Guided Jet Ski Tour
Maximum 1 driver per jet ski and 1 rider.
Please note that all departure times are based on the LOCAL time in port. Pick ups can be made at hotels located between Willemstad and Caracas Bay for an additional cost. This option will be made available to you at checkout. Second rider can also drive the Jetski at the halfway point, as changes from steering position can be made at that time, if requested.
Tour Participation Requirements
Special Medical Restriction
Jet Ski. Personal watercraft. Water scooter. Aqua bike. Blaster. XLT. GTI. EX. VX. STX. GTX. Skidding, spinning, and railing. For the uninitiated, it's all a confusing jumble of brand and model names, generic terms that fail to convey the fun, seemingly random letter combinations (except for the X, which gets quite a workout), and esoteric lingo.
No worries. If this is your first time, just listen to the safety briefing and follow your guide.
If it's not your first time ... well, still listen to the safety briefing. Then follow your instincts and your guide.
The waters around Curacao are subject to trade winds and currents that set up particular conditions. Experienced riders can gauge them with a glance. (Newbies should watch where the guide glances.) So know that the craft you'll ride was chosen because it's perfect for those conditions – stable enough to let you enjoy the scenery, fast enough to elicit X-type exclamations, and nimble enough for a little showing off. (Newbies: Give yourselves 15+ minutes.)
Happily, this is one of those times when being new to something doesn't feel like you just knocked over a row of Harleys with your Vespa. It's not about knowing how to bounce the notch, or the relative advantages of the XP vs. the XP-X. It's about having a great time on a pretty awesome machine, and learning more about the island you came all this way to see. Regardless of skill level, that's what you'll do.
BTW: "Bouncing the notch" isn't even a thing. Although, after maybe 20 minutes, you could make it one.
In addition to an advantageous location outside the Caribbean hurricane belt, Curacao is blessed with temperatures that make forecasts pre-recordable. September is the warmest month, averaging 84 degrees; in the wintry depths of January, temps plunge to 80. The trade winds seal it all with a soft kiss, blowing cool during the day and warm at night, but only strong enough to stir up surfable waves on the north coast.
Non-refundable if canceled within 48 hours of requested services.