- Mar 11, 2009
This being our first trip. How much does it cost to rent a Searacer???
I was told that as long as they can sit up on their own and wear a life jacket they can ride. I thougt they could not so I did not take my DS and whe nI found out I was upset he missed out. But I had fun. lolI have a little question if anybody can answer it..... I have had fun with the Sea Raycers over the years but this upcoming trip will be the first time that I will be w/ my two year old daughter. Will she be allowed to accompany me (or on my wife's sea raycer)? I do not know if there is a height or age limit.
He can rent on his own as long as he's 12 and a certain height. Elizabeth posted it the other day...I think it's 5 feet? Not sure.Our son will be 12 when we are at the Poly in January. I thought I saw somewhere that he could drive a searacer but would that be his own or with adult supervision? Thank you!
You could take her on either. The Raycers sit very low in the water. Kind of like the cars at the Tomorrowland Speedway.I would like to know about little one's coming along as well. Would we be able to take our little one on the Boston Whaler? I don't know how I would hang on to her in the Sea Racer...
Yes, our first experience was way back in 83. Our eldest was 3 and rode with DH. Our younger son was just one at the time and rode with me. Good memories.I was told that as long as they can sit up on their own and wear a life jacket they can ride. I thougt they could not so I did not take my DS and whe nI found out I was upset he missed out. But I had fun. lol
I'm not sure but think you need to go to Riverside to rent.I would like to know the answer to that one also. We are staying at th FQ, would we be able to rent one from their? Where are the boundaries set as far as where you can go in the water?
Sorry, I don't remember. If no one answers, try allears?What is the cost of the renting the sea racer?
I don't have the price list but I am thinking that it is cheaper than two Sea Raycers...we have done the pontoons, Boston Whalers, and the Sea Raycers and I may be in the minority but the BW are my favorite. They seem pretty fast to me. We don't boat at home (sigh) but found all three to be very easy.any more info out there on the boston whaler?? I saw the pic, I assume it goes faster, any price lists out there??
It would be hard to fall out; but from what I understand the deeper water away from shore is not a threat like slow stagnant water found close to the shore.Wait a minute this can be the first time disney in me talking but I thought the water wasnt safe,What if you accidently fall off arent you doomed?
You'll have to walkor boat over the POR to rent the raycers .... what we plan to do.I would like to know the answer to that one also. We are staying at th FQ, would we be able to rent one from their? Where are the boundaries set as far as where you can go in the water?
4.) Only rent a Sea Raycer from the Polynesian, GF, Contemporary or WL. In doing so you will be able to cruise the Seven Seas Lagoon and Bay Lake. Renting at any other resort will significantly reduce the amount of water you'll have to play with.
We were there last April and our DS was 12 at the time. He was able to drive with my DH but not alone. We were told he will be able to drive by himself when he is 14. He still had a lot of fun just being able to drive with my DH. They are fun. We rent them everytime we go at least 3 times during our trip.Our son will be 12 when we are at the Poly in January. I thought I saw somewhere that he could drive a searacer but would that be his own or with adult supervision? Thank you!
It will take maybe 3 minutes because you have to go through a no wake zone to get there. All of the areas are marked where you can and can't go and the no wake zones are clearly marked as well. We have so many wonderful pictures from the sea raycers.We plan to rent the sea raycers on upcoming trip. We are staying at the Contemporary.
How long does it take to 'ride' over to Seven Seas Lagoon from Bay Lake? We'd like to go over that way and check out all the views, but also want to speed around the Lake. Just wondering how much time we need.
Thanks for any input!
You know, I kind of thought that 14 was a bit young to be driving a Sea Raycer by yourself but who was I to argue with the staff at the Marina. I am glad that you corrected me on the age and I am sorry Family24 for giving you the incorrect information. That's why I love the DIS. You can always count on someone to give great info. Thanks wpxc.In order to drive a Sea Raycer you must be 12 years old AND five feet tall. The CMs are very strict with this requirement. At the PY, GF, CT, WL, and FW resorts they must ride with someone who is over 16 with a valid Driver's License. You must be over 16 with a valid DL to drive alone at these resorts. At all other resorts the requirement is simply 12 years old and five feet tall to drive alone or with a passenger.