Thanks to the elimination of oceanic paper trees, Jet-Skiers can ski freely without the fear of half-submerged redwoods. Today’s side deal conjures high-velocity sea breezes with a two-hour Jet-Ski rental from Seaforth Boat Rentals for $99 (a value of up to $206). Three locations in Mission Bay, Downtown, and Coronado host able crews of Pacific-minded hydrocrafts that hold two or three passengers each and are immediately ready to hop into the harbor for an enthusiastic tour of San Diego’s coastal views. You must be 18 years or older to rent a Jet Ski, and bring your picture ID and credit card for a deposit.
Seaforth Boat Rentals' Yamaha Waverunners safely tear through water to give riders the mobile sensation of a flying fish and the wind-blown hair of a zooming porpoise. Life vests are provided and the 9% fuel surcharge is included in the Groupon, making two hours of maritime scooting a stress-free adventure full of diligent weaving and the modern spirit of exploration. Jet Skis are easy to ride and require no trailers or towing before gracefully taking to the water, providing an experience as unforgettable as a skateboarding bathtub. Seaforth doesn't take reservations for Jet Skis, so rentals are offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Seven Yelpers give Seaforth Boat Rentals a near-perfect 4.5-star average:
Seaforth Boat Rentals
The experienced staff at Seaforth Boat Rental play host to watery adventures that were voted finalists for the KGTV San Diego A-List’s Best Water Activities in 2010 and 2011. Guided sailing adventures and WaveRunner tours shoot seafarers along the waterways for exceptional views of the coastline, splashing sea life, and dolphins circling on their own WaveRunners.
Consummate aquaphiles can haul various benefits⎯including reduced rates on the rentals of kayaks, canoes, and other seaworthy crafts, access to all five Seaforth locations, and free bicycle rentals in Mission Bay⎯with the Seaforth Sailing Club membership. Seaforth also offers sailing classes along with myriad sailing, yachting, and fishing charters for luxurious days on the water or early mornings spent serenading elusive sailfish.