What You'll Get
Sleek mopeds are all the rage in Europe, where outmoded full-sized cars are now used almost exclusively for storing sun-melted chocolate bars. Sample European chic with today’s Groupon: for $40, you get an all-day 50cc moped rental from Northwest Boat Rentals and Adventures in Poulsbo, plus a tour map (an $80 value). Purchasers of this Groupon may not make a reservation for any date before May 27.
Northwest Boat Rentals and Adventures mobilizes languid landlubbers with easy-to-operate, eco-considerate scooters. With the provided map as a guide, drivers can confidently navigate the sights and sounds of Poulsbo, a city snuggled into the north shore of the Liberty Bay. Cruise the streets at up to 35 miles per hour in an effort to dry sea spray from your hair, scout out potential tracts of land on which to build inflatable castles, or purchase this Groupon with a friend to see who can pilot their vehicle the most fuel-efficiently. A helmet is included with the rental to ensure safety from falling flannel.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 12, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Reservation required. Must make reservation for 5/27 or later. Credit card required at booking. Ferry fare not included. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Northwest Boat Rentals and Adventures
A descendant of fishermen and boat captains who have called the area's coastal waters home for more than a century, Captain Arch regales visitors with nautical stories while showing off his fleet of rental boats. Watercraft ranges from electric Duffy boats to sailboats, which allows the captain to equip renters for adventures such as fishing, waterskiing, or leisurely scenic floats. Beyond rentals, Arch's crew arranges guided trips, including visits to Blake Island, or beverage and appetizer cruises fortified with local wines, smoked salmon, and waiters imported from France.