Americans have always been determined to blaze new trails, whether wading through the waist-deep layer of tumbleweed covering Arizona or hacking through the petrified forest of national flags on the moon. Conquer the final frontier, the ocean, with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $55 for a 24-hour [fishing-boat](http://www.h2ocraft.com/boat-rentals/fishing-boat-rental) rental (a $110 value). XCR series fishing boats hold up to four passengers and propel with a four-stroke engine. Rental includes a trailer with towing hitch, lifevests, trolling motor, and fish finder.
- $164 for a 24-hour [patio-boat](http://www.h2ocraft.com/boat-rentals/pontoon-boat-rental) rental (a $350 value). Patio boats hold up to nine passengers and come equipped with fishing chairs, a stereo system, live well, and a gas barbecue. Rental includes a trailer with towing hitch, lifevests, and US Coast Guard–required specifications.
- $165 for a 24-hour [jet-ski](http://www.h2ocraft.com/jet-ski-rental) rental (a $350 value). Customers choose from Yamaha WaveRunners with up to 140 horsepower. Rental includes trailer with towing hitch and lifevest.
Customers also receive 20% off additional equipment rentals with each option. H2O Craft Rentals requires a $1,000 refundable security deposit for jet-skis and patio boats, and a $750 deposit for fishing boats. Boats must be launched from a dock.
H2O Craft Rentals
The experienced staffers at H2O Craft Rentals tend a fleet of fully equipped patio boats, Yamaha jet-skis, ski boats, and XCR series fishing boats. Each craft comes equipped with amenities that suit its purpose, with patio boats featuring with barbecues for grilling the day's catch and fishing boats bearing a fish finder to garner an advantage in games of Marco Polo. Customers can launch right from the marina or take advantage of the tow-and-go service and load vessels onto a trailer to ferry to a different body of water. This service enables boaters to cruise a range of area waters, whether coasting across the California Delta, Don Pedro Lake, and Lake Camanche, or plumbing the waters of Lake Tahoe for mackinaw trout and salmon.