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$20 for a Four-Hour Kayak Rental for Two from On the Beach Watersports in Pompano Beach ($60 Value)
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Duos brandish oars as they pilot vessel along picturesque coastline & frolic through waves
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Among maritime experiences, cruising on a kayak is more thrilling than arm wrestling a giant squid but less thrilling than discovering that your cruise-ship captain is a giant squid dressed up in the captain’s clothes. Steer clear of squids with this Groupon.
$20 for a Four-Hour Kayak Rental for Two ($60 Value)
Duos of all ages steer the vessel across twinkling, aquamarine waters.
On the Beach Watersports
On the Beach's owners, Ken "The Sun Tan Man" and Captain Tony, provide all the gear needed for a relaxing and adventurous day at the beach. Behind the Royal Vista Resort, the beachside shop rents out maritime toys—Wave Runners, sailboats, kayaks, and boogie boards— to help tourists and locals to soak up sun, skim across waves, and lounge on the sand. The shop’s seasoned mariners—all with at least 25 years of experience—pull from their stores of knowledge and Old Bay seafood rub to devise custom lessons for sailors of any ability. Ken and Tony recognize that some people and all wicked witches might rather gaze at the water than be dampened by it. To cater to this landlubbing demographic, On the Beach rents out bicycles or shaded stays underneath beachside cabanas.
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