BOMBARDIER GTI LIMITED 155
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“What really distinguishes the Limited 155 from the rest of the line? It has a more potent 155hp version of Sea-Doo’s 1,494cc Rotax engine Enough power to tow waterskiers and wakeboarders, as well as provide an added dose of thrill that may keep you from outgrowing the craft as your skill levels improve.” – PersonalWatercraft.com
Your Silverline Powersports Rental includes:
- Morning Delivery of your Jet Ski(s)
- Up to 3 Life Jackets per Jet Ski
- Trailer and Hitch
- A Full Tank of Gas
Bombardier GTI Limited 155
Top Speed: 58 mph
Power: 155 hp
Base engine: Rotax 1503 NA
Engine: Naturally Aspirated Three-cylinder
Displacement: 1,494 cc
Drive / Propulsion: Shaft
Length: 132.6 inches
Width: 48.5 inches
Height: 44 inches
Dry Weight: 745 lbs
Bore and Stroke: 100 mm x 63.4 mm
Compression Ratio: 10.6:1
Rated Horsepower: 155
Fuel Capacity: 15.9 gal.
Combined Stowage Capacity: 30.8 gal.
Q: Are there age restrictions?
A: All operators must be 21 years of age
Q: Do I need a license?
A: It is required by Nevada Law (NRS488.730.3) that any US and Canadian resident renting or driving a vessel in the state of Nevada is required to meet their home states boating safety requirements. Depending on what state you live in, you might need a Boater Education Card before you head out on the water. Various states have different laws that govern their residents. You may check your state requirements here.
Q: Do you have a cancellation policy?
A: Yes. All cancellations must be made at least 48 hours in advance. There are no refunds for any rentals cancelled with less than 48 hours notice.
Q: Are there other Requirements?
A: In order to rent a Jet Ski you will need to provide a valid State Issued Drivers License and Proof Of Automobile Insurance (including Liability, Comp, and Collision).
Q: What about food and other provisions?
A: You will want to bring snacks, drinks, sunscreen, and any water toys you might want to enjoy while on the water.
Q: Where can operators get a boating license?
A: Operators can get their boating license from any of the following:
BoatUS (FREE one) (https://www.boatus.org/nevada/)
Please Note: Anyone born after January 1, 1983 must complete a boating education course to operate a boat on Nevada’s Interstate waters. Nevada Department of Wildlife (https://www.ndow.org/)