Known as the Venice of America, Fort Lauderdale, Florida was built for the boating lifestyle. Palm tree-lined beaches, scenic canals, offshore fishing and the reefs and wrecks of the Atlantic Ocean are just a few of the reasons boaters love the Fort Lauderdale area. The next time you’re in South Florida, why not book a private Fort Lauderdale boat rental
? Here are a few ideas to cross off your boating bucket list this winter.
South Bay Deluxe Party Cruiser
If you have a large group of friends and family who want to anchor out and spend the day sunbathing, swimming and snorkeling, a pontoon boat is the way to go. This 24-foot South Bay Deluxe Party Cruiser
, now available in Fort Lauderdale, offers a spacious deck with lots of seating and storage space. It’s a very stable and easy to handle vessel with convenient and unique features such as a sink and underwater lighting. A Bimini top is always nice for shade and sun protection. The new Yamaha engine can get up and go when you want to add a little speed, and the GPS will make sure you’re going in the right direction.
This 21-foot Hurricane bowrider boat rental
will have you cruising through canals or waterskiing, fishing and sightseeing in no time. Fully equipped with a GPS chart plotter and fish and depth finders as well as a livewell, rod holders and a ski tow bar, the Hurricane is ready to take on any activity. A Bimini top, a head, a small cabin and lots of storage space make for a comfortable day on the water. Cruise past the beautiful homes and luxury yachts along the New River, navigate the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW), reel in dinner or head to Hollywood or Boca Raton for the day. The Hurricane’s 150 horsepower Yamaha four-stroke engine can handle it all.
This 45-foot Hatteras, just waiting for your private boat rental booking
, is a great choice for fishing, snorkeling and sightseeing excursions. Amenities include air conditioning, two heads, two staterooms, a galley and a full size salon. With four fighting chairs, custom-built rods, two large livewells and reels ranging from 20 to 80 pounds, this boat is built to catch the big one, or two or three. There is also a 200 gallon built-in fish box. Check out the flybridge for the best views on the water. Not into fishing? Spend the day sunbathing on the bow while the kids fish, snorkel and swim to their heart’s content.
Private Fort Lauderdale Boat Rentals are Easier than Ever!
Boat sharing makes renting a privately-owned boat easier than ever with its extensive inventory of boats of all sizes and models. Booking a boat is as simple as choosing the dates, selecting boat in the location and showing up to set sail. Licensed captains are available to take the helm for inexperienced boaters or to assist boaters who'd like to relax and enjoy the ride.
Fort Lauderdale is a wonderful place to visit and catching the town from the waterways is mandatory. With Boatsetter, spending a day out on the Fort Lauderdale waterways is easy to make happen. Going boating? Let us know where you're headed..