“Jet Ski Rental Business”
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  • Tony said on October 13, 2012
    Very interested in starting a jet ski business, have the jet skis just looking for a place to put them, anyone have any ideas, ready to move 604 928 6620
  • martin said on December 10, 2012
    hello am looking for a partners for a jet ski operation in Puerto Rico. I have 4 2009 Yamaha waveruners and the perfect waters and access. to permits I started 20 years ago as a hobby now I wanted to make a business. I have the perfect Caribbean waters is breath taking and the perfect place for tours and snorkeling if any body interested please give me a call at 939 279 7697 or e mail me at martinginel.mjg@Gmail.com
  • david said on February 8, 2013
    as i always say before starting any business know your laws and do lots of research, location matters and advertising, start small then if it dont work your really not out much, test the waters before diving in
  • jai said on March 4, 2013
    hmmm the big business guys who failed seemed so negative advising based on their business such as scott... gave great info but he didnt once mention his profit... if things are so bad why didnt u quit.... robert was most accurate on advise here... i'm interested in opening my own business & i must say thank robert.. for bearing down right realistic n not kill our moods with negative failing thoughts....
  • Jet Ski Brian said on March 15, 2013
    I have been Jet Ski Fishing for over ten years. I am going to start a jet ski fishing and eco tours guide business this year. 3-4 hours trips in the Chesapeake Bay and along coastal Virginia on custom rigged pwc's. I want people to experience more than just going in circles. Reading these responses has helped me think through some of the details. I still have some detail and legal work to get straight. I have a blog www.jetskibrian.com that I post a lot of my fishing trips on.
  • martin said on April 9, 2013
    hello again am still looking for a partner for a jet ski business in pr i have the connection and for skis and 20 years of experience with a partner wr could ged permits for the south coast ponce to caborojo if intrusted please get in touch with me
  • Emily said on April 11, 2013
    Hello guys! We are currently researching about that business. And we plan to start either this summer or the next one, depending on many factors such as insurance and getting licenses. We are looking for partners in Europe. Please contact us at emilija.alijeva@yahoo.com if interested. Kind Regards
  • Emily said on April 11, 2013
    @Martin, you did not leave your details, please contact us back if you are still interested.
  • newman said on April 21, 2013
    Hello, I am i jamaica where tourism is booming now, i worked in water sports for yours, and have a rich experience in motorize and none motorize water sports activities. Am now seeking a partner to start up a parasail or a jet ski rental business here, i have the location and the experience, but low in capitals, so if any one who share this same interest please let me know. My email fbncll390@gmail.com
  • TEP VIRAK said on June 9, 2013
    Dear all friends, I hope you are all getting fine with your Jetski rental business. I am Cambodian, and I own Jetski rental business in SIHANOUK VILL BEACH, Kingdom of Cambodia, since January 2013. I have 6 Jetskis and two Boats, but not working well. I don't have an experience on it.I am now looking any one who can help me or be a partner to do this business here. Please let contact me via my email: virak_vdto@yahoo.com. Thank you all in advance. With best wish to you. Tep Virak.
  • Rudolf said on July 31, 2013
    Hello to all. i'm rudolf from Philippines.. i lived in Matabungkay beach, Lian, Batangas, Philippines where a lot of tourists visits us from different countries like S.Korea Japan, US and a lot more. we have cottages in front of the beach and we are so famous on our Floating Raft that are made from bamboos.i am looking for investors that can provide us a jetski rental business or any water sports business.jet ski is very popular here in our place and banana boat as well..my family wants this business but unfortunately we dont have that kind of money to afford,so if you are interested just email me at rudolf.a.bausas@gmail.com.
