What You'll Get
America has always been the most extreme country, from the Boston Tea Punchings to having the first man swear on the moon. We hold this shredding guitar solo to be self-evident with today's Groupon to Ride a Wave in Boca Raton. Choose between the following options:
- For $79, you get a 90-minute waverunner rental (a 164.30 value).
- For $140, you get a three-hour waverunner rental (a $286.20 value).
Ride a Wave's borrowable waverunners equip renters with the ability to helm their own adventures on a frontier teeming with untamed waves. Up to three riders at a time can enjoy scathing across Lake Boca whilst saddled atop a Yamaha VX110 waverunner, taking in the breathtakingly blue Atlantic or racing burly gondoliers along the intracoastal waterway. The 1,100-cc engine driving each personal vessel enables riders to reach speeds of up to 60 miles per hour as they explore the ocean in search of windswept hairstyles and shy sunrises. Clients born after January 1, 1988, will be required to show a valid Florida boater's license, as well as a permission slip signed by Poseidon.
Though Ride a Wave sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person for both options, may buy 2 addl as gifts for 90-minute option. Valid only for option purchased. 24hr cancel notice or $25 fee may apply. $250 deposit reqd. Must be 18 or older or be accompanied by guardian. Must sign waiver. Subj to weather. Clients born after 1/1/88 must have Florida Boater's license. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
On the shores of Lake Boca, only 100 yards from the Atlantic Ocean, Ride-A-Wave doles out rentals from its fleet of WaveRunners and Sea Rays. Its entry-level WaveRunners, three-seat Yamaha VX 110s, can crest swells at up to 60 miles per hour. Alternatively, the open bows of 19-foot and 21-foot Sea Rays let up to eight passengers feel the wind in their chest hair as they steer through tropical waters while listening to the radio and grabbing drinks from the built-in cooler.