Jet Ski Rental in San Diego
Jet Ski Rentals at SD Adventures
Jet Ski San Diego Bay on one of our new 2020 Yamaha WaveRunners. SD Adventures is located in Harbor Island and has the most central location for you and your group to explore downtown and the USS midway by water, get up close with the seals near Ballast Point in the bay or cruise all the way to the shorelines of Coronado Island and Beautiful Point loma. Experience the best San Diego has to offer at SD Adventures.
Jet Ski Pricing & Specials
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What to Expect
- To Operate a Jet Ski you must be at least 18 years of age.
- Please arrive at least 30 minutes early for your reservations to enjoy the maximum amount of time. You will have to sign safety waivers upon arrival.
- We can provide a wetsuit with your rental, the air can be a bit nippy here in San Diego, but we have you covered.
- We provide you with everything you need to know on how to drive the jet ski’s before you leave the marina.
- No hidden fees, ever.
- Gas is always included.
- Our WaveRunners Seat 1-2 people per jet ski.
- Get ready for a great time.
- Home of the 75-minute rental.
What You’ll See in San Diego Bay
San Diego has one of the most beautiful natural harbors in the world known as San Diego Bay. San Diego Bay is the closest body of water to downtown San Diego and spans from Chula Vista north all the way way out to the pacific ocean. When jet skiing here you can see some of the most scenic views from the Coronado bridge, to downtown, marinas of harbor island and shelter island and beautiful Point Loma.
You can also see a variety of local wildlife in the bay including seals, sea lions, bottle-nose dolphin, and a wide variety of birds. This makes it the ultimate place to not only jet ski but take in many sites that San Diego has to offer. It is also a less crowded area for boating and jet skiing making it a bit safer than other areas.
Considered to be one of the best natural harbors on the west coast of North America, it was colonized by Spain beginning in 1769. San Diego Bay is a home port of major assets, including several aircraft carriers, of the United States Pacific Fleet, and as a result of base closures beginning in the 1980s, facilities in San Diego Bay are the major naval base facilities still in operation in California.