The watercraft from Duck Creek Boat Club and Rentals are an amazing way to enjoy the pristine lake. However, if it’s your first time riding one of our waverunner rentals or boat rentals, you probably have some questions. Below are answers to common queries. Also don’t hesitate to call us at 918-500-6491 with any other questions you may have.
Although reservations are not required at Duck Creek Boat Club and Rentals, we do strongly recommend them. We have a wide selection of boats; however, each one is different, and a reservation will ensure that you get the boat you want.
Yes, the person that is assuming the responsibility for the rental (signing the agreement) must be 21-years-old or older and all rentals require a deposit of some kind. Non-motorize rentals require a drivers license or valid photo ID. Motorized rentals (boats/waverunners) require a drivers license or valid photo ID along with a major credit card that has a minimum of $500 charging ability on it - or a $500 cash deposit.
Nobody under the age of 21 is permitted to drive our boats. Ages 21 with a valid drivers license may drive the jet skis. Any age can be a passenger with an adult driving. Regardless of age, only people that have completed the paperwork and checkout process can drive.
Your rental may begin when when you leave the dock or it may begin at your reservation time. For non-motorized rentals your time will begin when you depart. For motorized rentals, we ask that you arrive at our office least 30-minutes prior to your reservation so that you can complete the waivers and the checkout process. If every person that is driving arrives at our office 30-minutes prior to your reservation and you depart the dock after your reservation time because of a hold up on our end, your time begins when you leave the dock. If you leave the dock late because you did not arrive 30-minutes ahead of your reservation or because your group is delayed then your rental time begins at your reservation time. We will always try and be as flexible as we can, however, in peak summer months when we are sold out we don't have a lot of flexibility. If you would like additional time to review the operation on the equipment please feel free to arrive as early as you would like, we are happy to spend the time you feel you need to insure you are comfortable operating the equipment.
Mechanical malfunctions are not your responsibility. However, external damage to the equipment or improper use of the watercraft becomes the full responsibility of the renter — even if the renter is not the pilot of the watercraft at the time the damage occurs.