- "A motorbike that you can drive on water drunk while churning up a fragile ecosystem? Yes please. The Seashark was 2011's #1 boytoy among the douchebag and mid-life crisis demographic. There are few things more fun than over-revving a Seashark up and down the shoreline, and it's a real treat for all the people who've come to the beach to relax."
- ―DockTease description.
Unlike the Jetski, the Seashark is not the fastest watercraft, it has a excellent acceleration and good top speed, but its top speed can be easily beaten by the Speeder and the Jetmax, but it makes up for its handling, with a very small turning radius and excellent maneuverability.
The Seashark Lifeguard is a lifeguard version of the Seashark, used by the Los Santos Lifeguard, featuring a black, red and white paintjob. It can be found parked at the Del Perro Beach and the Vespucci Beach.
- The Seashark is featured almost centrally on the box art for Grand Theft Auto V. This machine is under the control of Michael.
- The Seashark is also seen being driven under Miriam Turner Overpass in the first trailer.
- Featured in the mission Daddy's Little Girl, when Michael and Tracey are escaping.
- Featured in the mission Hood Safari.
- Four Seasharks can be found to the left of Del Perro Pier.
- Two Seasharks can be also found at the north of Palmer-Taylor Power Station.
- Three can be found at White Water Activity Center.
- Can be bought on the DockTease website for $16,899.
- Sometimes spawn at one of the lake's docks in Lake Vinewood.
- Seashark is on the cover art in red and white color.
- Strangely enough, the Seashark shares the same horn with the beater Tornado and Emperor.
- Its engine noise sounds similar to the Stinger and the Stinger GT.
- In Saints Row series there is a jet ski named Shark.
- Jetski, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories equivalent.
- Wet Ski, Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars equivalent.