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Jet Skis for rent in Weatherford and surrounding areasJet Skis for rent in Weatherford and surrounding areasJet Skis for rent in Weatherford and surrounding areas

Jet Skis for rent in Weatherford and surrounding areas

Estimated price
$500 / day


Brand new jet skis for rent $500 each per day near Weatherford, Oklahoma.   Two persons max capacity per jet ski. Renter must be 25 years old with a valid drivers license. ***Weekends only***

Captain is not included.
Trip may require hiring additional qualified personnel.
2 guests
Jetskis & Personal Watercraft
Jet Ski

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Features & Details

  • Bluetooth
  • Life jackets/required safety gear

Approximate Location

You’ll get directions to the departure location when you make a booking.

The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

Full refund up to 7 days prior.

Additional Terms & Information

About Home Services / Rates Forms Rules Oklahoma Lakes       More Check AvailabilityOK Boating Rules & Regulations: Who May Operate:   Person(s) over the age of 16  with a valid drivers license must complete a PWC safety briefing and sign all forms.   ***ALL VESSEL OPERATORS MUST WATCH BEGINNERS VIDEO AND COMPLETE REQUIRED FORMS.   Renters must be 25 years of age with a valid drivers license and insurance.  Person(s) under 18 must have his/her legal guardian submit signed waiver to OK Jet Ski Rentals. Minor must be over 50" tall and/or 6 years of age to ride behind an adult. Life jackets must be United States Coast Guard (USCG) approved and worn at all times on both operators and passengers.   You may not operate a PWC in any of the following negligent manners: (Any violation will result in termination of rental time with no refund)   • Operating a personal watercraft under the influence of drugs or alcohol. • Jumping or attempting to jump the wake of another vessel within 100 feet of that vessel. • Riding backwards and/or standing on the seat of the craft while riding. • Weaving through and recklessly operating in areas of congestion. • Speeding in restricted areas such as marinas, no wake zones, environmentally sensitive areas or operating in a manner that endangers the life, limb or property of any person, including the operator. (i.e. splashing other PWC’s or swimmers, buzzing piers and other boaters, etc.) •Operating a personal watercraft between the hours of sunset and sunrise. • Allowing children under the age of 6 to ride behind an adult. • Operating a personal watercraft without a life jacket or kill switch attached. • Exceeding the number of people or weight limits listed on the capacity plate. • Littering. •Operating a personal watercraft outside the designated boundary area. • Operating a personal watercraft in a circular course around fishermen or swimmers. • Moor or attach to any buoy, beacon, light marker, stake, flag or other aid to safe operation, or to move, remove or, displace, tamper with, damage or destroy the same. •Anchoring in the traveled portion of any river or channel so as to prevent, impede, or interfere with safe passage of any other boat through the same area. •Operating a personal watercraft within an area designated as bathing, fishing, swimming, or otherwise restricted • Engaging in water skiing, surfboarding or other similar activity. •Swimming or diving within two hundred yards of any sight-seeing or excursion boat except for maintenance purposes or unless within an enclosed area. •Operating within 50 feet of a "Diver Down Flag" or operate a boat within 150 feet of a "Diver Down Flag" except at Headway/Steerage Speed. •Fueling the watercraft with any person aboard. • Failing to comply with the U.S. Coast Guard Inland Rules of the Road