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Jetskis and Jetbikes

Family Jetski Berkshire
Based On 3 Reviews

near Reading

From £69.00

    • JetBiking on an inland lake near Reading
    • Family sessions for 1 adult and up to 2 children
    • A lakeside clubhouse with terrace & summer BBQs
    • No minimum age for passengers to ride
Jet Ski Lincolnshire
Based On 3 Reviews

Tattershall Lakes

From £49.00

    • Taster jet ski courses with tuition included
    • Jet skiing at Tattershall Lakes on the Lincs Fens
    • You will launch on a dedicated jet ski lake
    • Learn to ride a sit down jet ski safely
Jetski Experience Dorset

Poole Harbour

From £99.00

    • Jet skiing out of Poole harbour
    • Tuition on harbourside waters before the safari
    • See the Jurassic coastline from your jetski
Jetbike Experience
Based On 10 Reviews

Berkshire near Reading

From £59.00

    • Go sit-down JetBIke riding in Berkshire
    • Learn to ride on this in-land lake at Reading
    • Share your machine or go solo for maximum driving
    • Spectators are welcome to come and watch the action
Jetski Bedfordshire

near St Neots

From £59.00

    • Jet skiing on an in-land lake nr St Neots
    • Stand-up and sit-down jet skis available
    • Full tuition before you're let loose on the lake
    • The on-site Alpine Clubhouse overlooks the lake
Jetski Newquay
Based On 4 Reviews

Newquay, Cornwall

From £36.00

    • Jet ski at the wonderfully-named Lusty Glaze beach
    • This is a priavtely-owned cove near Newquay
    • Taster & safari sessions on Yamaha Waverunners
    • Starts with a training & familiarisation session
Jetskiing Dumfries

Crocketford, near Dumfries

From £69.00

    • Jet skiing in Scotland near Dumfries
    • Ride a Yamaha Waverunner jetskis
    • Easy to control, two seater sit down jet skis
    • Training before you're let loose on the loch
RYA Jet Ski Training Dorset

Poole Harbour, Poole

From £250.00

    • RYA certified Personal Watercraft training courses
    • Learn to ride a jetski responsibly
    • A mix of land and water-based training sessions
    • Apply for your International certificate afterwards
Learn to Jetsurf


From £149.00

    • Try the crazy new watersport of jet surfing!
    • Learn to ride a motorised surfboard on a lake
    • Full coaching and all the gear you need included
    • Choose between a taster or a full day session
Predator Adventures Seabreacher Experience

Victoria Docks, London

Save £10 From £89

    • A thrilling ride in a totally unique Seabreacher
    • This is a semi-submersible jet-powered watercraft
    • Ride on and in the waters around Victoria Docks
    • Reach speeds of up to 60mph on & 40mph in the water

The history of jetksiing

You might not know it, but Jet Ski is actually a brand name that Kawasaki used when they invented the first Personal Watercraft back in the crazy'n'wild 70s. Since then, other well known brands have come onto the market including SeaDoo and Yamaha with the much-loved WaveRunner, but all are generally known as jet skis these days. What’s more, the design hasn’t really changed and they all work in a similar way, with powerful little onboard motors.

The two types of jet ski

One thing's for sure, these are very versatile water craft. The easiest to master is the sit down version. These come as single seaters for solo riders, or as larger two and three seater models. They are ideal for cruising around the sea or pottering around inland lakes and reservoirs, making them the perfect choice for beginner riders.

Those with a little more jet-skiing experience will want to progress to the stand up type. These are an altogether different kettle of fish as they are trickier to master. Even though you can start off by kneeling on them, the ultimate aim is to ride them standing up. If you do get your sea legs and your balance right, you'll find them agile, super fast and even capable of doing freestyle tricks in, under and on top of the water. And if you needed any more convincing that jet skis are cool, watch this little video of jet skiers doing freestyle tricks

Where to ride jet skis in the UK

As for where you can ride these types of craft in this country, we've got fresh water and sea venues for you to choose from. Some experiences are in the form of sightseeing tours where you can pop in and out of normally inaccessible coves around the coast, whilst others test your mettle as you swerve around slalom courses laid out with buoys.

Our most popular jetski experiences are the ones that combine several different craft into one session. Start off with a jetRIB, then try the sit down jet skis. The finale is a whizz around on a stand up jetski,

So, if piloting a jet ski or cruising on jetbikes isn't enough to satiate your waterborne desires, we can highly recommend the jetRIBs. These little vessels offer a whole different world of craziness as this craft combines a mini Rigid Inflatable with a jet ski to make for a stable, but very agile craft for sliding around the water on.

In essence, jet skiing makes watersports accessible to all, without the need to learn lots of theory before you can get started out on the water. They are, of course, powerful watercraft, so prudence is the order of the day, but they are a shedload of fun!

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