  • Alexander said on August 1, 2013
    Looking to find a partner experienced in the industry to go into business with. I have good Capital but little experience in this field. Plan to retire from current career and go into business for myself. Preferably looking to partner up with someone who has a location established, experienced with the equipment/maintenance and ready to expand. Contact me with your info at alexander.ryan91@gmail.com
  • Aliasgar said on September 20, 2013
    Located in Irvine CA 92614. I have an interest in funding one of following:
    1. Jetski school for all ages
    2. Storage facilities on / near beaches to reduce storage cost for jet ski operators
    3. Leasing jet ski to licensed / insured operators for a minimal fee
  • Hammadi said on October 15, 2013
    I'm starting Water Sports club soon in Dubai, UAE, where I rented a spot in a hotel, I will be the only watersports club in this area :) the Activities included in my water sport club are Jetski, kayak, wake boarding, skiing, banana, jet boards. Plus, I want to add kitesurfing and windsurfing But I didn't find good instructors for kitesurfing and windsurfing!! How many helpers do I need if I have 10 jet skis? Where is the best place to find talented people with experience to work with me? 00971507759494 / dubaisky@me.com
  • Scott P> said on October 31, 2013
    Very interesting reading. Appreciate everyone's input. I've been thinking about two locations in West Virginia, one along a quite river and another on a lake. It looks grim though if I cant get insurance with my only experience being operating one? I may have missed it in all of these post but what about water rescue? What if one of your customers takes a dump into the water and does not come back up? Small rural communities in West Virginia dont have lifeguards posted along rivers or lakes. Input appreciated.
  • Steven said on November 3, 2013
    Great thread! I have owned and operated my boat and jet ski rental business in Texas for over 7 years now. I am looking to expand my business outside of the U.S. mainly looking around the Caribbean. I have all equipment and knowledge on starting and operating this type of business but trying to lock down a location. If anyone knows or has connections in the Caribbean for a potential location for rentals, I am ready to go! May also consider partnership. Also possibly looking to sell my business in Texas within the next couple of years. Feel free to contact me with any info. naustin16@gmail.com
  • Todd H said on November 12, 2013
    good read, I've owned my rental for 11 years In Colorado, I too am interested in expanding southeast, Florida or further south, possibly a partnership situation would be ok, I too might sell in a couple of years as well, I'd like to expand my biz to a near full year operation, there are limitations to a season biz. the location and details of that location are key, maybe even more important then the equipment IMO, feel free to contact me info@theskishak.com
  • sushil bhavsar said on November 21, 2013
    Dear Sir, I would like to start jet ski rental business in Ladghar, Dapoli,dist Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, India so kindly suggest the business and the total investment for the same Thanks and regards. sushil 9699122122
  • Jason said on January 14, 2014
    Pls can I run a jet ski business on an artificially made lake?
  • Prospectus said on January 17, 2014
    Hello everyone... I am currently looking for anyone who can consult professionally on setting up a Jet Ski rental business and also for possible partnership with anyone interested in a new venture. Anyone with the right knowledge and verifiable experience are most welcome to contact me for further discussion noting that the venture | prospect will be located in South-East Asia. All Interested parties with necessary know-how, especially to those who are planning to journey down here soon or backpack this region throughout the coming summer, please do not hesitate in dropping me a note. Thanks for the tips people, and wish you all the best with your current & future undertakings. MY EMAIL – jetskirental@outlook.com
  • Alicia D said on January 24, 2014
    Hello, I have been involved in jet ski rental for the last 5 years and have a great opportunity in the South Pacific. I am seeking investors up to $200,000 and am able to supply cash flow forecasts and business plan. Please contact me for further information alicia@aliciadunn.com
  • Glen said on January 27, 2014
    Stay away from Jamaica right now. Jet skis are banned because someone died.
  • Steven said on March 18, 2014
    I am looking to sell my boat and jet ski rental business at the end of this season located near Austin, TX. Please contact me for more info. Serious buyers only.
  • Ron said on April 18, 2014
    looking for waiver and a company to get my skiis insured. Thanks for any help. Ron
  • newman said on April 26, 2014
    Hello everyone, I am well experienced in general water sports now seeking someone to partner with in jamaica for that business, so if you are thinking about water sports business in an area where tourism is booming please contact me: fbncll390@gmail.com.
  • maya said on June 18, 2014
    Hello everyone, I have a good business opportunity i sell 9 flyboard concessions in the all riviera maya in mexico. Good profits, Possibility to put jet ski for rent to increase profits. Revenue in cash at 80 to 100% .. If you are interested contact me : Onlycash00@gmail.com
  • david marvel said on July 7, 2014
    i will like to purchase jet ski from your company. Can i have a link that will take me directly to the types of jet ski that you carry with the prices attached to it. What types of payment do you accept? Have a nice day !
