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Our rentals last from 2,5h to 6 hours, during which time you will be able to hang out in Clearwater Beach Harbor or visit the beautiful islands
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Ready To Start Your Adventure?

Our rentals last from 2,5h to 6 hours, during which time you will be able to hang out in Clearwater Beach Harbor (no boats allowed in The Gulf of Mexico, only intercoastal waterways) or visit the beautiful Caladesi Island. Sugary white sand beaches, crystal clear emerald water and DOLPHIN SIGHTINGS almost every day! Enjoy mangroves, manatees, birds and other wildlife.

Play in the soft sand, swim and snorkel. Take a few friends fishing for redfish, snook and snapper. All from the comfort of your own rental boat.


How It Works?

You make a reservation online and pay for it. It is an instant reservation, and you will receive a confirmation email! If you have questions, give us a call. If you do not see a boat available online – DON’T CALL – it really IS NOT available. We promise we are not hiding boats from you! Choose another day for your BEST DAY EVER!

You arrive 20-30 minutes before your departure time. Please be sure to have your contract electronically signed BEFORE arrival – it’s in your email confirmation. We must see the driver’s license and a valid credit card of the responsible driver. We go over the boat with the driver showing where everything is and how to operate it. We go over all the navigation and how to get to all the really great places to see in our beautiful area. All passengers must stay on the dock until the check out is complete with the driver. The driver will then take you to the boat to load up.

If you’re late arriving to the marina it is NOT added on to your time out on the water. If you are late returning the boat – there is a late fee. When you return we inspect the boat for damages and/or losses.

What About The Weather?

Florida in Summer you will almost certainly see a chance of rain EVERY SINGLE DAY, normally somewhere between 30 and 50%. Do not let this freak you out!! What a 50% chance of rain means is that it is going to rain somewhere in the 7 county area and this will more than likely be INLAND in the late afternoon. The coastal areas receive a lot less rain than inland as the sea breeze tends to keep the storms inland, away from the coastline.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. What are the requirements for the driver?
Driver must be 30 years old or older with a valid DL and credit card. Driver must have a minimum of two years of experience operating vessels of a similar type and size, have no marine losses in the last ten years, no violations/suspensions (including auto) in the last five years and no criminal convictions or pleas of no contest ever.
2. Can we switch drivers?
No. Only the driver designated in the contract can drive the boat.
3. What is the cancellation policy?
48 hours notice is required for a refund. No shows will not be refunded nor rescheduled. Weather related cancellations are entitled to full refund or reschedule.
4. Can we have alcoholic beverages on the boat?
Yes, however the driver CAN NOT drink alcohol. No drinking and driving. It’s the LAW! If you get a BUI (Boating Under the Influence) it goes on your permanent driving record. FL State is 0.08 when driving a boat, just like a car.
5. Are we required to wear life jackets on the boat?
Children 13 and less are required to life jackets at all times. It is voluntary for adults, however we can provide life jackets in all sizes for everybody on the boat. All boats are equipped with emergency life jackets in the number sufficient for all participants.
6. Is there life saving equipment on the boats?
Yes, all boats are equipped with enough life jackets for everyone onboard, a throwable, a whistle, fire extinguisher and flares.
7. What if I arrive late to pick up my boat?
You are required to be back at the marina on time. No discounts, no refunds, we will not extend your time on the water. You are required to be back according to the schedule.
8. What if I return the boat later than the agreed return time?
If you are less then half hour you will be charged a $50 fee. If late beyond half hour you will be charged double the regular rental rate.
9. If I come early will I get a refund?
Depends. If you came in early because you didn’t like communing with Florida’s nature or got too much sun, then NO WAY! However, if the weather turned and WE INSTRUCTED you to come in early then we will pro-rata your time on the water.
10. What happens if we don't pay attention to the tides and our rental boat gets beached?
Your checkout person will advise you of the tide swing of the day. If you don’t pay attention, get the boat stuck in the sand, we will have to send another boat out to fetch you and one of our poor staff members has to sit on your boat until the tide comes in 10 hours later, they need to be paid for their time and gas, so there will be a $500 charge added to your credit card. You can avoid this charge by keeping an eye on the boat and water AT ALL TIMES and letting the anchor lines out as the tides drop AS ADVISED PRIOR TO DEPARTURE!
11. What happens if we break something on the boat?
You break it, you bought it! The State of Florida does not allow us to sell boat insurance, so be careful not to break or lose anything.
12. What if a storm comes while we are out on the water?
Contact us by cell phone for specific instructions. The best place to be in a storm is anchored at the island taking shelter under the shade top. Pontoon boats are generally NOT targets for lightning and our summer storms pass very quickly. If you are delayed returning to dock by a storm you WILL NOT be charged overtime fees. Your safety is our utmost concern. However, if you then use the storm as an excuse to party on at the island well past your return time, we WILL charge you overtime fees! Our office has radar, we KNOW when the storm passed the island.
13. May I fish from the boat?
Yes, but you need to bring your own fishing license and fishing equipment. You can purchase bait at the marina. Persons between age of 16 and 65 are required to have a saltwater fishing license to fish off a boat. Florida law states you must gut fish on land. If you get fish blood, bait goo and guts all over our boats it is called “Excessive Mess” and will cost you $250.00
14. Is there a bathroom on the boat?
No. But there is a public bathroom at the marina. After departure The Ocean is your bowl.
15. How deep should the water be when I anchor at the island?
About 2,5- 3 feet of water is the perfect depth.