ABOUT Jet Ski Adventure
- Explore historic Charlotte Amalie Bay
- Cruise around Water Island
- See stunning Honey Moon Beach
Jet Ski Kawasaki
- Top of the line, 3 person
- 1500 cc Kawasaki Jet Skis
- Emerald Beach Resort on Lindbergh Bay
Riding a jet ski is most likely one of the most exciting things you can do in the Caribbean. Here are some safety tips:
Each person, rider or passenger, is mandated to wear the life jacket that we supply at all times while on the Jet Ski. Fashion lovers, don’t worry, our lifejackets are stylish and very comfortable
Use the watercraft's safety precautions. We're referring to the lanyard that is placed around the wrist, attaching you to the handlebars of the watercraft. If you accidentally go overboard (very unlikely) the string (lanyard), which is attached to your wrist, will be pulled out of the handlebar, switching off the engine. We at JetSkiVi.com have taken our jet skis out for test rides and did some extreme maneuvers but never came close to falling off our jet skis.
- STAY ALERT.
It's easy to get caught up in the moment of fun once you get going, but other boats, skiers, divers, or swimmers could be in your general area.
- DON'T DRINK AND RIDE:
Wanting to go for a cruise after a few drinks may feel like a cool idea, but it’s NOT! A few drinks may affect your reaction response time, which is what you need most of all when you ride a jet ski.
Basic rules of the sea includes being courteous to other vessels and always allow bigger vessels the passage before you:
- STAY ALERT.