  • Michael said on July 29, 2014
    Rhody.. Get back with me at email .. Have questions. Endevours5@gmail.com
  • Anthony said on August 17, 2014
    I own and run a established jetski touring company in NYC - we are at Jettyjumpers.com I was thinking about selling , I have a awesome location (restaurant etc) we have 9 skies that are busy 7 days a week , I have return clients and a big following email me @ jettyjumpersinc@aol.com Lets talk. Anthony Stallone
  • John Desouza said on August 21, 2014
    Hello Everyone! it was a amazing to see many of you interesting in the jet ski water sport. I would like to invest in the thing if i like your business plan. So if anybody is interested just send me your detail business plan mentioning every thing within that right from location to set up cost. Even in India i like that country and have many sources over there as well. You can reach me @ johndesouza046@gmail.com
  • milosh said on August 29, 2014
    Hi, i have few questions.. I want to open jet ski rental business in South miami beach, and i'm wondering how much is the cost of renting a beach down there for 8-10 jet skies and can i start with 80000$?
  • kim said on September 2, 2014
    I have a pair of jet skis I would like 5 rent out. Where can I get info about ins and deposits TIA
  • Andy said on October 20, 2014
    Hey guys, I am thinking to open a jet ski rental on St Martin Island. I would go to the North side of the Island because this belongs to the EU. There are a few rental companies, but not many. Have someone any experience or info about insurance or how it goes to open a business over there? I am also an EU citizen. Thanks. Andy (manateediyclub@gmail.com)
  • Chris said on November 2, 2014
    I'm interested in selling my jet ski rental business in Florida. Everything is brand new from the floating dock to the 10 2015 jet skis. The location is the "Best" in Florida. Asking price $650k. Serious inquiries only please.
  • peter said on December 4, 2014
    Hello, I am a current business owner in the trucking industry {oil& gas}. I am looking to expand into the watercraft rental and charter business in the Caribbean. We are currently looking at Belize and the Bahamas. I have local contacts in both countries, and am looking for some advice/consultant on the industry. I have a base knowledge of both personal and private watercraft, and a sound business plan/design. I would appreciate any positive contact and am open to remuneration for services and or partnership possibilities. Please feel free to email at phmtransport@gmail.com
  • Andrey said on December 16, 2014
    Anyone interested in starting a rental in Los Angeles? There's lots of marinas along the coast. Everything would be split 50/50.
  • Andy said on March 4, 2015
    Hey Guys, I need some help.... I got here a 17 pages General Applicant Information form from First Flight Insurance. Could anyone help me to fill this out? This going to be a Jet Ski, Motor Boat and Kayak Rental Business. Questions are just unbelievable.... :) Or any other suggestion for Insurance Company. Thanks manateediyclub@gmail.com)
  • james said on March 11, 2015
    I am in the business shoot me an email
  • Rick said on April 7, 2015
    I am looking to start a jet ski rental business somewhere in Mexico, Belize, Costa Rica, etc. I need to know how to begin the process, getting business licenses in other countries, how to find and choose choice locations or get in certain resorts. I am very serious about this, just need to know more and in the gathering information stage right now. Please email me at rloopdc@yahoo.com
  • Ricky said on April 21, 2015
    Looking to partner up with a rental business. I have years of experience. Also can help with consulting if your needing info. Running jet ski, boat, paddling.
  • Melissa said on April 22, 2015
    This thread has been a great source of raw information from owners and entrepreneurs. I am soaking up the information but would love to know more. I am wanting to start up a jetski rental/dolphin tour company with my husband in the Clearwater FL area. If all goes well I have 2 friends that are wanting to join the venture. I enjoy jetskiing and dont mind at all making it my job everyday all day. I know location is key and theres a lot of finances involved as well as paperwork (insurance, etc...). I would love to speak with someone that knows the ins and outs of the business, possibly an investor as well. I recently rented a jet ski from Scott in Panama City (funny he was on this thread). He was awesome to speak with - seem to be the "give it to you straight" kind of guy. I am 28yrs old and my husband is 35. We want to start a new chapter in our lives where we do what we love. If anyone in the know would like to share their knowledge I would love to hear from you. This is something I am putting serious thought into and I am not taking it lightly. I appreciate any inquiries. Thanks again. I can be reached at melissa.casole@yahoo.com thanks!
