Boat Rentals

Florida Safe Boating Requirements

Anyone born on or after January 1, 1988, must have:

  • A Temporary Safe Boating Certificate approved by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
    OR
  • A Boating Safety Education identification card issued by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
  • The renter must have a valid driver’s license and be at least 21 years old.
  • The renter must sign a contract, and guests must sign a liability waiver.
  • The renter must provide a major credit card (Visa, Master Card, or American Express) at the time of rental. This is for damages or fees. It will be authorized for $1000, which will be released when the boat is returned on time with no damage. The renter is financially responsible for all damages and fees.
  • Debit cards are not to be used or encouraged. Using a debit card may incur increased hold times and/or additional fees.

Other Adventures

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Why Choose Us?

Most Affordable

Get the best deals on the best watersports activities – no upcharges or excessive fees

Safety First

We equip you with the tools, skills, and safety procedures to help you have a great, safe time out on the water

Professional Coach

Want to learn new boating or watersports skills? Get training directly from our professionals

Fun Facts about Boating

  • The difference between a boat and a ship lies in its weight. If a vessel is over 500 tones then it is called a ship. A ship can also carry a boat.
  • A party yacht once tipped over when all the passengers ran to one side to have a better look at a nudist beach in Texas
  • A 2004 study showed that joining a cruise ship after retirement is cheaper than retiring to a retirement home.
  • The first ship to reach America only had 40 people on board, including Christopher Columbus. It was the size of a bus and it did not exceed 70 feet.
  • Boats have been used for more than 900,000 years!
  • 14-year-old Laura Dekker was the youngest person to solo sail around the world
  • The English word “quarantine” comes from 17th century boating terminology
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