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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

London Bridge Watercraft

One of the things on my "bucket list" was to try out jet skiing. Finally, I can now cross that off my list (although that's not stopping me from doing it again) as I went to Lake Havasu last week and rented a jet ski from London Bridge Watercraft.

London Bridge Watercraft is located on the banks of Lake Havasu at the Crazy Horse Campgrounds in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. While checking for a campground to stay at, we found that Crazy Horse Campgrounds was the only campground with on-site jet ski (and boat) rentals.

While planning the trip to Lake Havasu, I contacted London Bridge Watercraft and reserved a jet ski to use all day while we were there.

The price for the rental was reasonable ($200), but keep in mind that customers also have to pay for the gallons of gasoline they use. At least gasoline was about $2.00/gallon cheaper in Arizona than in California at the time.

Above, London Bridge Watercraft's rental office. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

The jet ski we rented was a Kawasaki Wave Runner. It was easy to use and it handled nicely. Along with the jet ski, the price also included life jackets.

The staff was very friendly and they will walk customers through all the workings of the jet ski with all of the "how tos" that go along with it before allowing the watercraft to leave the premises.

The day before, we rented pontoon boat from them for a couple of hours. That, too, was a lot of fun.

There are several other jet ski rental businesses in the Lake Havasu area (they are mostly clustered on the canal near the London Bridge) to choose from. Since our experience with London Bridge Watercraft was a pleasant one, we wouldn't hesitate to use them again.

So, if you are thinking about going to Lake Havasu for jet skiing, I recommend London Bridge Watercraft.

My grade: A.

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