BoostWake Frequently Asked Questions
How far in advance should I make my reservation?
Two weeks is generally enough advance notice. However, our reservations are first come – first serve, so call as soon as you can to guarantee your wake boat reservation especially for Holiday and summertime vacations!
Where can you operate our boat?
Lake Eildon, Victoria. Other locations by arrangement.
How does fuel for the boat work?
When you get the boat, it will have a full tank of fuel. When you return the boat, it needs to be returned to boost wakes dock. We will fill it and deduct that amount from your deposit. (98 octane).
Do you have life vests for children?
Yes, we have a variety of sizes ranging from small to an adult X large. Just let us know what sizes of life jackets you will need so we can accommodate your day on the lake!
What area’s do you deliver to?
If you have a trip planned to a location other than Lake Eildon, give us a call and we can make arrangements.
Can I tow the boat myself?
No, unless by special arrangement.
Can I pick which area I want to go to?
No, All pick up are drop off is to be done at Jerusalem creek marina. And all water actives to be performed on lake Eildon.
Do I need to bring my own gear?
If you have your own gear bring it along, your own gear will save you getting used to another board setup. However if you cant bring it along or you don’t have the gear we plenty of gear to get you on the water.
Can mum and dad come in the boat and watch?
Of course, the Nautique G23 can accommodate up to 16 people (only 12 when on hire), so we have plenty of room. We want this to be a fun family time, something you can remember forever. If mum and dad come they can help you with all the tips that you learn on the day, next time you’re out on the water.
You will be asked to pay a deposit on booking, if you do not give 24 hours of cancellation your deposit will not generally be returned, however we will allow you to use this money for a future booking if there is a legitimate reason for the cancelation. Cancelling because there is a cloud in the sky is not considered a legitimate reason.