What You'll Get
Jet skis were invented to entertain families and transport busy CEOs between bicoastal meetings. Hitch a watery ride and preserve your work clothes with today's Groupon: for $89, you get a jet ski and snorkel trip for two from Miami Jet Ski Rental (a $190 total value). The trip includes:
- One-hour tandem jet-ski rental (a $150 value).
- Two snorkeling-gear rentals (a $20 value each).
Miami Jet Ski Rental provides patrons with a dolphin's-eye view of the Miami coast with a borrowable fleet of Yamaha VX Deluxe jet skis. A tandem jet ski chauffeurs a duo of riders from the Bayside Marina as a company docent directs groups through the azure waterways of Biscayne Bay, bordered by South Florida's sunbathed skyline. With two pairs of snorkels, fins, and masks, ship hands can stop to peep at subaqueous sights such as passing dolphin pods, gentle manatees, or herds of Florida's native sea bison, before heading back to shore to enjoy the sights and shops around Bayside Marketplace.
Jet-ski drivers must possess a valid boating license or be born before January 1, 1988.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice required. Subject to weather and availability. Jetski operator must be born before 1/1/88 or have boating license; Boating licenses available on site for additional $3. Not valid on holidays or holiday weekends. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Miami Jet Ski Rental
In the 1950s, Bayside Marketplace’s Pier 5 was a hub of activity, bustling with fishermen, cooks, and gossiping locals. Nowadays, though, the pier is a hub for a more modern demographic: jet skiers. As the home base of Miami Jet Ski Rental, the pier hosts a fleet of 2009 Yamaha VX Deluxe jet skis and a team of staffers certified in CPR and first aid. Aboard their rental vessels, adventurers can zoom through Biscayne Bay or take to the Atlantic Ocean, catching glimpses of wildlife such as dolphins, manatees, and librarians.