  • David said on April 23, 2015
    Looking for partner or investor for a jetski/ boat rental business in N. Nevada. Popular Summer recreation and winter fishing destination. This is an exclusive rental business with virtually no competition. If interested please contact me. Idzaa67@gmail.com
  • Jay Perez said on May 3, 2015
    hello there, I see there is a lot of people trying to partner up to open a jet ski business. I'm actually trying to do the same thing in Louisisana. The good thing here in this locations that there is no competition for now. I'm about to retire from the army and I m looking for the right partner to start this business. If you are interested please contact me at jp0974@hotmail.com. As a veteran I have a lot of benefits that enables me to open a business, need an extrategic partner with investment to make it happen.
  • Robert Jennings said on May 4, 2015
    I live in the Turks and Caicos I'm looking for a investors so we can open up a jet ski and jet board jet kayak rental and guided tours around the beautiful beach and islands of the Turks and Caicos. I am looking to target mostly the Vellas and provide them with good customer services if there is anyone interested contact me robertajennings@hotmail.com number 16493465692
  • Chanel said on May 12, 2015
    This forum was insightful: I went jet skiing in Florida a few weeks ago and got the idea to start my own business in Detroit, MI. The demand is quite high but with little to no companies it sucks! There is a company off Lake St. Claire that charges a hell of a lot with most Detroiters not wanting to commute that far this would be perfect. If anyone more experienced in the business could give me a little more insight that would be helpful:the laws and policies are different from state to state I would like to know where should I begin. I have a desired location and sea-doos are only about 5 grand I'd buy maybe 3 starting off but insurance is my concern I don't want to be liable for anyone's death!
  • Steven said on July 11, 2015
    Selling my popular boat and jet ski rental business on Lake Travis near Austin, Texas. I have owned and operated this business for 9 years and looking to pursue other interests. Our location is positioned on the lake to where we are the only boat and jet ski rental facility for at least 1 hour drive. Located on resort property with additional resorts just down the street. We also receive many clients from lake front property owners whom short term lease their homes. Demand in this area of Lake Travis has increased significantly due to residential and tourist growth. Dock, rigging, equipment, storage sheds, phone number, and website all included with sell. Contact me for more information. Serious inquires only.
  • Steven said on July 11, 2015
    A lot of people on this forum are asking for consultation or investing into opening a new jet ski rental business in which I would be open to working with. I would be willing to provide consultation to anyone, anywhere. I know every in and out of the industry and am also a marine mechanic. I am looking to invest in a business agreement in the Caribbean. naustin16@gmail.com
  • Mike said on August 8, 2015
    I am looking to start up a water sports business in Oahu Hawaii at the beginning of next year. If you're looking to invest or want to tag along and partner up shoot me an email at run4mp@yahoo.com I am a real hard worker, will not take a no for an answer, always find and answer or a solution and failure for this business is no option.
  • john! said on March 18, 2016
    I am staring a business all I need to know is where to get insurance for a jet-ski business in Corpus Christi,Tx. the only one that I could find is "First Flight" is this the only Jet ski Business liability insure because I am having a hard time finding any one else Plus how do I get the insurance.
  • Miguel said on April 3, 2016
    i live in miami beach, and i want to open my own jetski rental business, but i dont know how it works with the insurance, can someone give me any information, i know this is a lot of rules when u are the water sport business, thank u.
  • Frazel. said on April 10, 2016
    Hi,can you help me finding a good see doo jet ski for a rental business,thank you.
  • Shawn Getty said on April 12, 2016
    where are any answers? i see tons of questions but no answers
  • Jeff said on July 30, 2016
    Greetings, I am located in Key West, and have a great idea for watercraft rentals. Looking for investors for a watercraft rental business located in Key West, Florida. The rental business in this area is big really big...email me at strictlyperformance@yahoo.com
  • Logan gross said on July 31, 2016
    Hi I am located in one of the busiest tourist beaches in America, Wilmington, North Carolina, and I am interested in starting a jet ski rental business. There is currently only one other jet ski rental business in the entire beach and they are running older machines and a not so professional crew of workers. I feel like with my know how of social media and online marketing paired with new machines and a professional work force we could easily be the best business in Wilmington. Looking for possible investors/consultants/general advice. Willing to pay a fee for your consultation given that you have an established business and can prove your track record. I have already established and maintained a landscaping company on the same grounds that I plan to put toward this new business venture. Contact me if interested cuttingedge910@gmail.com
  • Andre said on September 25, 2016
    I am opening up a few locations all over the world anyone has a location in mind or started already and want to be a partner send me an email to: a.m.circuitent(add the at symbol)gmail.com I also have new technology for water sports that would increase your income!
