6161 Denver Industrial Park Rd.


All units below are in stock, with more on the way. Inventory is updated daily!

At Wizards Powersports you’ll find the area’s largest selection of guaranteed pre-owned units, with options for any budget. Every unit we sell is inspected, serviced or repaired as necessary, and lake-tested before being offered for sale. All 4-stroke models include a 60-day warranty. Any ski we’re not comfortable selling is dismantled for parts, so you know we’ll never pass someone else’s problems on to you!

See our current inventory below. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, just ask!

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Prices do not include trailer, storage cover, sales tax, or registration.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Most modern jet skis are similar in form and function, but here are a few common choices to make:

How many riders? 3-seaters are larger and more stable, while 2-seaters may be faster and more nimble. It is illegal to carry more than the approved number of riders. Anybody being towed is counted as a rider.

How much power? Supercharged or turbocharged skis are faster, but may require more maintenance. Roughly speaking, 100HP = 50MPH, and 250HP = 65MPH. Any ski with over 100HP can pull a tube.

Reverse? Most jet skis have reverse. This makes docking and maneuvering easier. Some models have electronic braking and reverse. These systems are easier and more convenient to use, but are more costly to repair.

Rec-Lite? The Sea-Doo Spark and Yamaha EX are entry-level machines. They are less expensive, lighter, and smaller. They can be lots of fun, but they are also less stable, and may not be a good fit for older or heavier riders, or families.

Every manufacturer has pros and cons, but as with any machine, reliability depends more on proper maintenance than on the brand name. Generally speaking:

• Sea-Doo models have more features and advanced tech, and more aggressive styling.
• Yamaha is more conservative and tends to prefer tried-and-true technologies.
• Kawasaki models are more basic, but can be a good value.
• Hondas are no longer produced, but are great machines, and parts are still readily available.
• Polaris? No. Just no.

4-stroke engines are heavier, smoother, quieter, and more powerful. They are always fuel injected. They are more complex and more costly to repair, but also more reliable and longer lasting. They are used in all newer models.

2-stroke engines are lighter with more power-to-weight. They are simpler and less expensive to repair, but also less reliable and may require more maintenance. They can be carbureted or fuel injected. They are no longer found in new models.

We generally only recommend and sell 4-stroke models, but a 2-stroke can still be a good ski for somebody on a tight budget.

Hours are less important on a jet ski than miles are on a car. Jet skis have fewer parts that wear out, and most of those parts are replaced more easily and more frequently.

After our reconditioning process, every unit we sell is in good mechanical health regardless of hours.

Most jet skis are used an average of about 30 hours per year. This is more applicable to newer year models; the older the unit, the more likely it has spent longer amounts of time with less use.

A 4-stroke engine can usually last over 1000 hours, but a jet ski rarely sees that much use. The vast majority of engines fail due to neglect, not age or wear.

A 2-stroke engine usually lasts over 300 hours if properly maintained.

We price our skis competitively, but yes: buying a ski from a guy on Facebook may be cheaper upfront. However, that savings can quickly turn into an expensive headache when you don’t know if it has problems or needs major service. Our skis would be cheaper too if we didn’t perform all necessary service and stand behind them with a warranty. But we do.

We have new and used trailers available; click TRAILERS at the top of the page for details.

We have a rotating selection of new and used drive-on docks available too.

Watercraft are subject to 3% NC boat tax, $71 1-year registration, and $149 document fee. Trailers are subject to similar DMV fees only if we process your title for you.

Unlike a franchise dealer, there is NO freight, NO destination fee, NO prep fee!

We accept cash, check, credit/debit, PayPal, Zelle, and wire.

We currently offer financing through Octane and Synchrony Bank on model years 2014 and newer, or we are happy to work with a lender of your choice.