Jet ski & boat rentals in Virginia Beach are a popular attraction for families. My greatest wish is for all of our visitors to get out on the water one way or another. Whether by fishing boat or tour boat there’s lots of ways to ride the waves. You could argue that the best way to get on the water is on a jet ski. It’s like riding a rollercoaster that you get to steer! If you want to take the whole family for a ride, there are small boats for rent as well.
Virginia Beach is home to many tour boats for families to take a cruise on such as Rudee Mariner or the Rudee Whaler that leave out of the Marina District at Rudee Loop. And if you wanna cast your line and catch some fish book a trip on the Rudee Angler.
One of the most fun and exciting ways to get out on the water is on a waverunner or Jet Ski. Why is jet skiing so fun for everyone? Thousands take to the water each day on personal water craft (PWC), commonly known as Jet Skis. From a operator’s point of view, they’re small, maneuverable, fast, and seemingly simple to use. You just climb aboard, start it and twist the throttle. The next thing you know you’re flying across the water throwing spray every time you shift your body. And the ability to take in the oceanfront from the water is truly a unique view that you can’t get anywhere else. So without a doubt you got to make sure you entertain the family with jet ski and boat rentals. It’s an experience that your family and friends will never forget about your time in Virginia Beach. You can rent a waverunner, Jet Ski or small boat, at Rudee Inlet.
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