbocharged and intercooler engine. As a result, the engine can generate up to 315 horsepower. Another unique feature of this jet ski is its advanced braking system. For instance, it allows you to brake without losing your handling. So if you want to participate in a racing competition, this would be the vessel to get.

8. Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra 310 ($30,298)

This is yet another powerful jet ski that you would want to acquire. It uses a 1498cc 4-cylinder engine with a supercharger and intercooler. Sometimes when you jet ski, you will experience the shock from the water waves. Sometimes, the shock from the waves may cause you to fall off the jet ski. So to reduce the level of shock, the water vessel has a 22.5-degree design. Additionally, it has fine-tuned sponsons to increase your stability.

7. SeaDoo Spark Trixx Supreme Edition ($34,950)

This jet ski is quite a sight as it features a black base design with stickers showcasing iconic designs from the Supreme brand’s history. It is powered by a Rotax 900 ACE 90-horsepower engine, which benefits from features like Rake & Reverse System and Intelligent Throttle Control. Additionally, you can enjoy the sounds emanating from its 50-watt Bluetooth portable sound system.

6. Narke GT95 Electrojet ($47,000)

This water vessel manages to deliver in terms of aesthetics. Many jet skis use curvatures. Narke opted to replace the curvatures with industrial and modern-looking angles. Another notable feature of this vessel is its use of electricity instead of fuel. That means it will not emit gasses that are dangerous to human and aquatic life. According to Universal Libraries, fuel-based jet skis can emit up to 25% of its fuel into the water.

5. Strand Craft V8 ($49,000)

The jet ski has the sleek silhouette of a sports coupe. Its hulking craft measures 17 feet long and 5 feet wide. Its V8 engine can generate 300 horsepower and a top speed of 652 mph. For your comfort, the jet ski has a sound system and a temperature regulator under the seat. You can opt for optional features for this model like wood inlays, a carbon fiber body, and a custom trailer.

4. Mansory Black Marlin 550 ($62,000)

Here is a jet ski for those who desire a lightweight one. It was able to shave off 10 kilograms in weight due to the use of carbon fiber. Due to its lightweight, you can ride at high speeds with minimal effort. It is made from artificial leather to protect your jet ski from seawater damage. Seawater contains salt, which can accelerate the corrosion of jet ski metal parts and its electronics.

3. Quadrofoil Q2S Electric Limited Edition ($65,000)

There is something appealing about the futuristic design of this jet ski. Its design combines a system of aluminum hydro-stabilizers and a structure in the hull of high-resistance plastic. The structure in the hull is not just for aesthetics but for keeping you dry since it has an airtight top module. This water vessel is powered by two industry-standard lithium-ion batteries. You can charge its batteries with a standard 110V or 220V socket.

2. Nikola Wav ($80,000)

The Nikola Wav is an electric two-seater jet ski. If its design is familiar, it is because it is inspired by superbikes. As you speed over the water, you can admire the convenience of its 12-inch 4K display, which keeps you updated on all the technical details of your jet ski. Sometimes, you may not be crazy about riding too fast. Fortunately, this vessel has a cruise control feature. The feature allows you to select your preferred speed, and then you push a button to lock it in.

1. Supermarine MM01 ($900,000)

It is a two-seater watercraft with an ultra-high performance electric motor. Its electric motor delivers 300 horsepower, making it capable of achieving a top velocity of 75 mph. According to Robb Report, the jet ski is so far one of the fastest and most expensive globally. Its high speed is also due to its aerodynamic front end that moves back to envelop the driver from waves.


So far, do you think the prices of the jet skis are justified? Some may object to their pricing, but you have to consider what they offer functionality-wise. From this article, there are jet skis that do not need petrol, a proper infotainment system, powerful speeds, and so on. However, there are instances when functionality does not determine the high cost of jet skis. Some people may own expensive jet skis simply because they can. So, there is nothing wrong with owning an expensive one per se. You only need to be sure that it is serving you well.

Dana Hanson

Written by Dana Hanson

Dana has extensive professional writing experience including technical and report writing, informational articles, persuasive articles, contrast and comparison, grant applications, and advertisement. She also enjoys creative writing, content writing on nearly any topic (particularly business and lifestyle), because as a lifelong learner, she loves to do research and possess a high skill level in this area. Her academic degrees include AA social Sci/BA English/MEd Adult Ed & Community & Human Resource Development and ABD in PhD studies in Indust & Org Psychology.

Read more posts by Dana Hanson

Related Articles

Stay ahead of the curve with our most recent guides and articles on , freshly curated by our diligent editorial team for your immediate perusal.
As featured on:

Wealth Insight!
Subscribe to our Exclusive Newsletter

Dive into the world of wealth and extravagance with Money Inc! Discover stock tips, businesses, luxury items, and travel experiences curated for the affluent observer.
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram