Pontoon boats can carry up to 10 people down the Anclote River and around the Gulf of Mexico during half- and full-day rentals
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 31, 2014. Amount paid never expires.Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only for option purchased. $75 reservation deposit required upon reservation, which will be applied to $300 refundable damage deposit. 24-hour cancellation notice required, or $75 reservation deposit will be forfeited. Fuel prices not included. Valid Monday-Thursday only.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
$149 for a full-day pontoon rental for up to 10 people ($300 value)<p>
Pontoon boats, which measure 20’-24’ and hold up to 10 people, are outfitted with Bimini tops and iPod-ready stereos. They also have room for stowing coolers, fishing tackle, and beach gear.<p>
Anclote Village Marina
Boaters and fishermen floating down the Anclote River, heading west out into the Gulf of Mexico, have one stop before the great expanse of sea: Anclote Village Marina. The marina features 144 boat slips, pontoon and power-boat rentals, and a bait house with all the food that fish can't buy for themselves. The marina even has a bar and grill called Miss Vicki’s, where guests can chow down and listen to live music after a long day in the sun.
A great value, a very nice pontoon, good service. A much better experience than leaving from Dunedin because of the shallow water. Can't wait to do it again.
Susan P. ·
July 31, 2014
Great service!! Easy in and out of the channel. Ready to do it again!!
Robert L. ·
July 19, 2014
The refundable deposit takes a while to actually be refunded, (I'm still waiting) which is annoying especially if you're on vacation BUT! This place is awesome and totally worth it! Guys there are very nice, and informative, willing to answer any questions. Great boats and marina seemed nice.