  • Adrian said on October 16, 2016
    Greetings, I am located in RWANDA, Near KIVU lake and have a great idea for watercraft rentals. Looking for investors for a watercraft rental business and it is something can grow very fast in all east Africa, The SKI JET rental business in this area monopoly because no one doing that business email me at mizadriano@live.com
  • Sammy said on February 20, 2017
    Goodnight how are you! My name is Sammy Davis ..i own a small private water sport company in the Bahamas , and I'm looking to expand. I'm a license/Insured/Bonded company... I'm taking on a cruise ship contract and need to partner up instead of doing it all on my own it will cost me to much and I'm trying to avoid taking out a loan from the Bank....I've already invested $65,000 .... I need parts and service supplies ... I normally order and have shipped to the Bahamas . But if I have partner I can cut cost and double up on Revenue on both ends 50/50 . If you want to know more information shoot me a message..hammydavis89@gmail.com
  • kenny said on July 10, 2017
    I just started a Jet ski rental, all brand new jet skis plus a few pontoons. The business came in quick but, just like they have said, there are the risks. I fell into a few after 5 days of opening. Insurance is not cheap where i live so I ended up paying 16k for liability. Now the skis themselves are all brand new. This company cost me 120k to start up without the fees you have to pay to the state and Licensing. It would take me two years until I could get on top, but i'm the only one in my town that has this kind of company. I don't have any competition so i have set prices. The market is going good with about 1500 a day. I've never actually owned a rental company before so this is all new to me but I had to take that jump. I made sure i was organised and that everything was in place before opening.
  • Sam said on October 30, 2017
    I own a water sports business in the Bahamas and I'm looking for a partner to expand to meet Cruise ship demands. If interested email for more details at hammydavis89@gmail.com
  • Captain Samuel said on November 22, 2017
    I own a jet ski company in the Bahamas. I'm seeking a partnership because it's a need for me to expand for large crowds. 50/50 partnership. I have my own beach front location next to a hotel with no competitions! You can find me on Instagram or Facebook. @cwa242 email me at hammydavis89@gmail.com for more information
  • Alex said on May 6, 2019
    Looking to partner with someone in Michigan who already has some knowledge of how this works. I have 2 brand new sea doos and a location already. Message below with interest and contact info. Alex
  • William E said on September 29, 2019
    I just sold my 18 skis that I had in my business and got out. What you people have to realize is that the regulations along with insurance will eat your ass alive. I dont care where you are trying to set up. People talking about that there are people lined up with cash ready to ride...LOL, be serious. Luckily I was able to sell 8 skis individually and sell the rest to a startup operation in Caribbean. Most people want to start the business because they think they will be sitting on the beach relaxing all day and make a bundle. IN reality it is hot as hell, you will either be hustling around or you will pay someone to go around and get renters from the beach. Your choice. The past 2 years saw a decline of people wanting to rent jetskis and the business isnt what it used to be. Now the jetskis in many places are considered a nuissance. Good luck getting permits, and if you dont get permits and insurance you risk getting your equipment seized. To ALL the hopefuls out there I will tell you that you need to understand FULLY what you are getting into. We ended up purchasing a beach bar right on the beach and I can tell you that its a lot easier and cheaper to open, way less liability. Just make sure you can get proper licenses /permits to sell alcohol because that will be your bread and butter, any food you serve there will be just to get people in there. The good thing about that business is that you can hire locals to work in the kitchen, manage, bartend and for servers if you want to be hands off. Its really what you want to make of it. Just hire entertainment 2 or 3 nights out of the week and people will come in and eat/drink. We never even worked at a restaurant prior to this and are making really good. The bad thing is during slow season it sucks, so just make sure you dont overspend during the good times and it will keep you sailing through the slow times. Good luck to all of you.
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