How much do jet ski experiences cost?
Rentals start at $275 for four hours and depend on model, number of machines, and duration.
Are there restrictions on who can rent and operate the jet skis?
The primary renter and operator must be 21+ years old with a valid class 5 driver’s licence or equivalent.
The minimum age to operate is 16+ and must be directly supervised by the primary renter or another equally qualified member of the party.
How much is the damage deposit?
The damage deposit is $1,000 per machine. We place a hold on your card and only process charges if fees occur (ie. damage, late machine return).
What’s the deal with gas?
Your machine will come fully fuelled and we ask that you return it that way. If you prefer to spend your whole rental time out on the open water, no problem. We’ll refuel the machine for a convenience fee.
What is your cancellation policy?
Cancellations made 48+ hours in advance of reservation time will receive a full refund.
Cancellations made within 48 hours of reservation time will be charged full price.
What if the weather sucks?
Safety is our first priority.
Coming from aviation backgrounds, we never push the weather.
Cancellations due to weather will receive a full refund or the option to rebook.
What if the weather turns while I’m out on the lake?
We never want our guests to feel any pressure to push a machine in bad weather.
Whether you need a rescue from the middle of the lake or a pickup at a different launch location, there won’t be any additional charge and we will give you the option to rebook.
When should I arrive for my booking?
Please meet us at the boat launch at 612 Ellis St, Kelowna 30 minutes before your scheduled booking time.
Late arrivals’ rental time will end as scheduled.
What should I bring?
- Comfortable clothing that you don’t mind getting wet
- Snacks (a picnic, perhaps?)
IMPORTANT: Bring your photo ID so we can verify who you are, as well as the credit card you booked with.
We’ll set you up with life jackets, waterproof speakers (additional $20/speaker) and recommendations on where to go.
Where can I go?
You can go as far as a single tank of gas will take you.
At a fuel-efficient speed (approx. 35-40 mi/hr), you can make it to Vernon or Penticton before needing the refuel.
What if I want to stop somewhere?
On sandy surfaces, you can beach the machine by carefully pulling it onto the sand.
On rocky surfaces, there is an anchor available for use.
WARNING: Operating in water less than 3 feet deep can cause serious engine damage.
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