- Partake in a fun and informative training course before the tour, to ensure you know how to use your personal watercraft, the Sea-Doo
- Enjoy a late afternoon tour of Ponce Inlet as you follow a professional along the way
- See the area’s famous sunset, witness the sky change a wide variety of colors right before your eyes
- Two-hour guided tour
- Life jackets
Must be 21 to rent.
Must have a valid I.D.
Must have a valid Credit Card.
If you are BORN after January 1, 1988: You must have a valid Boaters License from any state or a Florida Temporary Boaters Certificate. It’s the law.
Florida Temporary Boaters Certificate Website: http://www.boat-ed.com/floridarental/
Training course for operation of Sea-Doo is required, please show up 30 minutes before your scheduled tour time to keep your tour scheduled on time.
-Must be 18 with a Boaters License to drive but only WITH someone over 21 on the SAME vessel.
-Minimum age is 13 for this Intercoastal Waterway Tours.
-Minimum age is 8 for the Rose Bay Eco-tour only. Child must be able to sit alone, behind the driver with their feet flat and hold on alone. Sitting in front of the driver is illegal.
-No minor under 8 is permitted on any jet ski tour due to insurance liability.
Max Combined Weight Restrictions:
Jet Ski - 300lbs
Deposits paid at reservation time are non-refundable. Reservations made over 24 hours in advance must cancel within 24 hours of reservation for refund. Reservations made within 24 hours can be cancelled up to 4 hours before reservation for refund. Full refund including deposit, only if we are closed, or having bad weather and/or water conditions.
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