We've put together a list of frequently asked questions to assist you with your jet ski rental.
What do I need to schedule a reservation?
Must be 21 years of age or older with a valid Texas driver's license and a major credit card. A $50 reservation deposit per unit is required in order to secure your reservation and will be applied to your rental at time of pickup.
Please note: There is a $300 CASH security deposit per jet ski due at time of pickup.
Can I cancel my reservation after it has been placed?
Reservations can be cancelled 48 hours prior to your reservation date without incurring a cancellation fee. Failure to provide at least 48 hours notice of cancellation will result in a $50.00 cancellation fee per unit being charged to your credit card. Failure to show up for your reservation will result in forfeiture of your reservation and a full day's rental fees being charged to your card per unit.
What happens if I rent a jet ski and it rains on my scheduled day?
Due to the ever changing weather conditions in Texas, we cannot issue a refund on the date of your reservation. If your are uncomfortable with the forecasted weather, we encourage you to cancel your reservation 48 hours prior to your scheduled pick up date to avoid a cancellation fee.
How many people can ride the jet ski?
A minimum of 1 or a maximum of 3 people can ride. ( Total weight: 524 lbs)
How fast does the jet ski go?
The jet ski goes 50-65 mph depending on weather and conditions of water surface.
What are the rental and operator age requirements?
You must be 21 years of age or older to rent our jet skis and 18 years of age or older to operate them. At the time of pickup we will also require names and identification of other operators of the jet ski.
Do you offer insurance for your jet skis?
Due to the nature of the industry, rental insurance does not exist. It is the responsibility of the renter to maintain proper safety while operating the jet ski.
What is considered a full day rental?
We determine a full day as up to 23 hours. Our pickup and drop off times are listed below.
6:30- 8:30 PM
7:00- 8:30 PM
*** If these times do not work for you, please call and we will be happy to arrange a time that suits your needs ***
Am I responsible for damaged equipment or accessories?
If there is a problem with the jet ski we will determine the cause and make a determination of who is responsible for the damages. As part of the rental agreement the renter is responsible for the jet ski while in their posession and any damages that occur during that time. For any questions please ask beforehand.
Do I have to mix oil and gas for the fuel?
No, all of our PWCs use 4-stroke technology just as a personal vehicle. There is no mixing of oil and/or gas required. Premium fuel (91 octane or higher) is the only requirement due to PWCs performance level.
What is the difference between a jet ski, seadoo, or waverunner?
A personal water craft (PWC) is a recreational watercraft that the rider sits or stands on, rather than inside of, as in a boat. Models have an inboard engine driving a pump jet that has a screw-shaped impeller to create thrust for propulsion and steering. They are often referred by the names WaveRunner, Jet Ski, or Sea-Doo, which include brand names such as Yamaha, Kawasaki, and Honda.
What are the requirements for towing a PWC?
In order to successfully tow the PWC, your vehicle must have an installed receiver and hitch, a 2-inch ball and a tow light harness.
* 4 pin (pole) flat wiring harness for the trailer lights or a 6-way/7-way round wiring harness
What type of wiring is required for trailers?
We use a 4 pole wiring configuration with our trailers. Before you leave we will do a precheck to verify that your vehicle and the trailer are in good working condition. If it does not work properly we cannot allow you leave with the jet skis, so please check all of your connections before you come.