Jet skiing -where do you put your stuff?

We are heading on our first cruise in a couple of days and our excursion to freeport, we are jetskiing. My question is, what do you do with your stuff (wallet, sunscreen, dry clothes, etc) when you are jet skiing or doing other similar situations where you may not want those things with you? tia!

Tags: Caribbean - Bahamas Freeport Grand Bahama Island

6 Answers

Read a little more on the excursion because some times they will have lockers. Also, I would leave the wallet in the safe in your cabin any only take some pocket cash, your Sail and Sign card and i.d. For dry clothes? You're on a cruise and for the guys, just a dry Tee shirt and the gal, same thing.

The excursion doesn't mention any lockers at all, but part of the excursion is stopping at a beach and shopping it says. Thanks for any advice. It's too late to order a waterproof bag.

Try a small collapsible cooler.

First of all, don’t carry too much. Transfer the sunscreen into smaller bottles so that if you leave them behind, who cares. Second, you can use Ziplock bags, but double them up. Also, consider a waist pack, or back pack. Lastly, the JetSki itself may have storage under the seat. Just don’t forget about it..

edit: the bin might be in the front.

We have done it and they did have a small dry storage bin on the front. I took my wallet with me and left the beach bag with easily replaceable things like towels sun screen and clothes with them at a small tent they had. Worked out great for us, hope it does for you as well.

If there is a website, you may be able to look there for lockers, or even contact them if you have time before you leave.

Hope you have a great time.


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