Perfect for a day cruising the Intracoastal Waterway, our deck boats come in a variety of sizes. They can carry between 6 and 8 passengers.
We include everything necessary to make your voyage comfortable and safe. We’ll equip you with life jackets for everyone in your party, a T-top or bimini cover for shade, an anchor, a whistle or horn, and the boat’s registration papers. If you plan to bring refreshments on your adventure, we can also provide coolers.
Florida law states that anyone born on or after Jan 1, 1988, must have a boating license. Here’s how to save by getting your boating license before you arrive at Beach Water Sports.
- In order to operate a boat or a PWC without a boating license, you must have a date of birth before January 1, 1988. If you are under the legal age and do not already have a boating license, we can administer a test. Upon passing the test, you will receive a temporary boating license (valid for one year).
- IMPORTANT: Regardless of whether you need a boating license or not, anyone operating a boat or jet ski rental must have a valid government issued photo ID with them on the vessel.
Although deck boats are similar to our pontoon boat rentals, they’re faster and more powerful. Merging the luxurious seating arrangements of a pontoon boat with the speed of a ski boat, these are the perfect choice for an enjoyable day around Stuart and Jupiter, FL.
If you’re going to be near Jupiter, FL, you definitely should check out the Jupiter Sand Bar. It’s a popular spot for locals and tourists alike to bring their boats and spend time hanging out. Try to get to the sandbar about three hours before low tide, when other boats usually start arriving.
Some visitors, on the other hand, take their deck boat rentals north to the St. Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park near Port St. Lucie and Vero Beach. If you’re looking for a quiet day in a natural setting, this place is perfect for you. Tie up at the dock and venture into the mangrove forest, where a boardwalk takes you through lush groves as it winds its way to the ocean.
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