Jet-Ski Rental, Watersports, Fishing, and More at LB Wake & Watersports (Up to 61% Off). Four Options Available.

Long Beach

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In a Nutshell

Spend some time on the water with jet-ski rentals or work on your wakeboarding, tubing, or water-skiing during outings

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Oct 31, 2015. Amount paid never expires. 2/person, 2/gifts. Valid only for option purchased. 24hr advance notice req'd. Reservation req'd, subject to avail. Mention Groupon when making reservation. 48hr cancellation notice req'd. Must be 18+ to ride. Must sign waiver, have valid driver's license or government ID. Credit card req'd for deposit. Younger than 18 must be accompanied by guardian. Option 1 includes 1 jet ski, extra fee for passenger. Wetsuit rentals optional; add. charge may apply. Only 1 water sport per session; may add 2 add. people at $29/person. Weather permitting. Valid Mon-Fri only; jet ski only valid 9,10, or 11am. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from Four Options

  • $55 for a 40-minute jet-ski rental for one; valid only Monday–Friday ($140 value)

  • $185 for a one-hour watersports outing for up to four ($325 value)

  • $365 for a one-hour jet-ski rental and a one-hour watersports outing for three to six ($745 value)

  • $445 for a seven-hour private fishing charter for up to four ($895 value)

For the watersports outing, choose from:

  • Wake surfing
  • Wakeboarding
  • Water skiing
  • Knee boarding
  • Tubing

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

Best experience I've ever had. The guys were awesome and were very patient with me. This place rocks
Michael S. · September 9, 2016
It's not the usual " take the jet ski and go on your own" Theirs an instructor with you guiding you (mine was Sam) around I don't know how the other instructors are but Sam showed us a good time and let us enjoy ourselves!
Ardin F. · September 1, 2015
Very good parking and staff is friendly and helpful
Christina P. · August 27, 2015

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