About Our Mission

Our mission at AS2 Jet Ski Rentals is to provide our customers with a safe, enjoyable, and unforgettable experience on the water. We aim to offer top-quality personal watercraft rentals and exceptional customer service to ensure that our customers have the best possible experience while exploring the beauty of the water.

Pricing and Rental Rates

Email: AS2JetSkiLLC@gmail.com

Call/Text: 210-201-7732


Pick and drop off your rental with your tow vehicle.

Rental Rates

full day (8 am to 8 pm)

Full day - Single Ski $300/Two SKIS $500

Hourly - Single Ski $80 (2 hr min)/ Two skis $150

*additional charges for delivery and pickup*

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Rental Guideline Information

Equipment Provided

One Personal Flotation Vest per PWC

Emergency Kit equipment  

Full tank of fuel

Dock Strap

Safe operating instructions

Texas Parks & Wildlife PWC Safety

Rental Guidelines

Any renter born after September 1st,1993 must complete a Boater Safety Course prior to any equipment release. Texas Boating Safety Course: Boaters Foundation 

Sign a Release of Liability and Damage Waiver

Current Photo ID

$250 Refundable Security Deposit

3 Passenger Max per PWC

What you will be riding . . .

2020 Seadoo GTI 130

w/ tow system for tubing

2022 Seadoo GTI 170

w/speaker system

PWC Safety and Guidelines

Abstract Warning Line for Police, Accident, Caution Tape

Operational Rules for Personal Watercraft

  • Operate PWC only between sunset until sunrise.
  • Operate PWC no closer than 50 feet of another PWC, motorboat, vessel, platform, person, object, or shore except at headway speed without creating a swell or wake. Headway speed is a slow, idle speed, or speed only fast enough to maintain steerage.
  • Do not operate a PWC and jump the wake of another vessel recklessly or unnecessarily close.

**Note: Children under 13 are specifically prohibited from operating a PWC unless accompanied on board by a person at least 18 years of age who can lawfully operate the PWC.

  1. ALL RIDERS MUST wear a properly fitted U.S. Coast Guard-approved life jacket.
  2. Know and follow all local laws and regulations, as well as posted rules and signs.
  3. Conduct a pre-ride safety check of the PWC and ensure that it is in good working condition.
  4. Be aware of your surroundings, including other vessels, watercraft, and obstacles.
  5. Never operate a PWC while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  6. Keep a safe distance from other watercraft and swimmers.
  7. Do not operate the PWC in shallow water or near shorelines, docks, or other structures.
  8. Avoid excessive speed and reckless maneuvers.
  9. If towing a skier or wake-boarder, ensure they are wearing a properly fitted U.S. Coast Guard-approved life jacket and follow all applicable rules and regulations.
  10. Always keep a lookout for potential hazards and other watercraft, and be prepared to take evasive action if necessary. Remember, safety should always be your top priority when operating a personal watercraft. By following these guidelines and using common sense, you can enjoy your time on the water while minimizing the risk of accidents or injuries.
Frequently asked questions FAQ banner
  1. What is the minimum age requirement for renting a personal watercraft? Renters must be at least 18 years old and must complete the TPWD-certified boater education course. Boater Education training is recommended for all boat operators but required for those born on or after September 1, 1993. Any renter born prior to September 1, 1993 does not require the mandatory training.
  2. Do I need a boating license to rent a personal watercraft? No. Boater Education training is recommended for all PWC operators but required for those born on or after September 1, 1993.
  3. What safety equipment is included with the rental? One life jacket per PWC, fire extinguishers, and a whistle. Additional life jackets can be rented for $5 per jacket.
  4. How many people can ride on a personal watercraft? 3 people. This includes a spotter and anyone towed on a tube.
  5. What is the rental period for a personal watercraft? 8 am to 8 pm.
  6. What is the cancellation policy? Answer: 24 hours in advance of the rental period.
  7. What happens if I damage the personal watercraft? Renters are responsible for any damage caused to the personal watercraft during the rental period.
  8. Are there any restrictions on where I can ride the personal watercraft? The PWCs can be operated at any public lake in Texas. Operation in salt water (Gulf of Mexico) will require approval from the owner.
  9. Can I rent a personal watercraft for a special event or party? Yes.
  10. What forms of payment do you accept? Cash, Zelle, CashApp, major credit cards, and debit cards.
  11. Can I tow the PWCs with my personally owned vehicle? Yes.You will be provided with a detailed overview how to hookup, tow, and launch the PWCs to ensure you are safe and comfortable.
  12. Can you deliver, pickup, or both deliver and pick the PWCs? Yes. Coordination can be prearranged during the booking for what the renter requires.
  13. Will a safe operation brief be provided? Yes. A complete safety summary and operation of the Seadoos will be provided at pickup or drop off of the PWCs.
  14. Will the owners be available during rental time frame to address any potential issues if any should arise? Yes, the owner will be available by cellphone to respond quickly to any concerns or issues during the rental period.