Our pontoon boats are located across 8 locations in Fort Walton Beach, Okaloosa Island, Destin, and Panama City Beach and each hold 14 people. 

We petitioned the Coast Guard and received written authorization to have 14 people on the boats.

Our boat docks are located in the Destin Harbor, Okaloosa Island, and Fort Walton Beach and are about a 10-25 minute boat ride to Crab Island depending on the dock location you are boating from.

We also have 2 locations in Panama City Beach, and our docks there are the closest to Shell Island in PCB!

The docks at our PCB location are the closest to Shell Island in Panama City Beach (~10 minute boat ride). You can actually see Shell Island across the bay from our rental location. 

We also have 6 other locations in Destin, Okaloosa Island, and Fort Walton Beach.

No, you are responsible for captaining your own boat. 

Yes. We offer damage protection for $75 which will protect your boat covering up to $3,000 in accidental damages.

Customers may cancel for any reason up to 24 hours before the start of your outing and will receive a full refund of your deposit or payment. Cancelations made within 24 hours of the start of your outing are non-refundable (with the exception of weather) and the full balance of your outing will be charged to your credit card. We understand that unforeseen circumstances come up, and will do everything we can to reschedule your outing. If we are able to rebook your outing, your original payment/deposit will be transferred to your rescheduled booking. If the location you're renting from deems the weather unfavorable for boating before the start of your outing, then they will try and reschedule your booking. If you cannot be rescheduled then you will be refunded. However, once you have left the dock and are on the water, there is no refund if it begins to rain.

Customers must be 25 years of age or older to rent a boat. 

No. We require that the person who will be driving the boat have previous boating experience in order to rent a boat. 

It depends on your age. If you were born before January 1, 1988, you will not need a Florida Boating license. If you were born on or after January 1, 1988 you are required to have either a Florida Boating License or a Florida Temporary Boating Certificate. Please click HERE to take the 25 question multiple choice test for $9.99 to complete your FL Temporary Boating Certificate.


Boat rentals are available from March 1st - October 31st.

Yes! You can call or go online to reserve your boat at any time (our calendars are always up to date). 

No, there are no restrooms aboard our boats. However, there are plenty of restaurants along the Destin Harbor and Santa Rosa Sound with public restrooms. 

No, we encourage you to bring your own cooler(s) iced-down with water, drinks and food for the day.

Yes, food, beverage, and alcohol are permitted, and we encourage you to drink responsibly. The captain must have a blood alcohol content less than 0.08% while operating the boat.

Bring great music, towels, floats, masks, snorkels, & sunscreen! All the necessities for a fun day out on the water.

Yes! All boats are equipped with a Bluetooth radio & speakers for you to connect your iPhone or Bluetooth device and enjoy music all day long! 

No, for safety reasons, seats are located on the bottom deck of our boats only. There is seating both in the sun and shade.

Yes, they are. We will provide life vests for every member of your party renting one of our boats.  We have sizes that fit infants—XL.  Children under 6 are required to wear a life vest at all times.  If you have young children, you may want to bring a swim vest they are accustom to because they like those better. 

When boating in the Destin and Fort Walton Beach area, we require our boats to stay within the Destin Harbor, Choctawhatchee Bay, or Santa Rosa Sound.  Pontoons cannot go out of the Destin pass and into the Gulf of Mexico because the pass is dangerous for pontoons.

Dolphins are very common all over Destin and the surrounding area. They are regularly spotted in the Destin Harbor, Choctawhatchee bay, near Crab Island, and in the Santa Rosa Sound.

Yes, the vessel comes with plenty of fuel for a typical day on the water. However, if for whatever reason, the rental party buys additional fuel then they would be responsible for the cost of that fuel. Note: the Dockhands work for tips. Please be generous to the dock staff if they serve you well.

Yes, they are, and they are a ton of fun! We use highly-reliable hand-powered "Turbo Pumps," which easily deliver plenty of water to the slides. Our boats must be anchored in at least chest-high water before anyone should use these slides. The deeper the water the better so you don’t hit the bottom. 

We recommend water shoes or any shoes you don’t mind getting wet.

Yes, for a $50 fee, you may bring your own fishing poles onboard the boat. Please note that we do not provide fishing poles or licenses. 

Yes, for a $50 fee, you may bring your pet (or pets) onboard the boat.

No, we do not allow tubing behind the boat under any circumstances for safety reasons. 

No they don't. We encourage you to bring your own portable charging stations.