pattaya jet-ski hire

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Jet Ski Rental Pattaya

Jet Ski rental in Pattaya is available at several locations near the beach and also at Jomtien Beach (South Pattaya). To rent or charter a Jet-Ski you can expect to pay around 600 to 1,000 ? for a 30-minute Jet Ski Ride. Nevertheless, you should be aware there is no insurance for most rentals.

Jet-skiing across the surface of the sea on a powered watercraft is great fun for both teenagers and adults. It is not a difficult sport to master and the basic techniques are relatively easy to learn for first timers. However, you should follow some rudimentary safety precautions to protect yourself and those around you in the water.

Jet Ski Safety Tips

These basic safety tips for Jet Ski rental should help you enjoy yourself safely.

  • When you have a passenger on the back, the extra weight may cause the jet ski to handle differently
  • If you are inexperienced, be sure you practice basic turns again before going beyond trolling speeds with a passenger
  • If the Jet Ski runs poorly after capsizing, then ride it at a high speed for one to two minutes to help clear water out of the engine
  • Most places that rent a Jet Ski to you on Pattaya beaches do not require any training or license to ride Jet-skis
  • The areas where people rent a Jet Ski is often crowded with people swimming

Hiring a Jet Ski – Instructions

  1. Attach the engine shut-off clip to your wrist before you start your Jet Ski. This clip is a precaution to ensure that the engine is killed automatically should you be thrown off. The hirer that you rent it from should point this out to you but there is no guarantee that he will do so. Always check to ensure that your safety flotation jacket is secure and then start the motor.
  2. Place both your hands on the handlebars and slowly engage the throttle. While you are in close proximity to the shore or the dock, keep your speed at the lowest level which is called trolling. Trolling speeds are generally 10 mph or less which do not create any wake.
  3. Practice making turns at trolling speed until you are comfortable with the sensation of your weight shifting with the Jet Ski. Stay close to the shore while you are learning and avoid other Jet Skiers and power boats.
  4. Take the Jet Ski up to a higher speed so that the nose is slightly raised out of the water. This velocity is known as sub-planing and will create a small wake. Be aware that some water will be sprayed up into your face if you ride over choppier conditions.
  5. Approach waves and the wake of other watercraft from the front. Depending on the size of the wave and your speed, the Jet Ski may be thrown into the air. Use your knees to raise yourself off the seat several inches while airborne to help lessen the impact when you hit the water again.
  6. Stay aware of your surroundings at all times when you are learning to Jet Ski. If possible, go out on the water with a friend so that you will have help in case of an emergency. Refrain from trying tricks and traveling at high speeds when there are larger watercraft nearby.

King’s Cup Jet Ski World Championship

There is an annual championship jet-ski event held every year at Jomtien beach. Watching the Jet Ski King’s Cup world championship is a good place to start if you really want to see how the professionals use jet-skis.

Warning Take Note icon

Jet Ski Scam in Thailand – Follow this advice when you are participating in any water sport rides or hiring motorized scooters. Please practice caution towards Thailand Jet Ski scam by unscrupulous operators trying to charge you extra cash for apparent damages to the water craft.

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