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Personal watercraft zones north of Ponce Inlet

Description: http://volusia.org/beach/images/jetskimapnb1.gifPersonal watercraft site description

  1. Cardinal Avenue Approach, Ormond Beach

  2. Daytona Beach Shores Lifeguard Station, Daytona Beach Shores

  3. Dunlawton Lifeguard Station, Daytona Beach Shores

  4. 500 feet south of Seminole Approach extending 800 feet south, Ormond Beach

  5. 1,600 feet south of the Frank Rendon Park Walkover extending 800 feet south, Daytona Beach Shores

  6. 2,200 feet north of the Van Avenue Approach extending 800 feet north, Daytona Beach Shores 

  7. Centerline of Rockefeller extending 800 feet north, Ormond Beach

  8. Centerline of Plaza Approach extending 800 feet north, Daytona Beach

  9. 200 feet south of the centerline of the Seaview Approach extending 800 feet north, Daytona Beach

  10. 800 feet south of the Frank Rendon Park Walkover extending 800 feet south, Daytona Beach Shores

  11. 800 feet north of the Van Avenue Approach extending 800 feet north, Daytona Beach Shores

  12. Centerline of Beach Street Approach extending 800 feet south, Daytona Beach

  13. Centerline of Williams Approach extending 800 feet south, Ponce Inlet

  14. Centerline of Hartford Approach extending 800 feet south, Daytona Beach

  15. Frank Rendon Park Walkover extending 800 feet south, Daytona Beach Shores

North Beach PWC rotation schedule

January

Zone A

February

Zone B

March

Zone C

April - Even Number Year

Zone D

April - Odd Number Year

Zone E

May - Even Number Year

Zone F

May - Odd Number Year

Zone G

June - Even Number Year

Zone H

June - Odd Number Year

Zone I

July - Even Number Year

Zone J

July - Odd Number Year

Zone K

August - Even Number Year

Zone L

August - Odd Number Year

Zone M

September - Even Number Year

Zone N

September - Odd Number Year

Zone O

October

Zone A

November

Zone B

December

Zone C

 

Safety regulations

  • Personal watercraft are permitted in designated area only.
  • As of Jan. 1, 1998, all personal watercraft operators and passengers must wear a helmet.
  • Personal watercraft operators must purchase a permit from the watercraft zone attendant.
  • Hours of operation are between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekends and holidays ONLY.
  • The personal watercraft zone is an 600 feet wide area along the beach where personal watercraft may be launched and operated inside the surfline. Riders may ride outside the personal watercraft zone but must remain 1,500 feet (500 yards) from the shoreline.
  • Personal watercraft may be refueled on the beach but must be at least 25 feet from the shoreline.
  • Personal watercraft should be operated in a responsible manner. Reckless operators will be called out of the water.
  • Tube rides, knee-boarding and water skies are not permitted within the personal watercraft zone. Personal watercraft operators cannot set up buoys as a race course within the watercraft zone.
  • Personal watercraft operation is the only water activity permitted within the watercraft zone.
  • All personal watercraft operated within the watercraft zone must meet U.S. Coast Guard requirements and must have valid registration, personal flotation device, fire extinguisher, whistle, kill switch lanyard and waterbox exhaust system.

Passes are sold at any personal watercraft zone.

Annual Resident: $100 (Calendar Year)
Annual Visitor pass: $125 (Calendar Year)
Monthly pass: $25 (30 Consecutive Days)
All passes are on-refundable/non-transferable