Jet Ski FAQs
We have many different options. For starters, there are over 15,000 lakes in Wisconsin that are known as popular vacationing spots or relaxing getaways.
Great question. Your jet ski rental is not tied to a certain location. You can use it here, or tow it somewhere else. We can also deliver it to any location in Wisconsin for you.
If you want a jet ski, you should get all the features you want! Our rentals allow you to ride with not just one, but two other people!
You must be at least 12 years old to drive a wave runner in Wisconsin. However, if you were born after 01/01/1989, you must complete a boating safety course before you can legally drive a jet ski. Anyone born before 01/01/1989 does not need to take the boating safety course, but it is highly recommended.
There is no law that says you need to be a certain age to ride as a passenger. However, personal watercraft (PWC) manufacturers recommend that all passengers be able to rest their feet flat on the foot wells for stability and safety reasons.
To rent a jet ski, you must be 18 years of age or older because you must be able to legally sign a contract.
Although reservations are not required they are highly recommended. Your reservation can be cancelled without any penalty with at least a seven (7) days’ notice. Any reservation deposits will be treated as a credit toward a future rental.
The renter is responsible for purchasing fuel. Our jet skis come with a full tank of gas. It is the responsibility of the renter to return their jet ski with a full tank of gas.
Yes. Each jet ski rental includes up to three (3) adult life jackets. Because children come in so many different shapes and sizes, Power Sports Rental Network does not offer child-size life jackets.
Yes. When you take possession of the jet ski, we provide an operational overview and safety orientation.
Yes. The renter is responsible for any and all damage done to the jet ski while in their possession.
Yes. A security deposit of $500 is required on every jet ski.
Yes. Any equipment rented for more than one day (eight hours or more) receives a 10% discount.
Nothing — they are all different names for the same thing. Personal watercraft (PWC) is a generic term for a type of boat. Jet Ski is a trademarked name for Kawasaki’s PWC’s, and Waverunner is a trademarked name for Yamaha’s PWC’s. Some people think jet ski means it’s a stand-up PWC and wave runner means it’s a sit-down PWC. This is not true. There are both stand-up and sit-down jet skis as well as stand-up and sit-down wave runners.