Full day rentals begin at 9:00am and run until 6:00pm. Our most popular choice – 9 hours of fun!
1/2 day rentals begin in the morning or afternoon and rent for 4.5 hours. Morning start time is 8:15am and runs until 12:45pm. Afternoon start time is 1:00pm and runs until 5:30pm
Yes – on Full Day Rentals you can go to Crab Island (23 miles) to the East or Pensacola Beach (24 miles) to the West, and anywhere in between! There is no extra charge to go to Crab Island on Full Day Rentals.
Half Day Rentals are allowed to go to the 12 Islands (10 miles) to the East or Gulf Islands National Seashore (14 miles) to the West. Crab Island or Pensacola Beach on a Half Day Rental will incur a $99 up-charge. If you want to go to Crab Island we strongly recommend you book a Full Day Rental – yes, it is that much fun, you’ll want to stay all day!
Keep a lookout and you will find them!
Your boat will be ready 15 minutes before departure time so feel free to show up a few minutes early – pull into the parking lot, we’ll get you unloaded and checked in then take you and your belongings to the boat, go over safe operation and then get you right out on the water!
Our Pontoons and Tritoons hold up to 12 people. If you want to take the max capacity of 12 we recommend 8-9 adults and 3-4 kids. If you have concerns regarding capacity please give us a call and we can help you to fit a boat to your needs.
Yes, gas is included!
Yes – We offer a 10% Military Discount at check-in with valid ID.
Yes – some of the popular species to catch include redfish, speckled trout, white trout, sheepshead, catfish, ladyfish and spanish mackerel. Bring a pole!
Children 6 years of age and younger are required to wear a life jacket while the boat is underway.
Yes. We provide life jackets for everyone on the boat.
To rent a boat: You must be 25 years of age, have a valid driver’s license and credit or debit card.
To drive a boat: The driver, if they were born after January 1, 1988, must have a valid NASBLA Approved Boating Safety Education ID Card. If the driver of the boat was born before January 1, 1988 Florida law doesn’t require them to have a NASBLA Approved Boating Safety Education ID card. Click here to take the full class, or click here to get a temporary card.