Tips are not expected from your guides or the company. Beginners or people who haven't ridden a jet ski before or who haven't done a jet ski for a long time will have a much better and easier time and experience as individual jet ski users, with no passengers, or as a double jet ski with a smaller, lighter passenger alone in the back, like a child or young adult. If you're comfortable riding a jet ski, you may be able to get some air and jump in the wake, however, it takes time and practice to master the timing of the jet ski. Also from a safety standpoint, Bermuda is surrounded by coral reefs that lie just below the surface sometimes and are difficult to see, so taking a tour with a tour guide will also ensure that you don't get into a situation and can focus on having fun on the water while you enjoy of the beautiful landscape and places around you.
First, make sure you have a clear and unobstructed view of where you are going to take the jet ski. Triple jet skis are only recommended for 1 adult and two young children (or) 2 adults and 1 toddler, as long as they do not exceed the maximum combined weight limit of 375 lb per jet ski. The tip is given at the end of the tour and the tip schedule is for guided tours in the United States. Personalized, private and longer jet ski adventures are also available on request and are based on availability.
For two-person jet skis or triple jet skis (i.e., 2 people on a jet ski or 1 adult and two young children on a triple jet ski), the maximum combined weight limit allowed is 375 pounds. This weight limit ensures that people can enjoy their jet ski adventure together and don't risk the constant battle of rolling on the ski and falling over and over again, because they exceed the maximum combined weight of 375 lb. Jet ski riders MUST be able to speak and understand the English language fluently, no translation allowed.