Letting your jet ski sit with water in the crankcase for any amount of time will ruin your engine. The longer it stays with water in the crankcase, the more damage will occur. It won't take long for the engine to seize, for the connecting rod and crank bearings to rust, and for the rings to adhere to the cylinder walls. The most common result of flipping a jet ski is the accumulation of water in the engine's cylinders.
If you don't clean the water right away, it can cause ignition. Pull out the spark plug and manually check for moisture inside the PWC cylinders. When your jet ski turns around when you're riding and it doesn't start, you'll have to tow it or push it ashore and see what the problem is. Chances are there is something wrong with the engine, whether it's something stuck, flooded, or the jet ski hasn't been fixed in general.
It comes in a set of two ropes made for towing small boats such as jet skis up to 2200 pounds (998 kg). Taking proper care and safety precautions when riding a jet ski is extremely important if you want to continue pedaling. If the weight of passengers is greater at the rear of the jet ski, the chances of your jet ski turning over while riding it are greater. This damage could prevent the jet ski from starting after turning over, which I will explain later.
If you're going to let a novice drive your jet ski, use the custom speed function on most skis. When flipping your jet ski in the water, make sure you've read the helmet sticker and turn it around the right way. The idea is to practice enough so that you can get back on the jet ski using only your body, without turning it over again. If a jet ski doesn't start after turning it over, bring it back to land and check if the engine has been submerged or filled with debris.
Now that you know how to turn a jet ski around, your share of the jet ski fun will increase many times over. After your personal watercraft turns around, make sure your passenger is safe and close to you before flipping the jet ski again. If you're doing any of these things, you need to feel comfortable riding the jet ski and trust your ability to turn it over when you fall. In the next section, I'll explain what to do if you can't get the engine to start again after the jet ski turns around.
Here are some tips to keep your jet ski in good condition and, most importantly, to stay safe while riding. For the latter option, you'll need a tow rope, which should be three times longer than the total length of the jet ski and the boat that tows it.