30- or 60-Minute Jet Ski Rental from AR Boat Rentals (Up to 62% Off)

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Value Discount You Save
$117 62% $72
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In a Nutshell

Couples can tour the pristine coast line or play among the waves atop agile Jet Skis

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required minimum 24-hour advance notice; subject to availability. Jet Ski riders must have a boater’s ID card. Valid ID required. Gas and insurance fee not included for Jet Ski rentals. Can not go to the Bahamas. No refund for weather. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $45 for a 30-minute Jet Ski rental ($117 value)
  • $89 for a 60-minute Jet Ski Rental ($192 value)

Bilge Pumps: Smooth Sailing

Even if your boat is motorized, it takes work to keep it afloat. Learn about one key component with Groupon’s look at the bilge pump.

From motorboats and jet skis to yachts and mega cruise ships, virtually all seaworthy vessels have a bilge. As the lowest compartment on a ship, the bilge often takes on water, whether through the propeller, small leaks on deck, or the captain’s slowly melting popsicle stash. Bilge pumps clear the area of excess water and spilled fuel in order to keep the ship in working order. Although it may seem counterintuitive, small sailing vessels can require more powerful bilge pumps than larger recreational boats, especially if they see a lot of rough water or host a lot of squirt-gun fights; it simply takes less water to imperil them.

Many bilge pumps are electrically driven centrifugal pumps. The pump’s rotating impeller—a sort of water wheel—draws water to its center and pushes it through a discharge pipe with the help of an attached diffuser, which constricts and channels the water to build up pressure and propel it through the discharge outlet. Centrifugal pumps must be fully submerged in water in order to work, but they can quickly clear the bilge of dangerous liquid.

Electrical pumps, however, are vulnerable to power outages. That’s why it’s a good idea to have a manual pump onboard. These pumps can clear about 20 gallons of water per minute, though they can be quite tiring to operate; accordingly, some experts recommend a motor-driven backup pump. No bilge pump, whether manual or electric, can prevent a boat from sinking in the event of a large leak, but they can buy valuable time.

Customer Reviews

Great experience nd the boater was great as well will b coming back again
Kenneth · April 11, 2016
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Thank you for your comment. It is gratefully appreciated. If you can tell us more about the trip we would love to hear more about it.
Merchant replied · April 12, 2016
Amazing service!
Mac H. · March 3, 2016
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Thank you, we're glad your happy.
Merchant replied · March 3, 2016

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