It’s said that the happiest day in a boat owner’s life is when he sells the boat or gets to use it in a Viking funeral, praise Odin. Skip the hassles of ownership with this Groupon.
$135 for an Eight-Hour Rental of a 20’ Pontoon Boat ($250 Value)
A spacious 20-foot pontoon can accommodate a group of up to eight people, with a maximum of 1,865 lbs. between both gear and people. Before customers embark on their aquatic journeys, staff members briefly teach them how to operate their rental boat. Provided maps highlight points of interest for sightseeing, fishing, or taking artistic cell-phone pictures. Upgrades are available to other available boats for an additional cost.
Belle Harbour Boat Rentals
Whether by deck, pontoon, or center console boat, Belle Harbour Boat Rentals gets people enjoying the water without the hassle of watercraft ownership. From the Belle Harbour Marina, travelers make their way along the Anclote River and inter-coastal waterways in search of sights, sun, and fish. Along the way, they find miniature islands and sandbars, perfect for picnics or building sand sculptures of feet for taunting merpeople. Fishing excursions yield bounties of seatrout, redfish, and snook or a chance to view early-morning glimpses of Anclote Key Lighthouse. Along the way, waterside eateries beckon groups for a quick bite with their burgers, seafood, and drinks before customers journey back out to share dining critiques with the manatees, dolphins, bald eagles, and osprey that inhabit the area.
What some people are buzzing about:
89% of 526 customers recommend
“Great fun! Thanks gentlemen.”
“Be prepared for a wonderful day. Take chairs to sit on the island. Take a bucket for shell-gathering and a camera!! On the return trip, look for dolphins. Most fun...”
“Be prepared for a wonderful day. Take chairs to sit on the island. Take a bucket for shell-gathering and a camera!! On the return trip, look for dolphins. Most fun ever!”
“Everything was great! Boat was clean and ready to go when we got there. Will definitely rent from them again.”