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Hours

Monday-Thursday: 11am-9pm
Friday-Sunday: 10am-9pm

General Inquiries

1-902-441-2086
info@theharbourwatercraft.com

Our "Office"

50 Kings Wharf Place
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, 
B2Y 0C1

 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need a boating license?

    • Nope! We issue you a 1-day boater’s license, which will allow you to drive any of our Sea-Doos for the duration of your tour or rental.
  • What do I need in order to rent a Sea-Doo?
    • ll you need is to be 18 years of age or older, with a valid drivers license, a credit card, and some adventurous energy!
  • Isn’t it scary to ride a Sea-Doo in the Halifax Harbour?

    • Not at all! It’s the best experience ever!
  • What if I don’t know how to swim?

    • Firstly, you won’t be swimming. Secondly, we provide each rider with a life jacket. So, if you fall in, we've got you covered (literally & figuratively)!
  • Are there sharks in the Halifax Harbour?

    • We haven’t seen any yet! So, if you see one, let us know, since you might be the first one to check them out...
  • What are the age restrictions for the Sea-Doos?

    • You must be 18 years of age or older to rent a Sea-Doo. Anyone under 18 years of age must have a parent or legal guardian sign the waiver for them.
  • When is your last send-out for rentals?

    • 8pm is our last send-out for an hour long Sea-Doo rental.
  • Can I make a reservation to rent a Seadoo?

    • Absolutely! You can book here or you can call us at  1 (902)-441-2086 to book your spot!
  • What is your cancellation policy?

    • We require a 48 hour cancellation notice.
  • What is the best time to be out on the water?

    • Definitely in the morning when the harbour is calm and the big ships are still on their way to the harbour.