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What You'll Get
Red sky at night is a sailor’s delight, but red sky at morning means the ship's been steered inside a volcano. Discover further aquaformation with today’s Groupon: for $149, you get a four-hour boat rental from SeaRide Watersports at either of its locations in Fort Lauderdale or Hollywood (a $299 value).
SeaRide Watersports launches a fleet of Sea-Doo jet boats into the intercoastal waters and bay areas surrounding the Fort Lauderdale region. With today’s deal, up to six aquatic adventurers can climb aboard an ergo-dynamic vessel to enjoy a four-hour expedition and explore the southern Floridian sights. Before tours, boaters can peruse the U.S. aids to navigation system to learn helpful tidbits on proper boating etiquette and laws, then bring along laminated copies to refer to while afloat or share with literate waves they encounter.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 29, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 6 people per boat. Not valid holidays or weekends. Subject to weather. $250 gas security deposit required. Valid only in inter-coastal bay areas, boats prohibited in ocean and in all ports. Driver must have been born before 1/3/1988. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About SeaRide Watersports
SeaRide Watersports' fleet of Sea-Doo jet boats helps both novice and experienced boaters traverse Fort Lauderdale's Intercoastal waters and bay areas. Designed for ease of use, the sleek vessels carry temporary captains over scenic waterways and toward beaches, where passengers can swim or protest the unjust land use of nearby sand castles.
SeaRide Watersports' staff rents their boats for full or half days, and can complement aquatic journeys with picnic baskets full of sandwiches and snacks. They also maintain an online safety guide that teaches how to understand marine navigation systems such as buoys and traffic signals given by whales.