Sailing in Tempe


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  • Jet Action Rentals
    Started as a fiberglass-repair business more than 18 years ago, Jet Action Rentals has evolved into its current multifaceted incarnation, offering both jet-ski rentals and maintenance. Seven days a week, customers can saddle up on Yamaha VX 110 WaveRunners, capable of reaching speeds up to 60 mph and holding up to three passengers. As an authorized warranty repair facility for Yamaha, Jet Action’s technicians continue to tweak the fiberglass, plastics, and Atlantean compounds used to manufacture most personal watercrafts. When not tending to aquatic vessels, technicians also nurture motorcycles, cars, and trailers back to health.
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    1850 E University Dr
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Arizona Outdoor Atv Wtrcrft
    Arizona Outdoor Fun lets riders whip around winding lakes, trails, and tight canyons the way nature intended—atop landscape-chewing wheels. When not busy peddling a cache of extreme all-terrain Honda vehicles and dirt bikes, Rhino UTVs, and agile sport quads, their expert guides lead fun, scenic ATV tours around the Verde River and Bradshaw Mountains, sharing tidbits about local Native American culture, plants, fossilized cowboy hats, and wildlife. They also deal in aquatic sports with boat rentals including wakeboard boats, pontoon boats, and fishing boats, small vessels such as jet skis, and kayaks and canoes that run on man power. Master mechanics at the shop’s garage keep all vehicles ready for adventure, drawing on more than 25 years of experience to repair personal ATVs and other recreational crafts, including scooters and go-karts.
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    2144 E Indian School Rd
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • Pleasant Harbor Marina
    The open to the public Waterfront Grille snuggles up to Lake Pleasant, overlooking its blue waters as it doles out a satisfying selection of succulent grill fare. Kick off the meal with the tender original chicken wings starter ($8.99), served hot-style, barbecue-infused, or stark naked. A m?lange of hearty sandwiches includes the fully loaded philly cheesesteak sandwich, nestled in the bosom of a downy hoagie roll and served with a choice of fries, cole slaw, or a small salad ($10.95). Gaze out on the serene views of the water as you dive into a lakeside feast with entrees such as the steak of the day, a tender steak treading in a bed of saut?ed mushrooms and fresh veggies, accompanied by a mashed potato raft ($17.49). Round out the meal with a delectable double chocolate cake ($5.99), or build a traditional cheesecake schooner ($4.99) and race a seasoned sailor to the other side of the lake.
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    40202 N 87th Ave
    Peoria, AZ US
  • Bartlett Lake
    Nestled amidst the trees of the Tonto National Forest, Bartlett Lake's tranquil atmosphere creates the perfect escape for a day on the water. Guests can camp on the shoreline, spy deer, eagles, and coyotes while hiking through the forest, or rent a boat to explore the lake. The marina rents ski boats, kayaks, and pontoon boats with up to a 12-person capacity. Visitors can acquire fishing supplies and bait, or just take along a cooler and an iPod for a relaxing float.
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    20808 East Bartlett Dam Road
    Rio Verde, AZ US
  • Desert Dog Hummer Adventures
    Hummers were designed for all-terrain exploration. As such, these four-wheel beasts can travel where your average car—and Jeep—can't. During Desert Dog's Twilight Hummer adventure, groups head out into the desert at dusk, giving participants access to sunset views, a spotlight, and night-vision gadgets to help them sight the local wildlife. Also included is a mandatory stop for s'mores.
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    17212 E Shea Blvd
    Fountain Hills, AZ US
  • Sailboat Shop
    Sailboat Shop proprietor Tom Errickson first learned to sail at age 11, sparking a love for boating that turned into his life's work. After years of repairing sailboats and plying the waves of sometimes frigid Lake Michigan, Errickson returned to Arizona and assembled a crew of seasoned instructors to teach clients useful sailing skills through ASA-certified classes. By spending three relaxing hours on a 30-foot sloop during a sunset cruise, or learning the ropes during a keelboating class, Arizonans can experience the rare pleasure of sailing in the middle of the desert. Aspiring mariners can purchase craft ranging from an inflatable dinghy to a brand-new Catalina swing-keel boat, or charter a craft and experienced skipper for a memorable party on the water.
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    9126 W South Ramp Rd.
    Peoria, AZ US

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