Half-Day & Full-Day Double-Decker Pontoon Boat Rentals Fort Walton Beach
Come and explore the Emerald Coast with one of the double-decker pontoon rentals Fort Walton Beach is famous for! Make the most of our crystal-clear waters and enjoy snorkeling, swimming, fishing, and water slide fun. See different saltwater fish species, dolphins, turtles, and even manatees! Make a day of it with a picnic lunch and explore all the area has to offer. Our experienced, professional team will ensure you get aboard and are loaded up safely before you set sail.
GAS INCLUDED IN THE RENTAL PRICE
Group size - Max. 14 people (boat is listed for 12 passengers but can accommodate 14 passengers)
Our boats are excellently maintained and all are brand new 2021 & 2022 model
Exciting Add Ons
Paddleboards: Paddleboarding is a fun way to explore the water and is suitable for people of all ages and abilities.
Lily Pad: The Lily Pad is a floating foam island that allows you and the kids to rest, kick back, tan, run, play, and hang out with friends. Looking for a fun way to hang out? Book your Lily Pad today.
(PLEASE NOTE THE PRICE OF THE ADD-ONS IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE RENTAL PRICE)
The price of a Lily pad for 4 hr rental would be around $50 and for 8 hr would be $75
The price of Paddleboards for a 4-hour rental would be around $50 and for 8 hr would be $75
Solid Craft – 2021 & 2022 models
115-horsepower motor so you have sufficient power for your safety and enjoyment
A large shaded area
Plenty of room for large groups, coolers, and water toys
Comfortable wrap-around seating on the lower deck
Two sun decks
These models are very safe due to their large and stable size
2 water slides, all required Coast Guard gear, and hand turbopumps to bring water to the slide
Horn or whistle
Anchor & line
What to bring
Picnic items (no grilling please)
Water toys (Ex. snorkel & mask, football, frisbee, raft, fishnet)
The renter of the pontoon to be at least 18 years of age,
If you were born after January 1, 1988, you must have a Florida Temporary Boating Certificate.
Visit and enjoy Crab Island, the most pristine sandbar in the area.
Spend the day snorkeling through the coves of the National Seashore.
Explore picture-perfect islands and turquoise waters along the untouched Eglin Reservation.
Relax on inflatables and enjoy the waterslides in the shallow waters of the Gulf Islands National Seashore.
Spot local wildlife in areas such as Spectre Island.
Ride up to and anchor in Destin’s East Pass, “The Entryway to the Gulf of Mexico.”
Places to Visit
Crab Island - This sandbar may look like the Bahamas but it’s just a short ride from your starting point. The shallow waters make it a great place for kids to splash around. We recommend visiting at high tide when the turquoise waters are most impressive.
Choctawhatchee Bay Coastline - Take a relaxing cruise along the Choctawhatchee Bay coastline where you can find different bird species such as great blue herons, white egrets, mockingbirds, hawks, osprey, pelicans, and bald eagles. You can search the shore on a pontoon boat for pottery, arrowheads, and grinding stones made by the Indian tribes that once inhabited the area.
Choctawhatchee Bay also offers amazing inshore fishing opportunities for all levels of angler. Pontoon boat rentals are perfect to fish from because of their oversized deck area. Emerald Coast Bait & Tackle(opens in a new tab) in Fort Walton Beach and Half Hitch Tackle(opens in a new tab) in Destin are great local fishing stores. They’ve got everything you need for a fun day of fishing!
Norriego Point - Either anchor up to enjoy snorkeling in the tidal pools along this peninsula, or jump ashore and stroll along the white sandy beaches.
Gulf Islands National Seashore - This is a must-visit destination for your pontoon boat rental. This protected shoreline is teeming with local wildlife and an excellent spot for swimming.
1. Do I need to take the boater safety test?
Florida law requires the renter of the jet ski or pontoon to be at least 18 years of age and if you were born January 1, 1988, or after you must have taken and passed the Florida Boat Rental Test and obtained a Florida Temporary Boating Certificate.
2. Can I bring a pet?
Pets are allowed but we have a non-refundable $50 Pet Fee.
3. Is alcohol permitted on the boat?
Alcohol is permitted on the boat, but no bottles, and nobody who is driving the boat can drink alcohol.